Iranian engineers turn manager

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One hundred engineers from the National Petrochemical Company of Iran are to be trained in European project management following an agreement between NPC and Grenoble Graduate School of Business.

The job consists of training 100 NPC engineers over a two year period in industrial project management. In order to fulfil the training requirements, the French school has formed an alliance with the Isfahan University of Technology, which will provide classrooms and will also be in charge of some of the courses. Some 14 professors from Grenoble will be involved in the project.

Students who complete the programme in the construction and management of petrochemical plants will graduate with a Masters of Science in Construction Management.

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