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2nd level Specializing Master in
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Introduction

In order to satisfy a larger demand for internationalization, Politecnico di Torino, eni and eni corporate university are promoting the 13th edition of the second level specializing Master program in “Petroleum Engineering and Operations”. The program will be taught in English by University professors and corporate teaching staff. 

The purpose of the program, formulated on the basis of eni's professional needs, is to provide young graduates with a sound technical and managerial knowledge so that they can specialize in the oil&gas industry.

The 2015/2016 specializing Master program is open to a maximum of 40 participants, of whom at least 75% with Italian citizenship.
Politecnico di Torino will provide candidates coming from non-EU countries and accepted on the 2nd level specializing Master program with assistance to obtain an Italian entry visa.

Lectures will be held in English on Politecnico di Torino premises – starting in October 2015 and ending in July 2016, followed by an internship at eni in San Donato Milanese.

Attendance is mandatory. Absences will be allowed up to a maximum of 5% of total classroom hours; further absences up to a maximum of 20% will have to be justified by the Technical-Scientific Commission. Absences for more than 20% of total classroom hours will lead to expulsion form the specializing Master program.

Enrolment in the “Petroleum Engineering and Operations” specializing Master program is incompatible with enrolment in other Master programs or university courses.

The specializing Master program requires a full time commitment from the participants.

eni reserves the option of hiring students who complete the specializing Master program.
As agreed with eni and eni corporate university, applications have been opened again till September 11th 2015 at 1 p.m.