Scuola Mattei & Medea Master

Your future in energy and the environment

Founded in 1957, the Scuola Mattei launched the first example of post-graduate education in Italy, over the years becoming a benchmark for energy sector professionals.

As has been the case since the course began, we are looking for young men and women with a passion for energy and the environment and the desire to build their own future. We offer a 10-month study programme in a cutting-edge international environment in which students can acquire the very latest knowledge from university professors, managers and experts from Eni, while meeting fellow students from all over the world. An adventure and an investment – in yourself and in a team.

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Admission requirements

Italian candidates must:  

  • hold an Italian degree with a final grade of not less than 105/110 (or 95/100), obtained in the faculties of Economics or Engineering, or an equivalent academic qualification from a foreign institution

  • be less than 28 years old on 31 December of the year in which the Master's course begins

  • have an excellent knowledge of the English language

Applications are accepted from Italian candidates who are expected to graduate in the July preceding the course start. 

 

Non-Italian candidates must: 

  • hold a university degree from a recognised university in the fields of economics, engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, geology, statistics, law, political science or international relations.

  • be less than 32 years old on 31 December of the year in which the Master's course begins

  • have an excellent knowledge of the English language

Scholarships

Every year, Eni offers a number of scholarships that fully cover the cost of the MEDEA Master's (worth €25,000), which includes educational materials, the use of company canteens and a monthly scholarship of 1500 euros gross for admitted students. Participants will be selected based on university qualifications and other professional qualifications and experience. Academic or professional experience in the energy sector will be given appropriate consideration. Individuals selected independently by the Eni's foreign companies can also enroll on the courses.

The Master's

The MEDEA Master's is aimed at graduates with degrees in technical-scientific and economic subjects, both from Italy and abroad, as well as those who already work in the energy and environment sector and wish to gain a more in-depth understanding in these areas. The curriculum is specifically focused on the themes of energy and the environment and takes an international and interdisciplinary approach. The academic staff consists of an internal team and a number of professors from leading Italian and foreign universities, along with successful managers and experts from Eni. The teaching includes lectures, flipped classrooms and blended training, case studies, learning by doing, project work, seminars and conferences and guided visits to industrial facilities of particular interest.

The Master is characterised by a transversal placement. The professional role could be related to all areas of the energy and environmental sector: administration, finance and control, strategy and international relations, contracting, trading, risk analysis and management, energy transition and decarbonisation and, for students with a more technical-scientific background, also engineering, product technology, refining, power generation, safety and environmental protection.

Global Energy & Managing Technical Assets

  • Financial Accounting
  • Natural Resources and Renewable Energy
    • Applied Econometrics
    • Quantitative Methods For Management
    • Economics
    • Basic Economics
    • System Dynamics Modelling for the energy transition
    • Data Analysis

Workshops:

  • History and Economics
    LEGO Serious Play
  • Behavioral Economics and Green Nudges
  • Energy Economics
  • Energy Transition and Climate Change Economics
  • Field Development Strategy and Carbon Management
    • Corporate Finance and ESG Investments
    • Basic Corporate Finance and ESG Investments

Workshops:

  • Project Management
  • Coding
  • Geopolitics of Energy and Environment
  • Renewables and Economics of Electricity
  • Strategic Management
    • Industry 4.0 and Logistics Planning and Control
    • Environmental Assessment Safety and Environmental Protection

Workshops:

  • Sustainable Development
  • Energy Contracts and Trading
  • Circular Economy

Documenti di approfondimento

Admission requirements

Italian candidates must:  

  • hold an Italian degree with a final grade of not less than 105/110 (or 95/100), obtained in the faculties of Economics or Engineering, or an equivalent academic qualification from a foreign institution

  • be less than 28 years old on 31 December of the year in which the Master's course begins

  • have an excellent knowledge of the English language

Applications are accepted from Italian candidates who are expected to graduate in the July preceding the course start. 

 

Non-Italian candidates must: 

  • hold a university degree from a recognised university in the fields of economics, engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, geology, statistics, law, political science or international relations.

  • be less than 32 years old on 31 December of the year in which the Master's course begins

  • have an excellent knowledge of the English language

Scholarships

Every year, Eni offers a number of scholarships that fully cover the cost of the MEDEA Master's (worth €25,000), which includes educational materials, the use of company canteens and a monthly scholarship of 1500 euros gross for admitted students. Participants will be selected based on university qualifications and other professional qualifications and experience. Academic or professional experience in the energy sector will be given appropriate consideration. Individuals selected independently by the Eni's foreign companies can also enroll on the courses.

The Master's

The MEDEA Master's is aimed at graduates with degrees in technical-scientific and economic subjects, both from Italy and abroad, as well as those who already work in the energy and environment sector and wish to gain a more in-depth understanding in these areas. The curriculum is specifically focused on the themes of energy and the environment and takes an international and interdisciplinary approach. The academic staff consists of an internal team and a number of professors from leading Italian and foreign universities, along with successful managers and experts from Eni. The teaching includes lectures, flipped classrooms and blended training, case studies, learning by doing, project work, seminars and conferences and guided visits to industrial facilities of particular interest.

The Master is characterised by a transversal placement. The professional role could be related to all areas of the energy and environmental sector: administration, finance and control, strategy and international relations, contracting, trading, risk analysis and management, energy transition and decarbonisation and, for students with a more technical-scientific background, also engineering, product technology, refining, power generation, safety and environmental protection.

Global Energy & Managing Technical Assets

  • Financial Accounting
  • Natural Resources and Renewable Energy
    • Applied Econometrics
    • Quantitative Methods For Management
    • Economics
    • Basic Economics
    • System Dynamics Modelling for the energy transition
    • Data Analysis

Workshops:

  • History and Economics
    LEGO Serious Play
  • Behavioral Economics and Green Nudges
  • Energy Economics
  • Energy Transition and Climate Change Economics
  • Field Development Strategy and Carbon Management
    • Corporate Finance and ESG Investments
    • Basic Corporate Finance and ESG Investments

Workshops:

  • Project Management
  • Coding
  • Geopolitics of Energy and Environment
  • Renewables and Economics of Electricity
  • Strategic Management
    • Industry 4.0 and Logistics Planning and Control
    • Environmental Assessment Safety and Environmental Protection

Workshops:

  • Sustainable Development
  • Energy Contracts and Trading
  • Circular Economy

Documenti di approfondimento

Practical information

Since the 2020-2021 academic year, the Master's programme has been organised in collaboration with the University of Pavia, to offer students a legally recognised qualification. The Master's runs from September to June at the Eni Corporate University in San Donato Milanese. The courses are delivered in English and require full time attendance; generally speaking, they start in mid September and end on 30 June. For non-Italian students, there will be an intensive Italian language course during the summer preceding the start of the Master's degree. Those who pass the final exams will be awarded the Master's Degree in Management and the Economics of Energy and the Environment (MEDEA).

Find out what former students think

Six decades of training excellence

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2020

School of higher education

The school of higher education in hydrocarbons is founded by Enrico Mattei and becomes the first example of post-graduate training in Italy.

The Scuola “Enrico Mattei”

The school is renamed Scuola Enrico Mattei.

The MEDEA Master's

The Master’s is renamed the "MEDEA Master's in Management and Economics of Energy and the Environment".

Alumni Club

The Scuola Mattei Alumni Club is established.

Part of Eni Corporate University

The Scuola Mattei becomes part of Eni Corporate University.

New curriculum

New teaching materials, a new course and two new areas of study are introduced.

IAASM

The International Alumni Association of Scuola Mattei (IAASM) is founded.

P'ship with Pavia University

In 2020-2021 Academic Year, Master MEDEA has been officially certified by Università degli Studi di Pavia, obtaining recognition for legal purposes by the Ministry of Education of Italy.



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