The University of Bologna is offering a unique opportunity for all young people wanting to gain ground in the various fields of integrated mobility and to develop a multidisciplinary scientific approach in the transport sector.

Enrolments are reopening for the Higher Education School of Engineering Integrated Mobility, Infrastructure, Signalling, ICT, Big Data and Project Management Systems at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, organised in collaboration with FS Italiane and other companies in the sector.

The course includes a four-week full immersion from 17 January to 11 February 2022, divided into 34 modules over 130 hours of lessons and workshops.

35 places are available, with participants being offered the opportunity to develop degree theses and internships with the partner companies of the initiative.

The multidisciplinary course in the field of integrated transport and mobility combines highly-innovative teachings such as Information Communications Technology (ICT) and Big Data with specialised subjects (signalling, railway infrastructure and project management). The aim is to provide participants with knowledge and skills that can be applied to companies, research centres and administrations operating in the transport sector.

Enrolment is open to all undergraduates and new graduates in Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Engineering in Telecommunications, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanics, Automation, Information Technology, Civil (with a Transport major), Safety and Management, hailing from all Italian universities and recognised foreign institutes who submit an application by 19 November 2021.

For the FS Group, training represents a fundamental and necessary value in developing an innovative and sustainable mobility system.