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Galileo Galilei Technical Industrial Secondary School
Galileo Galilei Technical Industrial Secondary School is the oldest technical high school in Rome. It was founded in 1919, then offering three different specializing courses: Electrotechnics, Mechanics and Construction. The school immediately acquired a prestigious reputation, which is still true to this day.
Six morning courses are currently active: Electrotechnics, Automation, Telecommunications, Mechanics and Mechatronics, Aircraft Construction and an Applied Sciences Lyceum. Evening classes for working adult students are offered in the field of Electronics and Telecommunications and Mechanics and Mechatronics. All classes study English as a foreign language. The school is equipped with numerous laboratories, among which the most important are the Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Domotics Laboratory, the Robotics Laboratory and two CAD laboratories. Every classroom is furnished with a computer, interactive whiteboard and internet connection.
Why study with us?
Here are Ten reasons why you should choose to study or collaborate with us:
1) Technical Industrial Secondary School (32 hours/week from year 1 to year 5) including
a) an initial, preparatory common two-year course (years 1 and 2) including one second year preparatory subject
for subsequent specialisation courses (years 3, 4 and 5 )