Vale Institute of Technology and UFOP open subscriptions for professional master’s 2nd class on october 7
Those interested in participating in the second class of the Professional Master’s Degree in Instrumentation, Control and Automation of Mining Processes of Vale Institute of Technology (ITV) and Federal University of Ouro Preto (UFOP) may register until November 14th. The registration has been extended by a week.
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The course will take place in Ouro Preto (MG) and 21 vacancies will be offered, ten reserved for Vale’s employees and subsidiaries and ten for the general public and one for technical and administrative UFOP staff. The Master’s degree will have the following lines of research: Instrumentation in Mineral Processing; Analysis and Design of Advanced Control Systems; Information Technology, Communication, and Industrial Automation; Robotics Applied to Mining. Classes will start in March 2017.
ITV’s Master’s Degree is aimed at training specialist professionals and aims to supply engineers with knowledge of the latest instrumental, electrical and electronic technologies used in operations of mining and mineral processing, graduated in Engineering or Computer Science. It is recognized by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes) from the Ministry of Education and takes two years.
In order to apply for a position, employees must obtain the approval of their manager and must meet the criteria described in the HR – Post-Graduation (NFN-0012E) standard. Inquire to your BP or Manager.
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For more information call (31) 3552-7352.
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