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Materials and Product Innovation Engineering

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS) 

Brescia

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian Verification of curricular and personal training requirements, as specified by the Teaching Regulation of the study programme.

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

LM-33 - Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Fabio Bignotti Study Programme Sheet
WHY STUDY MATERIALS AND PRODUCT INNOVATION ENGINEERING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRESCIA?
  • Because the success of a project essentially depends on the materials and techniques used for realising it.

  • In this Master’s Degree Programme, students acquire the knowledge they need for realising more and more performing components, to favour innovation and the sustainable development of industrial production.

  • Graduates from this Master’s Degree Programme meet the labour market demand for mechanical engineers with knowledge of materials and product engineering technologies. The Study Programme in Materials and Product Innovation Engineering provides students with and education that keeps up with technological innovation and ensures optimal employment and career opportunities.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Materials and Product Innovation Engineer is a key professional figure for companies, which always need to innovate, design and realise components for the most advanced applications, so as to become leaders in the market.

The professional outlets for this Study Programme are: design and engineering, production, processing and control of engineering materials, for the manufacturing of daily goods as well as industrial products and optimisation of related production technologies.

Graduates from the Master's Degree Programme in Materials and Product Innovation Engineering can work in different sectors, from companies operating in the production, transformation and processing of both traditional and innovative materials, up to advanced component engineering laboratories. Further opportunities are industrial Research & Development labs and public and private research centres.

FURTHER STUDY

Second Level Master's Courses and PhD Programmes