The Master in engineering competition, given by Monlau Repsol Technical School at its facilities in Montcada i Reixac (Barcelona), completed its fourth anniversary. The center run by Emilio Alzamora made a strong bid in 2010, with the introduction in its kind in Europe offering a master teacher, specialist in car and motorcycle engineering. The studies were well received from the start and after the last few years, have become a real leader in Spain for those who want to do engineering competition.
This year has held the 4th edition of the course and graduation was held. The event was chaired by Iban Ventura, CEO of Monlau Group; Beatriz Tobio , Head of Sponsorship at Repsol, Santiago Maroto, engineer of Repsol Technology Center and Jaime Serrano, managing director of Monlau Repsol Technical School . The ceremony has started with a short speech from each, which have recognized the effort and dedication of students about to graduate.
Then a video summary of the course, in which students have been working in class and making their practices, has enlivened the course of the event and has the emotional point to the session. Then, after being appointed one by one, the members of the Master in engineering competition collected their well deserved diplomas hand Santiago Maroto. Along with twenty students and their families, also attended , giving full support, both teachers in the area of motorcycles as cars.
Then, Beatriz Tobio proceeded with the delivery of known scholarships Repsol that have been awarded to the top four students of the promotion: 1st-Jose Serrano Pérez , 2nd-Marc Batlle López , 3rd-Bernat Garrido Guardiola and 4th-Pablo Andrino Melchor.
In conclusion, graduates have been exposed to all present draft final master, both auto and motorcycle, they have been doing in recent months. With the support of Repsol, have made a 1:2 scale model of the best project of the respective car and motorbike.
Jaime Serrano : “It’s very important to recognize the work they have carried out our students during the master and we are here today. And thanks to Repsol, the students were able to reflect the final project in a model instead of a plane, with the added value that this brings. We are very pleased to be able to graduate to 4th promoting Masters in engineering competition and hope to continue to do so for many more years.”