Double Degree EMESB

The EMESB double degree Agreement

On December 2016 the University of Genoa (Unige)  and the University of Savoie Mont Blanc (Usmb),  have signed an Agreement aimed at activating a joint curriculum of studies named European Master in Engineering for Energy and Sustainable Buildings (EMESB), delivering a double MSc degree in Energy and Solar Buildings (ESB, at Usmb) and Laurea Magistrale in Energy Engineering (En2, at Unige).

Students admitted to the EMESB  program will be enrolled and will attend classes in both Universities  and they finally will be able to get the double Title in Italy and France.

The Agreement is available here as a synthesis of the official document.

Aims and Study Programme

EMESB  is aimed at training MSc engineers to become specialists in the field of the energy conversion and management, from conventional resources to the renewable ones, with special focus on  Solar Energy.

For EMESB students mobility is compulsory and it is related to the first semester of their second year. Lectures will be held at the Savona Campus (En2, Unige) and at Locie, Polytech Annecy Chambery, site of Bourget du Lac (ESB, Usmb).

Students can download here the Study Programme where the EMESB courses are described.

Application

Students can apply for EMESB enrolment if regularly registered to  En2-Unige  or ESB-Usmb.

Deadline for academic year 2016/2017 is march 1st, 2017

Up to 5 positions (per partner) are available each year for the Double Degree Program. The joint EMESB committee is in charge each year of activating all positions or some of them.

Requirements, document submission procedures, admission criteria are described in the Selection Criteria Annex .

The Application form and the required documents  for selection (including Self Certification related to Teaching Modules) have to be uploaded at this  Unige Aulaweb page (En2 students only).

French students: please refer to this Polytech web address

Fellowships

EMESB students are admitted to apply to the Erasmus Plus program related to the existing cooperation between Unige and Usmb (deadline 22nd march 2017, check here for the Erasmus Admission Criteria).

Unige and Usmb have applied to the Vinci Program (deadline february 2017), in order to obtain further fellowships for their EMESB students.