Tecnologie per l'esplorazione

Geoscience for Energy Eni Master School - GEMS

The Master's that helps you become an exploration professional: gain high-level skills in a programme guided by a global industry leader.

The Covid-19 health emergency opened the way for change and evolution of the ways in which we all work, train ourselves and live our daily lives.

In Eni we are also working to apply some new logics - like the enhancement of digital and greater accessibility to content - to our training courses to ensure a better effectiveness compared to the new normality we all must face with. For this reason we decided to temporarily suspend the Geoscience for Energy Eni Master School – GEMS and to work on new stimulus that we believe should be an integral part of a contemporary high education path.

We’ll publish on this page all the following updates soon. 



The objective of the Master’s in Geoscience for Energy Eni Master School (GEMS) is to develop professionals in exploration, equipping them with transversal skills, as well as a cutting-edge vision of the energy sector, supported by in-depth knowledge of digital tools and expertise in sustainable and low-carbon energy models.

Classes are taught by both university and Eni experts: an interdisciplinary teaching staff with a strong focus on the practical application of knowledge. 

Training at the pace of the energy transition

The energy sector is undergoing a major transition that’s moving ever-closer towards alternative forms of energy and new business models. Within this context, we’ve become a leader in the exploration sector, where the sustainability of our operations and the use of natural gas are increasingly strategic factors.


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

The Master is taught entirely in English and lasts 11 months.

Stay up-to-date: calls for applications for the next edition will be published on this page.