The Automotive Engineering careers that drive you into the future.
MUNER – The Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna – is a campus as big as a region, that has its root in the Motor Valley: land of legends and cutting-edge technology, where the history of the two and four wheels was written.
Here is where the most famous automotive Companies in the world put their know-how and the most innovative technologies at the service of students who want to become the new professionals in the automotive field and are willing to design road and racing vehicles, more sustainable propulsion systems and the subsystems for intelligent functions and production facilities in the pursuit of Industry 4.0.
ART – Advanced Solution, AVL, Bosch, CNH, Automobili Lamborghini, Danisi Engineering, Dallara, Ducati, Ferrari, HaasF1Team, HPE COXA, Marelli, Maserati, Pagani, Pirelli, Scuderia AlphaTauri, STMicroelectronics – and the main Universities of Emilia Romagna – Bologna, Modena e Reggio Emilia, Ferrara, Parma – merged together to design the 8 Automotive Engineering Careers of the future.
MUNER – The Motorvehicle University of Emilia Romagna benefits from the Emilia-Romagna Regional Operational Programme FESR 2014/2020, the planning document that defines the strategy and operations of use of Community funds allocated to the Region by the European Regional Development Fund, in the framework of the cohesion policy, in furtherance of the economic growth and attractiveness of the regional territory.
The Emilia-Romagna Smart Specialization Strategy (S3) focus also on mechanics and engine engineering among other productive areas of the Region. Muner, as part of this specific environment, collaborates with the Region in the definition of the plans of activities for the achievement of S3 objectives. Thanks to the funds for the development of the Smart Specialization Strategy, MUNER aims at reinforcing the regional research and innovation system and facilitates the interaction between laboratories and enterprises.
Co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund