What will you learn?
The programme covers both general learning areas and specific technical pathways. In Year 1 you will study scientific and technological subjects in the field of energy and nuclear engineering such as structural mechanics, energy economics and a laboratory on energy and nuclear systems. You will be able to select from among three different specialist tracks:
- Renewable energy systems
- Design and management of power plants
- Sustainable nuclear energy
After the first year, you will delve into more detailed topics related to the specialized pathways. Each curriculum allows you to choose between a specialist track on energy/nuclear engineering, focused on thematic courses, and a more multidisciplinary track, aimed at acquiring more transversal skills.
The programme ends with an internship, the thesis project and some optional courses.
How will you learn it?
The Master’s degree programme is taught in both Italian and English.
You will be able to apply what you have learned through experimental activities with credits dedicated to measurements in the laboratory and with a curricular internship in a company or in a research centre.
You will take part in specific exercises, face-to-face lectures, classroom practicals and laboratory exercises, working both independently or in groups.
You will be able to study abroad both to attend courses and to work on your thesis project with the possibility of earning a double degree from another European university.