Galleria di Brera, Milano, Italia

Master's in Energy Innovation (Level 2)

In partnership with the Politecnico di Milano, this Master's course is for students who wish to gain expertise in new sources of energy.

The Covid-19 emergency has created space for change and evolution in the way we all work, train and live our daily lives.

For the 2020-2021 academic year, we decided to suspend the Master in Energy Innovation and we will resume this initiative when it will again be possible to offer participants an integrated and complete training experience. 

In this period we will be working together with the Politecnico di Milano on new stimulating challenges that we believe should be an integral part of a path of contemporary higher education.


The Master's in Energy Innovation offers a training program based on a broad and thorough knowledge of cutting-edge technological issues. The Master allows to explore in depth the essential technical aspects of the Energy sector, as well as new sources of energy, and its  future challenges. These include  renewable energy, green chemistry, biomass exploitation, smart materials, big data and digitalization. The Master’s also aims to develop your management skills – the so-called “soft skills” required to operate in a challenging and constantly evolving environment. 

From theory to practice: why do an Eni Master’s?

This Master’s has been designed to develop technical and managerial skills in future people and to share detailed knowledge tailored to the energy sector. As a result of completing this programme, you’ll be able to apply your expertise throughout operating companies.


The structure of the Master’s

The study programme takes a "learning by doing" approach and includes a period of classroom lectures at the Politecnico di Milano and a project work at Eni's operational offices. The lessons are taught by university and company lecturers and include case studies and seminars by Eni managers and experts. 

Who is it for?

The Master’s is aimed at Level 2 young graduates in scientific discipline areas like Engineering, Chemistry and Physics and with a very good knowledge of English language.

Completing the course

On successful completion of the course, participants receive a Level 2 Master’s Degree in Energy Innovation by the Politecnico di Milano.



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