The Programme

The Master's programme offers high-standard training in the Energy sector with the aim to provide students with specialistic skills, focusing on Natural Resources and Energy Transition, underground energy storage and CO2 storage.

The deployment of technologies for energy generation from renewable sources, such as solar and wind power, is one of the answers to climate change. However, the need to balance intermittent power availability and fluctuating energy demand requires storage solutions targeted at large-scale storage. Nowadays, there are several solutions for H2 storage, among which underground storage is considered the most promising option. 

Whether it is hydrogen or CO2, the world needs subsurface experts to make underground storage a reality. This is where the Master offers unique opportunities to gain competences and meet the new job market demand.

The course is a full time programme of approximately one academic year duration for a total of 80 ECTS, the programme includes 8 months of classroom activities with academic and corporate teaching staff and it is organized as follows:

  • Phase 1 - common courses - from the end of November 2024 to April 2025 classroom lectures, valid for all students;
  • Phase 2 - students will be divided in two different classes, Reservoir and Production & Drilling, for about 9 weeks of classroom lectures;
  • Phase 3 - internships - on the job training lasting about 10 weeks at Eni premises.