Eni Corporate University invites applications for the MEDEA Masters Post-Graduate Training in Energy and the Environment in Italy for the 2021/2022 academic year.
The MEDEA Master is an MBA course aimed at graduates with degrees in technical, scientific and economic disciplines, both from Italy and internationally. It’s also aimed at those already working in the energy and environment sector wanting to gain a more in-depth understanding of these areas. This is why the course is focused on the themes of energy and the environment and takes an international and interdisciplinary approach.
The teaching is made up of lectures and blended learning. This includes flipped classrooms, which combine online study and classes, case studies, learning by doing, project work, seminars and conferences. There are also onsite visits.
It is important to note that successful graduates will be awarded the Master’s Degree in Management and Economics of Energy and the Environment (MEDEA).
Worth of Award
The MEDEA Masters is worth €25,000 including
- teaching materials,
- the use of company canteens and
- a monthly cash allowance.
When awarding the scholarships, the examining committee will assess the university qualifications of candidates. They’ll examine this along with any other academic achievements and professional experience candidates have.
As a matter of fact, academic or professional experience in the Oil & Gas sector will be given the appropriate consideration.
However, individuals selected independently by Eni’s international subsidiaries are also eligible.
For the MEDEA Masters Post-Graduate Training, Italian candidates must:
- hold an Italian degree with a final grade of 105/110 (or 95/100) or above. This qualification should be obtained in economics or engineering, or equivalent academic qualification from an international institution.
- be younger than 28 on December 31 of the year in which the Master’s course begins.
- have excellent English language skills.
Applications are equally accepted from Italian candidates who are expected to graduate in July preceding the course start.
In a similar vein, Non-Italian candidates must:
- hold a degree from a recognised university, obtained in economics, engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, geology, or statistics.
- be younger than 32 on December 31 of the year in which the Master’s course begins.
- have excellent knowledge of English.
How to Apply
All applications should be made online via the official website.
Deadline: Level 1 deadline: April 18, 2021. Level II deadline: May 16, 2021.