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Engineering Management

The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

A degree in engineering management lays the groundwork for a career in business and engineering. Students who take this degree learn best business practices and engineering science, studying product development, manufacturing construction and industrial engineering.

 

Italy, officially the Italian Republic, is a unitary parliamentary republic within the European Union, located in Southern Europe. To the north, it borders France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia along the Alps.

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Master in Electronic Engineering

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Reggio Calabria

The 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Electronic Engineering is open to students already holding a 1st Cycle Degree (Bachelor Degree) in scientific and engineering disciplines with a focus on electrical/electronic subjects... [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Management in Italy 2017. The 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Electronic Engineering is open to students already holding a 1st Cycle Degree (Bachelor Degree) in scientific and engineering disciplines with a focus on electrical/electronic subjects. This Course has been active for some 20 yrs and still offers a clearly recognised specialisation in the area of engineering, a true passe-partout for the widest professional and scientific contexts. The Course is designed with the aim of shaping young engineers with an in-depth knowledge about the scientific and technological aspects of electronics and electromagnetism, with a particular attention toward the application of these technologies. The study and application of mathematics, solid-state physics and chemistry is also among the main targets of the Course. The Course is organised in 12 subjects, among which 2 are chosen by the students according to their personal interests, with classroom lectures and extensive laboratory activities. The professional competences that the student will gain concern the ability of designing and using complex electronic systems in environments like telecommunications, photonics, smart power electronics, robotics and health care. First year Electromagnetic Fields II Microwave Engineering Chemistry and Processes for Microelectronics Environmental Data and Signals Processing Semiconductor Devices Solid State Physics Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Queue Theory System theory and optimal control Second year Electronic Systems for Energy Microelectronics Sensors & Transducers and Automatic Measurement Additional Educational Activities 12 ETCS chosen by the student Numerical Calculus and Programming Measures for Automation and Industrial Production Measurements for the Quality & Electrical Security VLSI Design Antennas and radiopropagation in complex environments Operations Research Advanced topics in electromagnetics Graph Theory6 Theory of cryptography Final dissertation [-]

Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering ( taught in Italian )

University Of Bergamo
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Bergamo

Aim of the course is to provide students with in-depth knowledge on: design and management of industrial production systems; structural and functional design; materials and relevant working technologies; ... [+]

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Aim of the course is to provide students with in-depth knowledge on: design and management of industrial production systems structural and functional design materials and relevant working technologies modelling and analysis of products and processes life-cycle design and management of plants for energy conversion. Moreover, students can deepen still further some specific topics concerning: energy, biomedical engineering, mechatronics, production, design. JOB OPPORTUNITIES The postgraduate students can be employed in several industrial fields: mechanical and electro-mechanical industry energy production and conversion plants' design, installation and testing maintenance and management of machines, production lines, complex systems. Typical assignments for a postgraduate Mechanical Engineer are: design of complex devices and systems production management maintenance and management of machines, production lines and production departments. ADMISSION A Three-Year First level Degree or equivalent. ENTRY TESTS Individual interview. [-]

Master Degree in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems (Curriculum Historic Buildings Rehabilitation)

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Ravenna

The HBR (Historic Building Rehabilitation) international curriculum of the Masters in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems was built to meet the needs of new professionals, able to integrate the functions traditionally found within the process, by focusing on the critical analysis of the historical heritage, the diagnosis of conservation conditions, the definition of procedures and techniques for consolidation and rehabilitation of the artefacts, by applying effective methods and solutions, compatible with the protection of the heritage characters. More information here: http://corsi.unibo.it/2cycle/HistoricBuildings/Pages/default.aspx [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Management in Italy 2017. The innovation in both technical and organizational structure is increasing the complexity of the building process. The emergence of more stringent requirements and the intense penetration of new materials and technologies take special relevance in consolidation, recovery and rehabilitation of historic buildings, which is a market segment in steady expansion. The growing cultural value attributed to the existing building and the economic and environmental benefits associated with its conservation are expanding this market, whose further development fuels a demand for high-profile skills, able to meet its specific characteristics and constraints. The HBR (Historic Building Rehabilitation) international curriculum of the Masters in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems was built to meet these needs of new professionals, able to integrate the functions traditionally found within the process, by focusing on the critical analysis of the historical heritage, the diagnosis of conservation conditions, the definition of procedures and techniques for consolidation and rehabilitation of the artefacts, by applying effective methods and solutions, compatible with the protection of the heritage characters. The course is a two-years Master “second cycle Degree” requiring the students to obtain 120 ECTS. The program is two years in duration and is divided into four terms. In the first year, courses are mainly oriented to address basic issues of the Master’s studies: History of Italian and European Architecture; Conservation Theory of Historic Buildings and Heritage Conservation; Survey of Historic Buildings, Materials and Technologies for Historic Buildings; Advanced Structural Mechanics and Mechanics of Historic Masonry and Wood Structures. Additionally, a Design Project course aims at training the students in applying to a case-study the acquired knowledge. In the second year, both compulsory and elective courses are offered on specialized topics, such as Structural Diagnostics, Seismic Assessment and Rehabilitation; Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Historic Buildings; Mineralogical and Petrographical Characterization of Natural and Artificial Stone Materials. The program is entirely taught in English, and requires the student a proficient use of the English language. At the end of the program, a degree titled "Master in Engineering of building processes and Systems" (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria dei Processi e dei Sistemi edilizi, Classe LM-24) is awarded and is valid under Italian law. The title enables graduates to take the exam for Professional Engineer qualification (Sector: Civil and Environmental) HBR Master students have the opportunity to obtain a double degree: from the University of Bologna ( MSc in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems) and from the Tongji University, Shanghai, China (MSc in Architecture and Civil Engineering) . Graduates of the program will have the training to go on to work in numerous fields, including Public Administrations, Companies carrying out works of consolidation and recovery of historic buildings, and many other specific sectors, such as production of building components, diagnostic and survey services, facility management. Completion of the HBR Master degree can also lead to entering PhD level studies. More information about the application procedure here [-]

Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Bologna

Nowadays telecommunications are pervasive, applying to all products of modern life. A telecommunications engineer is able to design, implement and manage telecommunication devices, systems, networks and services. [+]

Master goals Telecommunications engineering is an international program fully-taught in English through which, on the one hand, students will acquire a deep knowledge of the four macro-layer of telecommunications: electromagnetism, signal and systems, networks, application and services; on the other hand, they will obtain a solid background in basic related fields (such as electrical circuits and devices, computer science and mathematics). Students will be supported in developing an appropriate attitude towards analytical and designing methodologies, along with organizational and management skills. Career opportunities Nowadays telecommunications are pervasive, applying to all products of modern life. A telecommunication engineer is able to design, implement and manage telecommunication devices, systems, networks and services. Moreover, a solid background in telecommunications can be very helpful in many other jobs and professional positions: about 50% of the telecommunications engineers who graduated from the University of Bologna find a job in companies not belonging to the field of telecommunications. Learning activities Learning activities are based on the established tradition of telecommunications engineering studies in Bologna: they span from signal propagation in both radio and optical media to communication theory, networks, applications and services, including lectures, laboratory activities and seminars. The course value is strengthened by connections with numerous national and regional industrial partners, resulting in opportunities as internships and student-oriented presentations. Students will be able to benefit from active cooperation at the international level as well as spending a period abroad, broadening his/her knowledge and personal background. Admission Requirements Admission to the 2nd cycle degree programme is conditional to meeting curricular requirements and secondly on assessing student personal competencies and skills. Candidates not meeting curricular requirements will not be admitted to the 2nd cycle degree programme. Those meeting them will be required to sit an entrance exam to assess their personal competencies and skills. Candidates passing the entrance exam will be admitted to the 2nd cycle degree programme. The curricular requirements and assessing methods are indicated below. All candidates must have certified English language skills to at least level B2. Such a certificate may be issued by the "University Linguistic Centre" (CLA) or an equivalent certification body. [-]

Master's Degree in Automation Engineering

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Bologna

The Master Degree in Automation Engineering is a two-year programme fully delivered in English. The Degree provides students advanced competencies in many important fields of Automation, such as robust control, system theory, software for real time control, vision systems, mechanical systems, design of advanced automatic machines, diagnostic systems. [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Management in Italy 2017. The Master Degree in Automation Engineering is a two-year programme fully delivered in English. The Degree provides students advanced competencies in many important fields of Automation, such as robust control, system theory, software for real time control, vision systems, mechanical systems, design of advanced automatic machines, diagnostic systems. Within this Master Degree Programme students have 2 possibilities: Master Degree in Automation Engineering for 2 years in Bologna; Double-Degree Master Programme with Tongji University (AlmaTong Programme). For these students, classes of the first year will be held in Bologna. Then, students will attend classes in Shanghai for a period of 3 semesters. Upon completion of their studies, including a final graduation project, they will obtain two Master degrees: “Laurea Magistrale in Automation Engineering / Ingegneria dell’automazione” from the University of Bologna; “Msc in Control Theory and Control Engineering” from Tongji University. Admission Requirements The admission to this programme is granted to applicants that comply, first, with the curriculum requirements, secondly with the necessary prior preparation and thirdly with the language requirements (section 1.3). If the curriculum requirements are not complied with, the access to the Second Cycle Degree in Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione is denied. If the curriculum requirements are complied with, the applicant's prior preparation has to be assessed. The admission is granted if all requirements are fulfilled. The procedures to verify curriculum requirements and prior preparation are listed below. Curriculum requirements To be admitted to the Second cycle Degree in Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione the applicant must hold a University degree of at least three years (or achieved through the acquisition of at least 180 ECTS –CFU), or another degree obtained abroad and recognized by the Automation Engineering Board as equivalent. Admission to the Second cycle Degree in Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione is reserved to: a) Students graduated from Italian first cycle courses (“Lauree”) of the “Information Engineering area” (area 8, as defined in the DM 270/04 and area 9, as in DM 509/99) or in the “Industrial Engineering area” (area 9 as in the DM 270/04 and area 10 as in DM 509/99) whose name contains “Ingegneria dell'Automazione” or “Ingegneria Meccatronica”. Italian first cycle courses included in this definition have adequate curricula. b) Students graduated from Italian first cycle courses of the “Information Engineering area” (area 8, as defined in the DM 270/04 and area 9, as in DM 509/99) or in the “Industrial Engineering area” (area 9, as in the DM 270/04 and area 10, as in DM 509/99) with a final mark of at least 110/110. c) Students graduated from Italian first cycle courses of the “Information Engineering area” (area 8, as defined in the DM 270/04 and area 9, as in DM 509/99) or in the “Industrial Engineering area” (area 9, as in the DM 270/04 and area 10, as in DM 509/99) with a final mark less than 110/110 but complying with the following requirements: - at least 6 CFU in the SSD ING-INF/04; - at least 12 CFU in the set of SSD: ING-IND/13, ING-IND/32, ING-INF/05. d) Students graduated from Italian first cycle courses complying with all the following requirements: - at least 30 CFU in the SSD MAT/02, MAT/03, MAT/05, MAT/06, MAT/07, MAT/08, FIS/01, FIS/03; - at least 6 CFU in the SSD ING-INF/04 - at least 12 CFU in the set of SSD: ING-IND/13, ING-IND/32, ING-INF/05. The same criteria of point d) shall also apply to those who hold a University degree obtained abroad and deemed appropriate by the Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione Board for which it is possible to convert the degree score to the Italian system, and to identify the scientific areas and the number of credits obtained in each sector. Otherwise, the career of the applicant shall be assessed by the Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione. In very exceptional cases, the Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione Board can assign differentiated didactic plans in compliance with the “Degree Programme Regulation” to those Students with particular previous academic curricula. Such differentiated didactic plans do not concern students who have the First cycle Degree in Ingegneria dell'Automazione acquired at University of Bologna. Language requirements Adequate proficiency in English (at least B2 level according to CEFR) is required for admission to the Second cycle Degree in Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione. Candidates submitting a certificate issued by a recognized institution (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge Esol, ...) proving such knowledge are exempted from further assessment. Otherwise, English proficiency of the candidate is assessed by a Commission nominated by the Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione Board. Whenever English knowledge is not considered adequate, the Automation Engineering/Ingegneria dell'Automazione Board may require the Student to fill the gap before registering any exam of their second year. Expected learning outcomes The specific learning outcomes of the 2nd cycle degree programme in Automation Engineering aim to produce professional figures with a solid basic and specific background able to cover management, design and coordination roles in companies requiring knowledge of sizing and implementation of highly complex architectures, automatic and robotic systems, automation processes and plants which integrate computer components, measuring, transmission and actuation equipment. Therefore, they will have an in-depth knowledge of the specific subjects of this class, with particular attention to the fields of advanced design, innovation and development of production, planning and programming, management and organisation of complex systems. It follows that graduate automation engineers possess in-depth interdisciplinary knowledge of the automation, mechanical, computing, electronics and electro technical sectors. Graduates will possess the following skills: Inclination for advanced design, integrating mechanical, electric, computing and control aspects, for particularly complex automation systems and with high levels of innovation; Organisational skills even in complex industrial systems; In-depth knowledge of the automation sector. The computing facilities and laboratories available to students, and which are constantly being enhanced, provide the setting for students to practically apply the knowledge, working autonomously and in groups. Internships will also be available through the collaboration with many local companies with which the university has signed cooperation agreements. Moreover, students may obtain a dual degree: the 2nd cycle degree in Automation Engineering from the University of Bologna and an MSc in Control Theory and Control Engineering from Tongji University in Shanghai, China. This opportunity allows students to gain extensive experience abroad (also in the industrial field, with compulsory internships) and acquire considerable transversal and interpersonal skills. [-]

Master Degree in Chemical and Process Engineering

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Bologna

A Masters degree in Chemical Engineering is key to professional success in several modern and innovative industrial sectors. [+]

A Masters degree in Chemical Engineering is key to professional success in several modern and innovative industrial sectors. Smart materials, sustainable processes for energy production, industrial biotechnologies, and advanced pharmaceutical applications are only some of the examples of sectors where the expertise of chemical engineers is sought and highly rewarded. Furthermore, the conventional world-players as the chemical and Oil&Gas field are facing a context of increasing innovation and internationalization, thus requiring global competences and higher qualifications of the chemical engineers recruited. The STEM (Sustainable Technologies and biotechnologies for Energy and Materials) international curriculum of the Masters in Chemical and Process Engineering was built to meet these needs. The course is a two-years Master “second cycle Degree” officially recognized under the “Bologna Process”, requiring the students to obtain 120 ECTS. The program is two years in duration and is divided into four terms. In the first year, courses are mainly oriented to address basic issues of the Master’s studies: advanced thermodynamics and transport phenomena, introduction to basic design, and introduction to industrial safety. In the second year, both compulsory and elective courses are offered on specialized topics, such as materials, energy and environmental processes and industrial biotechnologies. The program is entirely taught in English, and requires the student a proficient use of the English language. At the end of the program, a degree titled "Master in Chemical Engineering" (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria Chimica, Classe LM-22) is awarded and is valid under Italian law. A Dual Degree Agreement is active with Columbia University in the City of New York (USA). Applicants, upon completing successfully the program, will obtain both the Laurea Magistrale from Bologna University and the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University. Graduates of the program will have the training to go on to work in numerous fields, including the conventional chemical and process industry (petrochemical, specialty chemicals, pharmaceutical), the wide-spread energy industrial sectors (up-stream and down-stream Oil&Gas, energy generation, green energy production), and many other specific sectors (material production, food technologies, industrial biotechnologies, etc.). Completion of the STEM Masters degree can also lead to entering PhD. level studies. Option on Off-Shore and Oil&Gas Engineering Students enrolled in the STEM curriculum will have the option to select in the second year courses dedicated to off-shore engineering and oil&gas technologies, with a specific focus on up-stream and mid-stream applications. The courses will be held in the Ravenna Campus, and the content has been strongly oriented to the obtainment of the professional skills necessary to operate in the Oil&Gas sector. The companies of the Ravenna off-shore district accepted to make available internships and activities suitable to complete the master graduation thesis. [-]

Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Bologna

ECST students, international program fully taught in English, will attain knowledge in the basic issues related to advanced micro-nano-electronic devices, solid-state sensors and biosensors, including reliability features. [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Management in Italy 2017. Master goals ECST students, international program fully taught in English, will attain knowledge in the basic issues related to advanced micro-nano-electronic devices, solid-state sensors and biosensors, including reliability features. They will as well acquire skills in the modelling and design of digital and analog integrated circuits, advanced telecommunication systems, artificial intelligence and software engineering applications, automation systems and bioengineering. Learning activities ECST is a 120 credits, four-semester programme, consisting in core classes (60 credits), curriculum classes (18 credits), elective classes (12 credits), general-culture classes (9 credits) and a master thesis (21 credits). The core classes are mainly concentrated in the first year and aim to consolidate basic knowledge. During their second-year students can choose their curriculum classes mostly in the field of electronics and telecommunications with options in automation and robotics, computers and information processing, and bioengineering. The classes are organized with lectures, practice, design and laboratory activities. Career opportunities ECST graduates will be able to work in companies whose core business is the design and/or manufacturing of devices, equipment, systems, and infrastructures of electronic and optoelectronic type, including sensor systems, advanced telecommunication systems, applications of artificial intelligence and software engineering. Moreover, they will be able to effectively contribute to all working activities employing electronic technologies or infrastructures for signal processing in the civil construction, industrial and information fields, within public or private research Institutes, public Agencies, or Academia. Their responsibilities will be ranging from design to research, development, management and teaching. [-]

Master In Telecommunication Engineering

University of Cagliari
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Cagliari

They can access the Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering students holding a university degree first level. The first-level university degree may have been obtained in the same office or in other locations, even abroad. [+]

Access to further studies. Courses of Third Cycle Professional status of the title. Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering find its natural place within companies, public and financial institutions and research centers in which there are research and development, design, production and management of computer systems and information transport and transmission of fixed and mobile telecommunications networks. final test characteristics. The final exam consists of the discussion of a report for an individual work, carried out by the student under the supervision of at least one professor of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, about technical aspects and / or relevant scientific area of ​​' information Engineering. The work will consist of a critical analysis of the state or the drafting of a project at least rough or the development of methods and techniques with a degree of originality or a transfer of methods and techniques from different fields in areas of ' information Engineering. The discussion will be held in front of a commission and you can make use of graphic media and IT. Skills required for access. They can access the Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering students holding a first-level university degree. The first-level university degree may have been obtained in the same office or in other locations, even abroad. The enrollment acceptance is subject to the possession of curricular requirements and personal preparation. The requirements must be completed before enrollment in the Master's Degree, as the current legislation does not provide for the possibility of having "debits" to be filled during the Master degree. The curricular requirements and personal preparation will be specified in the Study Regulations of the Master of Science. The verification of the student's personal preparation is entrusted to a specific Commission of the Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering, which will carry out its own assessment on the basis of appropriate documentation proving the previous curriculum. specific educational goals. The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering aims to form a Graduates with advanced skills in computer systems and transport information and in the design of electronic devices and systems. Title conferred. Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering Dublin Descriptors: I - Knowledge and understanding Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering will have acquired an in-depth analysis capabilities in the areas that characterize the degree course with particular reference to the development and transmission of information and the design of electronic systems. This capacity will be achieved by providing future engineers master the mathematical / scientific tools necessary for a complete understanding of the treated material, and applying these tools to the analysis and design of advanced and technologically complex. Compared to the first degree course, it will be given greater emphasis to increasing the material to equip graduates with a strong ability proactive that will put you in a position to contribute to the processes of technological innovation in the areas covered by the Master's Degree. In this view, the knowledge acquired at the end of the course will include the main sectors of telecommunications, including signal processing, digital transmission systems, telecommunication networks, the antennas, the analysis and design of electronic systems. The acquisition of such knowledge will be tested through exercises, intermediate tests, written tests and oral profit, discussion of projects assigned by the teacher. II - Applying knowledge and understanding The Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering will have developed the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and other basic sciences to interpret and describe, even in an original way, the information engineering problems, and telecommunications in particular. Such skills will be complemented by the ability to design tests and experiments both virtual and on real complex systems and understand the results in order to propose solutions, even innovative, to the same problems, presenting itself as an active player in the process of development and technology transfer in various areas in which it will operate, with reference both to the national scene both at the international level. It will also be able to adapt its cultural baggage that will meet the diverse needs in his career. The ability to apply the acquired knowledge will be verified in the course of studies with projects and practical tests, also to be held in groups, for individual courses and thesis work of theoretical / experimental in which the student will be required to deal with technological problems even complex. The ability to understand and self-update will also be verified, leaving the student the task of deepening the scientific literature proposed solutions by evaluating how they can be applied to assigned problems. III - Making judgments The Graduate Degree will be able to make its own assessment and / or judgment based on the interpretation of the available data and abstract patterns, as well as identify ways, including original and innovative, the additional data collection that may be necessary in order to achieve greater certainty about complex information engineering issues, and telecommunications in particular. This is expressed by the capacity of knowing how to do, knowing how to take initiatives and decisions in the awareness of the risks, taking into account both the evolution and development of the technique also impact economic and social choices. Well as through specific courses aimed learning the techniques for developing formal models and acquisition and processing of data and signals, these capabilities will be developed throughout the course of studies through the integration of the teachings. The verification of the maturity and independence of judgment is carried out continuously by the teachers during the training through periodic and final audits. In particular, the teachings that provide for significant design component, through exercises, presentations of theses activities, laboratory work, and the final test, based on an original work, to assess the ability of independent judgment of the student. IV - Communication skills Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering will utilize its technical expertise and the basis for dialogue and communicate their ideas to a wide range of professionals, with an exhibition style appropriate and rigorous. It will also be able to interface with the world of research to present rigorously the problems that need innovative solutions and transfer these solutions in the production world. This kind of ability is essential for the development and coordination of complex projects. Moreover, in addition to Italian, you will be able to use fluently the English language in writing and orally, especially in relation to the technical dictionary of the sector. These skills will be acquired either through the preparation of technical documents for specific projects or presentations, both with adequate introduction to the technical language used in the field of scientific literature (mostly in English). In particular, the final test will provide the student with an opportunity to study and verification of analytical skills, processing and communication of the work done. It provides for the discussion, before a commission, a report produced by the student on a thematic area crossed in his studies. being evaluated in this case are not only the elaborate content, but also the capacity for synthesis, communication and exposure of the candidate, the justification, even dialectics, of the choices made. Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation. ITALIAN V - Learning skills Graduates in Telecommunications Engineering will develop their learning skills in order to continue studying and updating, in order to operate effectively in different areas of work in which you will operate, even with new situations and never addressed before. It will have the self-learning ability needed to undertake further studies, as a second-level Master courses and Doctorate in the field of information engineering, as well as to undertake the work at research centers and advanced design. For this reason, the Graduates will have a broad overview of the methodological landscape, technical and scientific point of reference for study and deal with complex and innovative issues. In particular, many teachings and especially the thesis work, provide for the need for personal insights to provide the ability to search and select the relevant literature and to study and learn the solutions of all sizes. The division of the total labor hours required for the student will give a strong emphasis on personal working hours to offer the student the opportunity to test and improve their learning skills. Other useful tools to achieve this skill are carried out internships in Italy and abroad. [-]

Master In Chemical And Biotechnological Process Engineering

University of Cagliari
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The goal of the course is to train the professional figure of Chemical Engineer, recognized at European and World level, as defined by the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE). The Regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes dell'EFCE implements the recommendations concerning the expected learning outcomes at the end of the first level ... [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Management in Italy 2017. educational objectives of the class: LM-22 Chemical Engineering Graduates from the Master's degree course must: - thorough knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of mathematics and other basic sciences and be able to use this knowledge to interpret and describe complex engineering problems or those requiring an interdisciplinary approach ; - Thorough knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, both in general and specifically in relation to those of chemical engineering, in which they are able to identify, formulate and solve in an innovative, complex problems or those requiring an interdisciplinary approach ; - Be able to conceive, plan, design and manage systems, complex and / or innovative processes and services; - Be able to design and manage highly complex experiments; - It is equipped with context knowledge and transversal capacity; - Have expertise in business organization (corporate culture) and professional ethics; - Be able to be fluent in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. The admission to the postgraduate courses of the class requires possession of the curricular requirements that foresee, however, an adequate command of general scientific methods and content in the basic sciences and engineering disciplines, preparatory to those provided for in characterizing ' sort of this master degree class. The master degree course must also culminate in an important design activities, which will eventually lead to an elaborate demonstrating mastery of the subjects, the ability to work independently and a good level of communication skills. The main career opportunities provided by the Master degree course are: innovation and development of production, advanced design, planning and scheduling, management of complex systems, both in private practice and in manufacturing or services and public administrations. Graduates may find employment with: chemical, food, pharmaceutical and process; manufacturing, processing, transportation and storage of substances and materials; industrial laboratories; technical departments of public administration delegated to environmental governance and security. The universities organize, in collaboration with public and private institutions, internships and apprenticeships. Synthesis of consultation with representative organizations at the local level of production, services, professions The meeting between the University and the representatives of the world of Labor Organizations, Services and Production for the presentation of teaching regulations of the Master of Science of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, took place November 27, 2009, at the 'Aula Magna of the Faculty. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, of the Order of Engineers of the Province of Cagliari, the federation of associations of engineers of Sardinia, the Association of Industrialists of the Province of Cagliari, the Confindustria, CRS4, the SARAS SpA, dell ' Alkhela Srl, the Axis Srl. All present felt Teaching regulation proposed by the Faculty of Engineering with the needs of the territory and expressed a favorable opinion, giving some suggestions on possible complementary activities that may be proposed, in collaboration with some of the intervening parties. However it should be noted that all degree courses, in all phases of the work, they consulted the subjects of specific interest to them, discussing the construction of the new teaching organization and the comments received, finding interlocutors fully consenting on the proposals. specific learning objectives of the course and description of the training course The goal of the course is to train the professional figure of Chemical Engineer, recognized at European and World level, as defined by the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE). The Regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical and Process Engineering Biotechnology incorporates the dell'EFCE recommendations with respect to the learning outcomes expected at the end of the first level and the signs of the "Second cycle degree core curriculum" as set out in the "Recommendations for EFCE document Chemical Engineering Education in a Bologna Two Cycle Degree System "(July 2005). The CL's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes aims to provide students with an adequate study and updating of general scientific methods and contents, the enrichment of specific professional skills, and mastery of innovative design methods in the context of ' chemical engineering and chemical technology and biotechnology. Purpose of CL's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Process is therefore to provide graduates with a training course, in accordance with the guidelines dell'EFCE that allows: - use the increased knowledge of chemical phenomena, physical and biological agents in order to develop advanced mathematical models for chemical and biotechnological processes and be able to solve them; - Be able to analyze, evaluate and compare the different possibilities for the development of experiments, methodologies and technologies for the process industry, production of goods and / or services and for the protection and / or the environmental recovery; - Be able to study independently and critically new topics; - Develop methodologies and technologies (including environmental and safety aspects) of the process industry and industries for the production of goods or services and for the recovery or the environment. Consistent with the provisions of the EFCE document, the training of graduate degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes provides a series of teachings directed to improving public awareness, provided between the access requirements, and topics specifically identified in the document as characterizing EFCE the degree in chemical engineering, in particular transport phenomena, kinetics and industrial chemistry. Subsequently, the course includes lessons aimed at the design, modeling and process management, with particular reference to the state of research and industrial development. These lessons will be taught by teachers whose scientific research activity is carried out in specific areas. Apart from knowledge recognized at European level for the chemical engineer, the course includes some lessons related to the needs of the territory, in particular the presence of large industries that operate in the field of processing of raw materials and production of biomaterials, energy and services. Knowledge and understanding (knowledge and understanding) Graduates will be able to: - know the methods of the specialist disciplines of chemical engineering, relevant for the proper definition and the search for solutions to complex engineering problems of chemical and biotechnological processes; - Be able to understand the problems concerning design analysis and management of the processes for the transformation of matter and the production of energy, involving chemical and biochemical reactions also through access to the relevant specialist literature. - Be able to understand the issues regarding health and safety, sustainability and environmental impact of a chemical process or biotechnology. - Be able to understand the practical applications of process engineering, with particular reference to the industrial reality of the Sardinian territory. The knowledge and understanding are achieved through the learning activities organized in the teachings characteristic of the field of chemical engineering and related basic activities of the chemical and biological areas and other engineering fields. The teaching methods used include participation in lectures, tutorials, seminars, supervised home study and independent study. In addition, as part of some of the lessons will be provided for visits to facilities and participation in seminars. Assessment of the achievement of learning outcomes is mainly by carrying out intermediate tests, test papers written or oral, ending with the award of a judgment. Applying knowledge and understanding (applying knowledge and understanding) Graduates must: - be able to easily manage the advanced operational tools useful for the development of chemical engineering, modeling, design and management of chemical and biotechnological processes. - Know how to use the knowledge acquired and acquirable for process innovation in the processing industry, in consideration of the results achieved by the scientific community; - Be able to produce physical / mathematical models for the analysis of the characteristics and performance of equipment, systems and processes for the production of products and materials, also in reference to the sustainability of the processes and the biocompatibility of the materials; - Know how to select, design study and apply advanced methods for the regulation and control of chemical and biotechnological processes; - Identify and use, including the operations and the jobs available, those most likely to sustainability and environmental protection in relation to industrial activities in general and those in the chemical industry, in particular. These skills will be developed mainly in the compulsory courses characterizing and related through the examination of real cases. During the activities aimed at 'integration into the labor market and in the elaboration of the final exam it will be able to assess the learners' ability to apply their knowledge. Making judgments (Making judgments) Graduates will: - organize and conduct experiments related to chemical and biotechnological processes of complex type, together with the interpretation of the results obtained and the formulation of a critical judgment on them. - Identify, formulate and solve complex and articulated problems related to the functional design, the management and adaptation of plants in the process industry, chemistry and biotechnology, also based on economic considerations and safety assessment and dell ' environmental impact. The independent judgment skills are accomplished through participation in training activities, including work placement and laboratories and the preparation of the thesis. The teaching methods used include participation in seminars and exercises in the classroom or in the laboratory, conducting individual and group projects, supervised home study and independent study. The achievement of learning outcomes is mainly by the performance of tests, test papers written or oral, execution of projects. Communication skills (communication skills) Graduates will: - demonstrate ability to properly communicate technical and scientific field, through the preparation and presentation of design documents and technical reports relating to the knowledge gained in the training course; - Be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to stakeholders specialists and non-specialists also using graphical representation methods. - Be able to actively participate and coordinate a multidisciplinary team. - Use appropriate methods and different languages ​​to communicate effectively with the engineering community, with different interlocutors at a technical level and with society in general. It intends to develop these skills through the teaching of teachers who, using various forms of communication, are an example of effective communication. Moreover the exams, which typically consist of tests both written and oral, are a stimulus to the proper development of communication skills both written and oral, as well as an evaluation of the same. At the end of the training course is planned during the course of a project activity which includes drawings, specifications and technical reports prepared in accordance with international standards. Even the final test provides the opportunity to check the capacity of analysis, processing and communication of the work done in providing discussion, before a commission, a report produced by the student on a subject area of ​​the training course. Participation in internships, internships and study abroad prove to be very useful tools for the development of communication skills of the individual student. employment and career opportunities for graduates Main functions: - coordinates the activities of definition of production processes and processing and the design of systems for the process industry and for the production of energy - supervises the driving of industrial installations for chemical and biotechnological productions, the food industries , pharmaceutical and for the production, distribution and use of energy - designs and manages installations for the clean-up, for the treatment of fumes, for the disposal of waste, for the purification of water and for the remediation of polluted soils - conducting the analysis risk for processes and installations for the processing of raw materials and for industrial activities in general - coordinates research and development activities in the field of process engineering and the production of materials - manages the design of control systems for the processes of transformation - It performs modeling and functional and constructive design of equipment and systems for the process industry. - Promotes innovation in science and technology development in the chemical and biotechnological processes. The course prepares students for professions chemical and petroleum engineers - (2.2.1.5.1) Learning skills (learning skills) Graduates must develop the learning skills necessary to update continuously on methods, techniques and tools specialized in the field of chemical engineering. It shall also be able to source, consult and interpret the main bibliographic sources for the technical literature and the national law, their European and international industry. The graduate must also masterful ability to develop self-learning to enable them to deal profitably higher level courses, such as second-level Master and PhD courses. To achieve these objectives the preparation of some of the compulsory courses and related characterizing require consultation and the use of bibliographic sources. Also the preparation of the final test will allow to develop the learning capacity of the student and will also be a moment of verification by the faculty. Skills required for access To be admitted to the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes must be in possession of degree or university diploma of three years, or five-year single-cycle, or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid. And 'it required the knowledge of the English language at least level B1. The Academic Regulations of the Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes defines the curricular requirements for admission which can not be lower than the following: Degree title or university degree of three years for the obtaining of which have been met: At least 30 credits in the areas identified in the core course classes of L9 (Industrial Engineering); L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering); L8 (Information Engineering); L27 (Chemical Science and Technology); L2 (Biotechnology). At least 45 credits in the areas identified among the characteristic classes of L9 (Industrial Engineering); L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering); L8 (Information Engineering); L27 (Chemical Science and Technology); L2 (Biotechnology). five-year university degree in one cycle between those indicated in the academic regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes. It 'also planned to adequate initial preparation with procedures defined in the Academic Regulations of the Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes. The curricular requirements must be fulfilled before the assessment of individual preparation. The Academic Regulations also defines the criteria to be applied in the case of graduates with requirements different from those mentioned above and in the case of foreign students. Also in the Academic Regulations it will eventually be listed among the requirements for admission, the minimum mark and the maximum time for the achievement of the degree to which you possess. The Academic Regulations define the method of verifying the adequacy of the candidates personal preparation. Final exam The final exam consists of the discussion of a thesis, resulting from an activity on a trial, or modeling-design on matters relating to the contents of the Master's Degree Course, to be developed under the guidance of a teacher, also in collaboration with public and private entities , manufacturing and service companies, research centers operating in the field of interest. During the preparation of the student thesis must, first, to analyze the technical and scientific literature on the subject in the study. Downstream of this phase, the graduate will, independently and depending on the type of thesis: - in the case of modeling work, develop and solve the proposed model applied to the problem in order to analyze the corresponding variations in the characteristics variables of the system behavior and be able to interpret the results obtained; - In the case of experimental work, conduct a trial and be able to process the results in a critical way to allow the application even in conditions different from those investigated; - In the case of project work to identify the most convenient process, analyzing the technological, economic, safety, environmental impact and the control dimensioning in all or part of the plant itself. Maximum number of recognizable credits (DM 16/3/2007 Art 4) 9 (Credit recognizable on the basis of professional knowledge and skills certified individually, as well as other knowledge and skills gained through educational activities of post-secondary level to which the design and construction with the university) [-]

Master Degree Course in Chemical Engineering for Sustainable Industrial Development

University of Catania
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Catania

The Master Degree Course in Chemical Engineering for Sustainable Industrial Development is a two-years course held in English, aiming to provide students the ability to formalise and solve complex technical problems and formulate innovative solutions, plan, organise and manage complex processes through innovative knowledge in the field of corporate organisation and professional ethics. [+]

The Master Degree Course in Chemical Engineering for Sustainable Industrial Development is a two-years course held in English, aiming to provide students the ability to formalize and solve complex technical problems and formulate innovative solutions, plan, organize and manage complex processes through innovative knowledge in the field of corporate organization and professional ethics. Official Plan (1st year) 1st semester Elements of sustainable green chemistry Principle of chemical engineering Science and technology of materials 2nd semester Construction of equipment for the chemical industry Mechanical for chemical industry Energetic eco-sustainable conversion techniques APPLICATION IN 4 STEPS 1. PRE-EVALUATION: Students are requested to fill out the on-line application form (for more information, please write to info@studentsworld.com) and upload all the required documents (certificate of bachelor of studies with the list of subjects studied; certificate of English language if available). Once students have uploaded the documents, they have to submit the online application form for administrative and academic review. They will receive an e-mail (normally within 30 days) informing them of whether or not they can present their pre-enrolment request to the embassy/consulate. 2. Student Visa: Non-European students who have been positively pre-evaluated, must go to the Italian Embassy in their Country of residence in order to apply for the Visa during the Visa Processing Period (usually between the end of May and the beginning of July). Depending upon the Country of residence, students may have to produce a copy of the pre-evaluation letter from the University to the Embassy along with all the other documents. Non-European and European students alike must provide official copies of all the requested documents, translated into Italian. 3. MATRICULATION: Students arrive in Catania and go to the university Foreign Students Office bringing the requested study documentation, and pay the fee of 40€ to take entry test (the office will issue the fee students have to pay at Unicredit Bank). 4. ENROLMENT: students fill in the enrolment application form and pay the enrolment fee (the Foreign Students Office will give you the form and issue the tax you’ll have to pay at Unicredit Bank) Lessons will start in late September. Fees: Tuitions are payable when the student matriculate into the program in Italy (no application fees). The tuition is variable and it depends upon the student's family income. International students usually pay less than 1,000 euros per year in tuition fees. All tuitions must be paid in two instalments. Scholarship: Students can apply for scholarships and student housing service (the services will start only at the beginning of the academic year that means second half of October) the request must be made to ERSU by filling in the online application form (normally by September and then by sending by postal service -with a registered letter – RACCOMANDATA – the printed and signed application along with the documents required by the call to ERSU Via Etnea n°.570 – 95128 Catania). Students can find the call, when published, here: http://www.ersucatania.it/. [-]

MD Management Engineering (taught in English or Italian)

University Of Bergamo
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Bergamo

The Master's Degree in Management Engineering is part of the "International Programs" of the University of Bergamo and it is a two year Course offered both in Italian and in English. The admission criteria are the same for the Italian-taught and the English-taught paths. The choice of the path takes place at pre-enrolment. [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Management in Italy 2017. The Master's Degree in Management Engineering is part of the "International Programs" of the University of Bergamo and it is a two year Course offered both in Italian and in English. The admission criteria are the same for the Italian-taught and the English-taught paths. The choice of the path takes place at pre-enrolment. TO WHOM IT IS ADDRESSED The Course is addressed to students seeking to complement an in-depth knowledge in engineering with the ability to take strategic decisions and tackle organizational issues. LEARNING OBJECTIVES The Course aims to develop the students’ entrepreneurial and managerial skills and to provide them with the ability to plan and manage complex systems. The Management Engineer is characterised by strong analytical and decision-making skills coupled by an open and multidisciplinary mindset. LEARNING SUBJECTS The Course covers a wide range of fields including technology, management, organization, entrepreneurship, economics and finance. LEARNING METHODS Traditional theoretical teaching is combined with executive seminars from prominent members of the business community and visits to leading companies of our region. Interactive teaching, project works and lab activities encourage students to work in teams and equip them with tools and methods to manage business challenges, identify solutions and effectively take decisions. Learning is envisaged in an international perspective. The environment is open to the contributions of international scholars and students. Stages, internships and learning periods abroad are encouraged and assisted. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates from the Master's Degree in Management Engineering find a natural field of employment in all contexts where the interaction among organizational and management issues, technology, economic and environmental variables triggers a complexity that requires a structured, flexible and interdisciplinary approach. Management Engineers are suited for high-level careers in industry, consulting and financial services. Examples of specific areas where our graduates may give valuable contributions, both in private firms and public institutions, are: Strategic planning Control of business operations Economic and financial analysis of investment projects Production management and logistics Management of distribution and supply chain Industrial quality control Promotion of technological innovation processes Service management and design Information and data management. INTERNSHIPS, SUMMER SCHOOLS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS Stages and internships, both national and international, are encouraged. A number of summer schools with international partner universities are in place on various issues (Global Perspective on Public and Private Sector Interaction, Applied Health Econometrics and Health Policy, Green Energy Management). Students may also participate in a joint research and teaching program with the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University focused on the topic of Smarter Citizens. An internship, a summer school or a special project may replace an elective subject and may be the basis for the master dissertation thesis. INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS Students are encouraged to spend a period abroad by applying to the Erasmus+ Program or to similar extra-UE programs that are in place between the University of Bergamo and other primary universities worldwide. For more information, please contact the Head of International Programs, prof. Maria Sole Brioschi. ADMISSION The admission requirements are a Bachelor's Degree or recognized equivalent from an accredited institution and adequate undergraduate training. Admission decisions are based on the curriculum of the candidate and possibly an interview. Please refer to the Course Coordinator, prof. Renato Redondi or the contact person responsible for Orientation, prof. Michele Meoli, for any query. Non-UE students living abroad must apply through the Italian diplomatic offices (Embassy or Consulate) in their Country. For more information, please contact the International Student Services. For incoming Erasmus+ students this Course follows the general rules of the official student exchange program. For more information, please contact the International Programs Office. If not mother tongue, applicants to the English-taught path are required a B2 level in English and applicants to the Italian-taught path are required a B1 level in Italian according to the CEFR level scale. [-]