Dates: January – December 2021
Location: Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Application submission: by October 22, 2020
The Master is designed for postgraduates and professionals who want to gain a comprehensive understanding of the climate change impact and the current and breakthrough technologies that will shape the mitigation and adaptation responses to global warming.
The first part of the programme (January-July) consists of 4 modules (tot. 460 h): Introduction to Climate Change, Mitigation Solutions, Adaptation Solutions, and Corporate Approaches to Climate Change. Courses will be held by international scientists and high-level lecturers from the private sector.
During the second part (September-November), the Master students will have the opportunity of a 500 hours internship in the innovation and sustainability areas of outstanding companies.
This Master programme helps students and professionals to enter a new and fast-growing job market offering them specialized training suitable for positions as climate-change specialists in the innovation and sustainability departments of companies and international organizations. These include companies dealing with: infrastructure-resilience and energy transition issues, urban planning and development, insurance and finance, research and development of innovative environmental technologies, certification companies, academic and/or research institutes, government agencies, international organisations, and NGOs.
The Master targets post-graduates with a technical background (Master’s degree in Agricultural Science, Architecture, Biology, Computer Science, Chemistry, Geoscience, Geography, Engineering, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, or Science and Technology). Fee waivers are available for the most creditable students.
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We look forward to welcoming you at PoliTo!
With best wishes,
2nd level specializing Master’s Programme “Climate Change: adaptation and mitigation solutions”
POLITECNICO DI TORINO
Department of Environment, Land and Infrastructure Engineering (DIATI)
24, Corso Duca degli Abruzzi | 10129 Turin, Italy