The Scuola Enrico Mattei organises and runs the Master Degree in Management and the Economics of Energy and the Environment (MEDEA).
Mariangiola Mollicone, Business Advisor - Eni UK
The Master MEDEA is currently accepting applications for the new academic year. The deadline for application is March 31st, 2019 for foreign citizens and April 30th , 2019 for Italian citizens.
Expired. The new call for application will be available at the beginning of 2020.
The MEDEA Master Degree is aimed at Italian and international graduates in technical, scientific and economic disciplines, as well as people already working in the energy and environment sector who want to study these subjects more deeply. The school’s training programmes are distinguished by an international and interdisciplinary approach with a specific focus on energy and environment issues. Our excellent academic course leaders – made up of an internal team and professors from leading Italian and foreign universities, alongside successful managers and experts from Eni –add to the value of the courses, which are designed to provide analytical tools that can be immediately applied to operational realities. The teaching consists of lectures, flipped classroom and blended training, case studies, learning by doing and project work, seminars and conferences, as well as guided visits to industrial plants of particular interest.
Energy and the environment from an international and interdisciplinary point of view: the Master in Management and the Economics of Energy and the Environment.
The MEDEA Master, which runs for 10 months, is an MBA that focuses on two issues: Global Energy and Managing Technical Assets. This course is primarily aimed at graduates in Economics or Engineering Management and people who are already working in this area in the oil and gas sector. The Global Energy programme explores the management problems of companies operating in the energy and environmental sector, while Managing Technical Assets takes a closer look at the Economic Management of technical issues that such companies face.