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Support for technical culture

IMA supports the development of a culture in packaging, automation and advanced mechanics and promotes the exchange of ideas and know-how through collaboration with high schools and universities.

Since 2018, an agreement with the University of Bologna has been in place with a view to supporting the teaching costs for:

Three cycles of the three-year degree course in “Industrial product design” at the University of Bologna.

The course aims to train designers who can combine the knowledge required for the development of the project with the ability to imagine how the product could be engineered, developed and produced within the company;

Four cycles of the Master’s Degree Course in “Advanced Design” at the University of Bologna.

The training is organized together with companies, entities, associations and local organizations. The territory, taken as the social and economic environment in which IMA operates, is a strategic element for its business. IMA protects the well-being of the community in which it operates, with the aim of generating a positive impact and creating shared economic and social value. It promotes and supports projects and programmes with social, educational and cultural purposes, in the technical and other fields, in Italy and all over the world.

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