MAN Diesel in close cooperation with engineer school

For the first time, a private company takes part in the training of Danish engineering students. In a recently signed agreement with the Copenhagen Engineer School (KME), MAN Diesel & Turbo offers specialists as external lecturers.

In future, specialists from MAN Diesel & Turbo will be in charge of parts of the training of the students at KME, the company announces in a Wednesday press release.

“KME will still be responsible for the training and it will be programmed in cooperation with KME lecturers. Nevertheless, it is a new approach for a company to take part in the training of engineering students which is the case in a recently signed agreement between MAN Diesel & Turbo and KME”, the press release says.

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