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Career perspectives

The Naval Engineering graduate

Who is he?

The Naval Engineer is the one who is responsible for the production, management and organization of technical and commercial activities related to the ship and maritime transport, both in manufacturing and service enterprises.

What does he do?

Thanks to his basic scientific, mathematical, physics and chemistry culture, he manages and coordinates working groups, assuming roles of technical-organizational responsibility and problem solving, in the fields of naval architecture, construction and ship installations.

Where does he/she work?

The work of the Naval Engineer is able to apply to a variety of areas of interest, including Shipbuilding and Repair Yards, Vessels and Marine Equipment, Marine Resource Exploitation Industries, Shipping Companies, Classification Institutes and Surveillance Bodies, Navy Technical Corps, and
Professional Design and Surveyors.