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Tipologia CORSO DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE
Durata 2 anni
CFU 120
Classe LM-77
Classe delle lauree magistrali in SCIENZE ECONOMICO-AZIENDALI (MANAGEMENT)
Accesso Accesso libero
Sedi GENOVA
Lingua Inglese
Modalità didattica Frontale
Coordinatore LARA PENCO
Dipartimento DIPARTIMENTO DI ECONOMIA
Costi Da 0 a 3000 euro all'anno. Scopri se hai diritto a borse ed esenzioni
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Programme overview

Summary

The objective of the postgraduate course in Management for Energy and Environmental Transition (MEET) is to train future managers and make them experts of the energy and ecological transition. Thanks to their knowledge in the fields of economics, accounting, market assessment, and regulation, our graduates will be highly skilled professionals in corporate sustainability. The occupational profile is aligned with the new challenges of the energy and ecological transition, as defined by European and national strategies.

Learning by doing

The course uses a variety of learning and teaching methods, mixing traditional, face-to-face, lectures with more innovative teaching techniques (e.g. flipped classroom, group works, remote teaching). Moreover, the course is characterized by:

  • seminars with industry and academic experts
  • software application and analyses
  • internships and traineeships
  • inclusive learning and peer to peer teaching, among which team working, laboratory experiences, and business case analysis will be prioritized.
     

Career perspectives

Graduates will be experts in decision-making processes applied to the "energy and ecological transition", having had the opportunity to focus on different aspects of such phenomena (e.g. corporate sustainability, engineering, economics, management, quantitative aspects, law). In order to boost competences and to improve career perspectives, students will benefit from unique experiences developed with key stakeholders (e.g. energy companies, regulators, service providers).

What you will learn

Management for the energy sector

Strategies, market analysis, and marketing for energy companies

Regulation, market structures, and policy

Economic modelling and tools applied to the energy markets

History of ecological and climate transition

Regulatory and business development of the climate transition

Sustainable finance and risk management

Techniques for assessing and managing financial risk

Business plan

Business Plan and financial communication for energy markets

Performance and reporting

Performance evaluation and KPIs for the energy companies

Energy transition

Technical evolution of the energy transition and related businesses

Law for Energy and Economic Transition

Legal framework for regulating and promoting energy markets

Quantitative methods for systems’ management

Mathematical and statistical methods applied to systems

Did you know that...

The energy and environmental transition are the most important challenges for the local businesses

Many national and international policies focus on new energy requirements

The proposed activities will be developed in strict collaboration with representatives of companies and institutions

Students can get scholarships to attend Summer Schools abroad

Contents

The course, taught entirely in English, offers a unique experience to students that would like to become managers of the ongoing energy and environmental transition. Students will learn how energy markets are regulated and funded, as well as how companies are adapting their businesses to promote energy and environmental performances. To enhance the link between students and industry, all modules will be developed in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.

In order to achieve its goals, the Master course promotes two distinct curricula that cover different approaches, knowledge, and skills:

  • The “Management for Energy Industry” curriculum provides managerial and economic skills consistent with the problems of private businesses operating in the energy related supply chains
  • The “Economics of Environmental Transition” curriculum trains future managers and experts capable of facilitating the transition of companies, administrations, and public institutions into more sustainable and energy efficient bodies.

With the aim of promoting employability and learn-by-doing skills, the course promotes practical activities as well as theoretical lectures. Moreover, in order to boost the link between students and the industry, a compulsory internship period is foreseen. Depending on the chosen curriculum, such period can be carried out in energy companies, public institutions, regulators or in other firms operating in interconnected sectors.

Head of programme

Welcome to the master degree in Management for Energy and Environmental Transition, the first course offered by Unige to train the future leaders of the energy transition. Our graduates will be able to evaluate all key business and economic aspects related to energy and environmental issues, being able to identify risks, challenges, and opportunities experienced by businesses and public institutions.

Lara Penco

Where to find us

Department of Economics
Via Vivaldi 5 (Darsena)
16126 Genova
www.economia.unige.it/sede-genova

Learn more

Student Desk
Edificio Darsena
Via Vivaldi 5 - 2° livello
sportello.studente@economia.unige.it

Student Desk - DIEC website