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Motivation and professional development are two key elements to promote competitiveness and to ensure continuous innovation. For this reason, working for Avio means contributing to humanity’s progress, leaving a mark in the technological development of space launchers.

The Avio Group offers a competitive, international, innovative environment.

If you are looking for such a dynamic environment in which people can test themselves and answer new challenges, the Avio Group offers you the opportunity to build your future.



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AVIO and universities


Avio is in partnerships with international research institutes and prestigious universities, including the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, the Polytechnic of Milan, the University of Padua and the group of European universities and companies in the ASTRI aerospace.


The Avio Group has promoted initiatives aimed at incubating technical skills in the space sector, stimulating the development of innovative technologies and creating awareness of the opportunities created by space access systems.


Among the main initiatives promoted by Avio with leading universities:

  • The sponsorship of the master degree in Space Transport Systems organized by the University of Rome “La Sapienza”;
  • Study grant for doctorates and masters in technical disciplines;
  • Partnerships with Italian and foreign universities for the provision of internships and curricular traineeships for dissertations on technical subjects;
  • Educational visits for the students of technical university courses.

Moreover, Avio is partner of the following Universities and departments on specific projects:

La Sapienza - Facoltà di Ingegnaria Civile e Industriale
La Sapienza - Dipartimento di Medicina Molecolare
Politecnico di Milano - School of Management

The Avio Group also supports the technical and operational collaboration with the main European Space Agencies, in particular the Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), the Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES) and the European Space Agency (ESA).