Registrations are underway for the Level II University Specialisation Course promoted by the Sapienza University of Rome in collaboration with the main railway sector companies

The Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group continues to invest in young engineers who are passionate about transport and railway circulation, supporting the XVII Edition of the Level II University Specialisation Course on Infrastructure and Railway Systems Engineering.

The specialisation course offers training focused on multidisciplinary scientific improvements in the field of rail transport and mobility overall, to enable participants to acquire knowledge to be applied to future employment in companies in the railway, engineering companies, research centres and transport sectors.

The course, taught by University professors and the managers of partner companies, is divided into 12 teaching modules and 480 hours comprised of seminars, project work and visits to construction sites and plants. The lessons are start to start on 23 February 2021 and shall include a 250-hour internship with the companies involved and the creation and final presentation of a project developed by the students taking part.

The course is aimed at young Level II graduates in Engineering (in the classes listed in the Call), preferably the electrical, electronic, IT, mechanics, security or transportation fields. The candidates to place in the top 35 of the final ranking will be admitted to the Specialisation Course.