The two year Masters Degree aims to provide a specialized education through an in-depth study of the various disciplines that deal with power plant questions, such as control and management of the different technologies and energy generation control systems (mechanical, electric, thermal) of plants powered by fossil fuel, renewable energy sources, and nuclear technologies. To further study and explore each of these topics, the Master's Degree provides specific differentiated programs.
In addition to these specific programs, a general curriculum in English is also provided. Through this program, it is possible to focus on energy technologies from renewable and nuclear sources.
The Degree program forms part of the following international agreements:
- the italo-french network through which students can obtain a double qualification at selected universities and French Grand Ecoles (at present not in operation with any specific university),
- an agreement with Venezuela through which students can obtain a double qualification at Universidad Central de Venezuela
About the School
With over 700 years of history, 113,500 students, 3,300 teachers and 2,000 employees, technicians and librarians, in addition to 1,800 administrative staff in university hospitals, Sapienza is the fir ... Read More