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Collaboration Protocols

Partnerships for the future

The implementation of Collaboration Protocols with universities and other higher education institutions entails the premise that the framework of the tuition and training provided to undergraduate students is more effective when it is consistent and structured. TITAN has enjoyed success in this area; academics and students alike speak highly of the programme and its benefits.

So far, the company has signed 10 such protocols with six departments of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Geology, Economics), two departments of the National Technical University of Athens (Chemical Engineering, Mining & Metallurgical Engineering), the Faculty of Business Administration of the University of the Aegean, and the American College of Greece – Deree College. Through their internship, young participants can acquire further knowledge, practical skills and work experience.

The double supervision of the programme, both by TITAN and by the educational institutions, greatly enhances its potential. The Collaboration Protocols pertain to the employment –for a term of 1 to 3 months– of students from specific faculties of the educational establishments in posts related to their field of studies at TITAN's facilities.

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