2nd level Specializing Master's Programme in
Electrified and Connected Vehicle (2018-2019)
Partner company and Hiring opportunity - comau s.p.a
Who we are
Comau is a leading company in the industrial automation field, at a global level. Combining innovative engineering solutions with easy-touse, open automation and enabling technologies, Comau helps companies of all sizes - and across a wide range of industrial segments - leverage the full potential of digital manufacturing. Comau’s competency stems from over 45 years of field proven-experience and a strong presence within every major industrial country.  
What we do
Comau develops Industry 4.0-enabled systems, products and services. The full portfolio includes: joining, assembly and machining solutions for traditional and electric vehicles, robotized  manufacturing systems, a complete family of robots (including collaborative and wearable robotics) with extensive range and payload configurations, autonomous logistics, and asset optimization services with real-time monitoring and control capabilities. The offering also extends to project management and consultancy, IoT services, and maintenance and training for a wide range of industrial segments. Its solutions support vehicle manufacturing, heavy industry, railway, renewable energy, and a wide variety of general industries.  
The aim of the Master is to introduce within Comau, to train and develop young talented engineers with a top level preparation, willing to learn the E-mobility technologies of the future and grow as Subject Matter Experts in management of manufacturing engineering projects for the hybrid / electric vehicle and the connected vehicle production.
The candidates will start to work in our Engineering Department, focused on the design of automated manufacturing systems.
Hiring Opportunity
Comau will offer the selected candidates  work experience, appointing them at the beginning of the Master’s course (May 2019) through a HIGH APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT (ex Art. 45 – D. Lgs 81/2015).
Duration: 24 months