Deadline: July 22, 2022.
University of Napoli Federico II (UNINA) and Polytechnic of Torino (POLITO) Masters Degree Course 2022 in Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy – Worldwide
Education, and training are crucial for the future of Circular and Bio Economy!
The transition to a more ‘green’ and environmentally sustainable economy requires new education and training systems to support the overall process. The role of vocational education in enabling the transition is part of the European Green Deal, the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and country targets of net-zero carbon emissions.
“Contamination of knowledge” is fundamental, and it is especially so in the training courses of the new generations.
Two leading Italian Universities: University of Napoli Federico II (UNINA) and Polytechnic of Torino (POLITO) joined their forces and competences to give birth to a new joint Master’s degree Science in Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy.
The Educational Objectives of the Master’s Degree Course in Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy of the LM-71 class are to provide an in-depth preparation for the development of new processes and products for the chemical industry in a perspective of Circular and Bio Economy. This starts from an operational research phase, at the laboratory level, and moves on to the implementation and management of pilot plants, up to the understanding of the structure and operation of industrial plants. Students will be prepared to operate, respecting ethical constraints, especially in the field of research and development, acquiring the necessary tools to develop, manage and evaluate products, materials, and processes on an industrial scale, always remaining within the limits of sustainable chemistry. The possibility to participate in challenges proposed by the industries of the sector will allow the student to achieve an in-depth professionalism to be used on the job market.
The traineeship and the thesis will complete the student’s cultural training. The internship and thesis activities will be conducted in close collaboration with companies operating in the sector of Circular and Bio Economy.
ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAMME AND PREREQUISITES
Certified English language proficiency at the B2 level is required.
Admission is also permitted if at least 1 of the following curricular requirements is met:
- Requirement 1: Candidates who have graduated in Italy in the Class ex D.M. 270/04: L-27 Chemical Sciences and Technologies.
- Requirement 2: Candidates with an Italian degree in classes different from those specified in Requisite 1 (for example: ex D.M. 270/04: L-2 Biotechnology or L13- Biological Sciences) but who have acquired the following CFU: at least 8 CFU in the subject areas: MAT/01 to 09; at least 6 CFU in the subject areas: FIS/01 to 08; at least 15 CFU in the subject areas: CHIM/01 to 07; at least 15 CFU in the subject areas: AGR/16, BIO/10, BIO/11, CHIM/11, ING-IND/25, ING-IND 27.
- Requirement 3: candidates with a foreign university degree with a curriculum corresponding, in terms of content, to requirements 1 or 2 indicated above.
Verification of personal preparation is mandatory in all cases, and only students who meet the curricular requirements may enter.
Enrolment is limited to a maximum of 30 participants.
The call for candidature is open until July 22 2022.
How To Apply for the University of Napoli Federico II (UNINA) and Polytechnic of Torino (POLITO) Masters Degree Course 2022 in Industrial Chemistry for Circular and Bio Economy – Worldwide
The candidate have to send to [email protected] the following documentation:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Bachelor Certificate
- Diploma Supplemet or Graduate Record Examination
- English Certification
- Motivational letter
- Eventual Recommendation Letters.
After the examination of the documentation, if the curriculum of the student satisfied the required criteria, he/she will be contacted for an on-line interview. The content of interview will be focused also on basic knowledge of chemistry.
Students that need VISA must apply also on Universititaly web site. Please register on the portal Universitaly and upload the required documents. In the application, please select “University of Naples Federico II”; leave blank the tax code, if you do not have it yet, and the ID account at the selected University; select the Italian Embassy/Consulate of the country where you will apply for the study VISA. The International Didactic office of University of Naples Federico II (UNINA) will carry out its own preliminary assessment of the individual applications by requesting from the student a copy of the academic qualifications and any other document deemed useful for the purpose of this preliminary assessment. The office will contact the Coordinator of degree to conclude the evaluation of your application. In case of positive evaluation, the UNINA will validate the pre-enrolment application by entering the relevant data on the UNIVERSITALY portal. After the validation by UNINA, candidates will apply for pre-enrolment at the Italian Embassy/Consulate of their residing country to obtain the study visa. The preliminary acceptance by the university does not confer any right to obtain a visa.