MASTER PROGRAM IN INNOVATION MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE ENGINEERING: APPLY BY 13 NOVEMBER 2017, A WIDE VARIETY OF SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE TO NEW STUDENTS
The 2017 Master Program in Innovation Management and Service Engineering (MAINS) at Sant’Anna School marks 26 years since its inception in 1991. The Master Program in Innovation Management and Service Engineering has long been associated with the highest levels of quality in the Italian higher education system providing students with interdisciplinary teaching and cooperative learning. To be considered for scholarships, the admissions office must receive applications and all supporting documents by 13 November 2017.
This second level master’s course is partially taught in English by highly qualified academic staff. Participants benefit from the exchange with professionals and managers as well as from a strong network of partners in research and digital industry.
“The MAINS Program has been designed to offer a range of technical skills and specialized knowledge in digital technologies which are taking towards a complete value chain transformation and Industry 4.0 revolution. The biggest challenge of industrial companies is the digital qualifications of the employees to integrate processes efficiency and quality management across the entire organization. The challenge of Master MAINS’ students is to evaluate how technological developments in modern industry influence the future service market”, said Professor Roberto Barontini, as Program Director.
The Master Program is split in 15 Modules, over a period of 12 months. The modules (January – July 2018) are followed by a 4-month internship. Three months after graduation, 90% of MAINS master’s students entered the work sector. The top partners and employers for this master’s degree recipients are Amadeus, Ansaldo Energia, Cabel, Gruppo Piaggio IBM, Illogic, Intesa Sanpaolo, Leroy Merlin, Spindox, Telespazio and TIM; technology companies, financial services, consulting, engineering and energy are the industries participating in on-campus recruiting.
Tuition and fees for the MAINS Program are 8,000 euro. There are a wide variety of scholarships available. The INPS institution offers 6 scholarships as well as the Regione Toscana will provide additional learning opportunities offering merit-based education vouchers. Applicants and scholarship recipients are notified of results in November.
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