- Around 20 professionals put their knowledge at the service of formal university education throughout the academic year
- This action is part of the company's commitment to society and SDG 4 "Quality education"
- The Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering of the UHU and the UNIA and the Master's Degree in Environmental Technology have Cepsa technicians among their teaching staff
- Education with classes at the La Rábida Energy Park facilities are part of these collaborations
The master's degree in Chemical Engineering of the University of Huelva and the UNIA has a large group of professors from Cepsa, including the director of the La Rábida Energy Park, Jorge Acitores, and the head of quality and continuous improvement, Rebeca García.
For the University's master's degree in chemical engineering, Cepsa professionals will give 18 classes on subjects such as "fluid dynamic simulation," "integrated management and sustainability of chemical processes" and "R&D&I management in chemical engineering."
Cepsa is also present in the master's degree in environmental technology, with the participation of Francisco Serrano, an engineer from the Energy Park's environmental protection unit. The students of this master's degree take one of their classes in person at Cepsa's own facilities in La Rábida.
For Rebeca García, who this week welcomed the students of the Chemical Engineering Master's program at the La Rábida Energy Park: