TITUS Research has signed a cooperation agreement with the University of Szczecin at the end of June. From now on, this will give students at the university the opportunity to underpin their studies with practical experience from research and development work at TITUS Research and to acquire know-how in the field of autonomous vehicle systems.
As part of the Erasmus+ programme, students of mechanical engineering and mechatronics at the University of Szczecin can complete an internship at TITUS Research lasting several months or write their thesis on an individual topic.
In addition, TITUS employees also have the opportunity to pass on their knowledge of autonomous vehicle systems to students as lecturers in courses at the University of Szczecin.
About the ERASMUS+ programme
The ERASMUS+ programme is aimed at students who are enrolled for full-time studies at a university and who are pursuing an academic degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate). Students can enrol in the scholarship programme, which is co-financed by EU funds, and usually study abroad for one or two semesters and complete internships in European companies or institutions.