The Eni Corporate University announces a competition for an academic
course that leads to a Master's Degree in Energy and Environmental
Management and Economics - MEDEA. The course is organized and
managed by the Scuola Enrico Mattei.
The Master is offered to Italian and foreign university graduates
that are interested in career paths within firms, authorities and
other institutions operating in the energy and environmental
sectors. For the Academic Year 2007-2008, the Scuola Enrico Mattei
will assign a maximum of 50 scholarships.
Three programs of the MEDEA are offered:
Energy Industry Economics
Business Administration in Energy Industry
Managing Technical Assets in Energy Industry
The program is articulated on three phases, with an increasing
degree of specialisation. All profiles consist of preliminary
courses, followed by fundamental courses and by specialisation
The Academic Year runs for ten months, from September 5, 2007
through to June 27, 2008. Full-time attendance is required. Since
courses are conducted in Italian and in English, an intensive
Italian language course will be held during the summer of 2007.
Those who have successfully completed the programme of study will be
awarded a Master's Degree in Energy and Environmental Management and
Economics - MEDEA.
Admission is subject to the following requirements:
university degree in Italy, or an equivalent academic qualification
abroad, in departments of: Business Administration, Chemistry,
Economics, Engineering, Geology, Industrial Chemistry, International
Law, Physics and Statistics;
Italian candidates must be under the age of 28 years and non-Italian
candidates must be under the age of 32 at the beginning of the
good knowledge of the English language.
The course, moreover, can be attended also by people autonomously
chosen by the Eni Companies.
APPLICATION AND SELECTIONS
The deadline for application is March 31, 2007 for foreign citizens
and April 30, 2007 for Italian citizens. Italian candidates will
attend the final selection in San Donato Milanese (MI); non-Italian
candidates in Algeri, Almaty, Ankara, Beijing, Brussels, Budapest,
Cairo, Lagos, London, Luanda, Madrid, Monaco, Moscow, New York, Sao
Paulo, Tripoli, or in other offices of Eni, depending on their
For successful candidates, the admission to and the enrolment in the
School carry no fees. The School offers students a financial
contribution for the accommodation and living expenses. Moreover,
students are given free training materials and the opportunity to
avail themselves of Eni canteen facilities. Finally, scholarships
are provided on the basis of examination results. .
San Donato Milanese, December 15, 2006 The Chief Executive Officer
Applications must be sent online at:
For further information and leaflet please contact the School
Scuola Enrico Mattei - Eni Corporate University
Via S. Salvo, 1
20097 - San Donato Milanese (MI), Italy.
Tel. (0039) 02.520.57922
Fax (0039) 02.520.37067