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Italian Erasmus student, Marco Eulogi, joins the EMS team

1 April 2018

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Bethan Stones

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EMS is pleased to welcome Erasmus intern Marco Eulogi as the newest edition to the team. Marco started working with us in February, joining the innovation team with the aim to learn as much as he during his time at EMS.

After completing his bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Marco decided to further his education in the field through doing a postgraduate degree in the same subject. Marco was particularly keen to study a postgraduate degree because it was taught in English, allowing him to prepare himself for a potential future career in England.

Both excited and curious about moving to Sheffield for work, Marco was interested to find out whether working relations would be different and more formal in comparison to those in Italy. Currently he is learning about 3 different innovation projects at EMS, becoming familiar with them, their data and structure before he begins to help out with some more hands-on work out on-site.

Marco is enjoying his time in Sheffield and has said,

‘I am really enjoying my time at EMS. It is fascinating to learn about the evolving innovation projects and I am thoroughly enjoying meeting different people and feeling part of a closely-knit team.’

We are delighted to have Marco on board and wish him all the best in his internship.

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