How to apply

How to apply to the New MSc Course in Energy Engineering:

Italian students:
Ammissione alle Lauree Magistrali

Foreign students: first please check at the Unige Foreign Student Portal and then at the International Student Office SASS .
A short pdf guide is available here.

 

Admission Requirements

An Italian Laurea or a foreign Degree (B.Sc. or M.Sc.) belonging to the  Industrial Engineering sector  (e.g Aerospace, Chemical, Industrial, Electrical, Management, Mechanical, Naval, Nuclear Engineering) is requested for enrolling in En2.

According to the Italian regulation the Industrial Engineering Sector is classified as L-9 Class.

Student previous career must include at least 36 ECTS (“Base Courses”, e.g. Mathematics, Physics,  Chemistry, Informatics) and 45 ECTS (“Characterizing Courses”, e.g. Applied Mechanics, Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Automation, CAD, Chemical and Industrial Plants, Electric systems, Energy Plants, Fluid Dynamics, Material Technology, Measurement and Instrumentation, Structural Mechanics, Turbomachinery) that pertain to the Industrial Engineering class.

Students whose previous career is missing some 6-12 ECTS in Base or Characterizing courses will be eventually asked for additional exams to be passed in the related courses (“Bridge Career” )

The student must also possess a knowledge of the English Language at least equivalent to the European (CEFR) B2 level.

According to the above rules other degrees (than Industrial Engineering) will be evaluated  by University of Genova and En2 Council for verifying student eligibility to En2 enrolling.

The student who applied for enrolling will receive an official comunication from Unige.

In case of positive response (and only after this first approval), the student is finally requested to pass an oral or written examination (Admission Test).

His/her curriculum and academic preparation will be evaluated according to the following subjects:

- Fluid Dynamics

- Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

- Energy Systems

- Electrical and Chemical Processes

The Admission Test Committee is composed by Professors: M. Fossa, M. Ferrari, G. Moser, A.Nilberto, A.Priarone

Admission Test is not necessary for the student who took her/his B.Sc or M.Sc degree in Italy with a final mark higher than 99/110 (or equivalent).

The Calendar of Test dates is available in the ‎Students/Schedules Section

An Example of Admission Test (Closed Question List) is available here