Second-level Master’s in Energy Innovation - 5th edition

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

We are looking for curious people, open to the new and with a passion for technology to build together the future of energy. Your journey to discover the world of energy starts at the University.

 

We offer a twelve-month training course and transversal technological frontier topics. You will be able to deepen the fundamental technical aspects of the energy sector both from conventional sources and from the new renewable energy sources, the real key to success to face the future challenges in our sector together with green chemistry, biomass valorization, smart materials. You will also address the topics of big data and digitalization in support of energy. Through the Master you will also develop the so-called "soft skills", necessary to operate in a challenging and constantly evolving context.

 

In partnership with the Politecnico di Milano, over the years the Master’s has trained young professionals in the energy sector, to equip them with skills that can be applied in business reality.   Within 6 months of graduation, subject to successful completion of pre-employment verifications, Eni will make a proposal to participants who finish the Master's degree with a weighted academic average of 27/30 or higher for permanent employment in the company, in line with the specialization achieved.

How to apply for the Master in Energy Innovation

Who it is aimed at

The Master is aimed at young graduates who meet the following requirements:

 

  • By 22 January 2024, to have obtained a master's degree with a mark of 100/110 or higher (or equivalent overseas qualification) in: 

    • Physics 
    • Aerospatial and astronautic engineering 
    • Chemical engineering 
    • Automation Engineering 
    • Electrical engineering 
    • Energy and nuclear engineering 
    • Mechanical engineering 
    • Environmental engineering 
    • Mathematical modelling for engineering 
    • Material engineering 
    • Chemistry 
    • Industrial chemistry

  • To not have reached the age of 28 on 31/12/2023.

     

  • To have an excellent knowledge of the English language, which will be verified by Eni in accordance with its selection standards; for overseas candidates, a good knowledge of Italian will be considered an advantage. 

     

To find out more about the requirements, please see the Rector’s Decree (call for applications), which can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

 

The structure of the Master’s

The training programme takes a learning-by-doing  approach and includes a period of classroom based lessons at the Politecnico di Milano, and an internship with Eni and its Companies. The lessons are held by university and company lecturers and are integrated with case studies, seminars by Eni managers and experts.

The course carries a total of 60 ECTS credits. The table below shows the programme's teaching schedule and details.

 

  • Energy scenarios, sustainability and climate change
  • Energy economics and regulations
  • Innovation and project management
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Communication skills
  • Fundamentals of Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Fundamentals of Power Plants
  • Experimental tools
  • Overview
  • Exploration
  • Reservoir / Drilling & Completion
  • Facilities & Development
  • Production & Maintenance / Logistics
  • Natural gas technologies (treatment and transportation)
  • LNG, Gas Advocacy
  • Refinery processes & green refinery
  • Innovative products (Fuel-lubricants & Bio-fuel)
  • Petrochemical processes & Polymer Science
  • Green Chemistry
  • Team working and diversity
  • Ethycs in innovation
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Potential and perspectives of RES
  • Electric grids with large penetration of RES
  • Solar: thermal, CSP, PV, frontier technologies
  • Wind, Geothermal, Hydro, Biomass
  • Energy Storage
  • Fuel cells, Hydrogen, Hybrid systems
  • Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Fusion
  • Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage
  • Overview (R&D technology scenario)
  • Intellectual property
  • Metrics of emerging energy technologies (LCA, TRL, etc.)
  • Circular economy and bioeconomy
  • Energy and ecological transition
  • Big data
  • Innovative technologies for HSE & Bioremediation

Preparation and presentation of final Thesis

Scholarships

Selected students will receive a monthly scholarship for the entire duration of the Master’s (12 months) of €1,500 gross per month.

Eni will pay the Master’s enrolment fee for each student directly to the Politecnico di Milano. 

Completing the course

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

Who it is aimed at

The Master is aimed at young graduates who meet the following requirements:

 

  • By 22 January 2024, to have obtained a master's degree with a mark of 100/110 or higher (or equivalent overseas qualification) in: 

    • Physics 
    • Aerospatial and astronautic engineering 
    • Chemical engineering 
    • Automation Engineering 
    • Electrical engineering 
    • Energy and nuclear engineering 
    • Mechanical engineering 
    • Environmental engineering 
    • Mathematical modelling for engineering 
    • Material engineering 
    • Chemistry 
    • Industrial chemistry

  • To not have reached the age of 28 on 31/12/2023.

     

  • To have an excellent knowledge of the English language, which will be verified by Eni in accordance with its selection standards; for overseas candidates, a good knowledge of Italian will be considered an advantage. 

     

To find out more about the requirements, please see the Rector’s Decree (call for applications), which can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

 

The structure of the Master’s

The training programme takes a learning-by-doing  approach and includes a period of classroom based lessons at the Politecnico di Milano, and an internship with Eni and its Companies. The lessons are held by university and company lecturers and are integrated with case studies, seminars by Eni managers and experts.

The course carries a total of 60 ECTS credits. The table below shows the programme's teaching schedule and details.

 

  • Energy scenarios, sustainability and climate change
  • Energy economics and regulations
  • Innovation and project management
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Communication skills
  • Fundamentals of Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Fundamentals of Power Plants
  • Experimental tools
  • Overview
  • Exploration
  • Reservoir / Drilling & Completion
  • Facilities & Development
  • Production & Maintenance / Logistics
  • Natural gas technologies (treatment and transportation)
  • LNG, Gas Advocacy
  • Refinery processes & green refinery
  • Innovative products (Fuel-lubricants & Bio-fuel)
  • Petrochemical processes & Polymer Science
  • Green Chemistry
  • Team working and diversity
  • Ethycs in innovation
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Potential and perspectives of RES
  • Electric grids with large penetration of RES
  • Solar: thermal, CSP, PV, frontier technologies
  • Wind, Geothermal, Hydro, Biomass
  • Energy Storage
  • Fuel cells, Hydrogen, Hybrid systems
  • Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Fusion
  • Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage
  • Overview (R&D technology scenario)
  • Intellectual property
  • Metrics of emerging energy technologies (LCA, TRL, etc.)
  • Circular economy and bioeconomy
  • Energy and ecological transition
  • Big data
  • Innovative technologies for HSE & Bioremediation

Preparation and presentation of final Thesis

Scholarships

Selected students will receive a monthly scholarship for the entire duration of the Master’s (12 months) of €1,500 gross per month.

Eni will pay the Master’s enrolment fee for each student directly to the Politecnico di Milano. 

Completing the course

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

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