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Atitech funds Aviation Industry Master at La Sapienza


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Atitech funds Aviation Industry Master at La Sapienza

Atitech is funding scholarships for the Level II Master’s Degree “Aviation Industry Management and
Operations” sponsored by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Sapienza University
of Rome. Atitech, as a full partner, will also be part of the Master’s Technical Executive Committee with
the task of selecting candidates to participate in the course.

“It is an honor to partner with Sapienza in this educational path and thus be able to offer talented young
people training opportunities in line with the needs of a technologically advanced sector such as
aeronautics,” – says Gianni Lettieri, president and CEO of Atitech.
“We invest in the dialogue between the production system and the academic world because we believe in the value
that young people can express in order to win the challenges of innovation and guarantee Italy new records
in STEM disciplines.”

The master’s program, which was presented today at the Cloister Room of the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering at La
Sapienza, will feature a number of leading professionals and experts in the aviation industry.
The goal of the course, which will start in February 2024 and run for 12 months, is to provide participants
participants with the tools they need to improve their technical and managerial skills, gain
a systemic understanding of the aviation industry, delve into the latest technological advances, including
“Business Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence,” and respond to the post-pandemic challenges that have had
a major impact on the industry.

The collaboration with Sapienza University adds to Atitech’s existing collaborations with Neapolitan universities,
Federico II and Parthenope.