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The program is based on the cooperation of four universities (Milan Bicocca, Naples, Turin, Bologna) and will create bioeconomy professionals.
An educational project involving four Italian top-class universities – the universities of Milan Bicocca, Federico II of Naples, Turin, Bologna – with the goal of training professional figures in the field of the circular economy. We are talking about Bioeconomy in the Circular Economy (Biocirce), an interuniversity one-year post-graduate master’s program in English that will start in January 2017.
The graduates of this program will become economy professionals with a focus on the sustainable and responsible use of biological resources and biotechnological processes (bioeconomy). The master’s program is meant for graduate students from all disciplines, preferably with degrees or skills in the following fields: biotechnology, economics, chemistry, industrial chemistry, biology, pharmacy, agriculture, engineering.
The initiative will be supported by Novamont, Fondazione Parco Tecnologico Padano (PTP-Science Park), Intesa Sanpaolo, GFBiochemicals Italy and Cluster Chimica Verde Spring.
Full-time intensive classes will be held for one week in each of the four participating universities and will be followed by an internship, or by a project work within the student’s current professional activity. The program consists in 4 teaching modules, one in each participating university. Each module is 5 CFU, that is 40 lecture hours.
The deadline for applications is November 8th 2016.
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