Ferrari supplies study grants for engineering graduates with a talent for developing technical solutions for the future.
Ferrari will provide study grants for young engineering graduates to engage in specific research aimed at transferring innovative technical solutions to the road-going Ferraris of the future.
Five graduates will be selected from the most prestigious Italian and international third level institutes. They will receive study grants and the possibility to carry out some work experience at Ferrari’s Innovation Department, within the Ferrari Technical Division.
Some of the universities which will take part in this project are: TongJi University Shanghai, Tsinghua University Beijing, McGill University Montreal, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Melbourne, and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
To implement this project, Ferrari has come to an agreement with MIP, the Engineering Management School at Milan’s Politecnico.
The Ferrari programme is aimed at high potential young graduates in:
- Mechanical or Electronic Engineering with a Man-Machine Interface specialisation
- Mechanical or Electronic Engineering with a Complex Automotive Systems Development specialisation (e.g. vehicle suspension systems/ electrical systems)
- Mechanical or Electronic Engineering with a Nanotechnologies specialisation plus a good knowledge of sensor science (mechanical or bio-medical)
- Aeronautical Engineering with a Control Systems specialisation
- Materials Engineering with a specialisation in the area of innovative materials applied to cars and aircraft
The "Innovation Team" project will start by the end of June. Completed applications must be received by 10 June 2005.Published 14 May 2005