Maria do Rosário Bragança, Minister of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation - when speaking at the end of the project "Higher Education and Research in Technologies in Angola" 2020/2022, in which the master's degree in question is inserted - made it known that the second edition of the initiative, currently underway, has 21 participants.
Cited by Angop, the official also took the opportunity to point out that the three best students as well as some professors from the Faculty of Engineering and ISPTEC will benefit from scholarships at the University of Technology of Belfort, in France.
A master's degree in digital production systems engineering will be created in the next school year, she said.
On the occasion, Alice de Ceita e Almeida, dean from the Faculty of Engineering of UAN, revealed that the establishment will continue to invest in training and will continue with the initiative.
Daniel Vosgien, French ambassador to Angola, also quoted by Angop, welcomed the results of the project. He also mentioned that his country had 370 thousand euros available for the implementation of the initiative.
The students were also satisfied. This was the case of Imaculada Quinda, a student in the second edition of her master's degree and the only woman to take that course. The student took the opportunity to leave an appeal to other women: that they enroll in technical courses, writes Angop.