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International master's progammes

Together with the traditional BS and MS Courses taught in Italian (in the areas of Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering, with a total of more than 1500 students enrolled), the Department also manages the following two-year international master's programmes completely taught in English: Chemical and Process Engineering (curriculum “Sustainable Technologies and Biotechnologies for Energy and Materials”), Environmental Engineering (curriculum “Earth Resources Engineering”), Civil Engineering, and, in collaboration with the Department of Architecture, the international curriculum “Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings” within the master's programme in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems, held in Ravenna Campus.

Thanks to agreements with top Universities in the world (including Columbia University, NY), students can earn two Master's degrees in two years, by spending the second year abroad.

The collaboration with companies operating in the Ravenna area and with international research institutes has lead to the development of a new field of specialization and to the implementation of a new curriculum in “Off-Shore Engineering”.

Admissions 2018/19
How and when to apply for our International programmes

Civil Engineering (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
The international Master’s in Civil Engineering is a graduate programme (Laurea Magistrale) which aims at educating professionals with the necessary in-depth scientific and technical knowledge in the field of civil engineering. The programme is intended to provide students with firm technical bases while nurturing decision-making and leadership potential. It prepares graduates to practice their profession at an advanced level and with a unique exposure to an international environment to better understand global issues of civil engineering.

Chemical and Process Engineering - Sustainable Technologies and biotechnologies for Energy and Materials (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
A Master’s 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 worldplayers 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.

Off-shore Engineering (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
The exploitation of off-shore resources will play a strategic role in the future of mankind. A sustainable valorization of renewable and conventional off-shore energy sources may give a relevant contribution to balance the overall energy demand. The exploitation of marine bioresources combined to the improvement of coastal infrastructures can be a key to the economic development. Improved off-shore technologies will be needed to realize such scenarios.

Environmental Engineering - Earth Resources Engineering (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
The central theme of ERE is the conscientious stewardship of our finite natural resources, namely minerals, fuels, energy, water, and land. Students taking ERE Program will attain a broad background in environmental engineering and earth resources covering water resources, pollution prevention, energy, resource economics, recycling, waste and bio-waste valorization, alternative and renewable raw materials, reclamation, and health.

Engineering of Building Processes and Systems - Historic Building Rehabilitation (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
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.

Partners for Dual Degree agreements
By enrolling into one of DICAM international master programmes, you can earn a dual degree

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Admissions 2018/19
How and when to apply for our International programmes