The curriculum from the Geoengineering program at University of Firenze is developed in the framework of the UNESCO Chair on Prevention and Sustainable Management of Geo-Hydrological Hazards established at the University of Firenze. The Chair mission is to promote Education, Research and Development for the prevention and management of geo-hydrological hazards, in order to support policies and actions of risk reduction.
The master course aims to train specialists able to:
- know and develop methods and techniques for territorial survey and related data analysis at different scale of work;
- apply new technologies for the prevention and protection of man and environment from geo-hydrological hazards;
- develop an integrated approach for the assessment of geo-hydrological hazards;
- cope with problems raising from monitoring and management of the territory and the environment;
- achieve expertise for geo-hydrological risk assessment and management.
- Numerical Methods for Scientific Computing/Statistical Data Analysis (joint courses)
- Fluvial Hydraulics
- Soil Conservation
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- To be admitted to the Master Course in Geoengineering, it is required a first cycle or a single cycle degree awarded by an Italian or a foreign University, that allows the continuation of studies to the next level.
- In addition, applying students have to retain the general educational requirements and possess an adequate personal education background, certified by a specific authorization (nulla osta) issued by the Education Committee of Geoengineering master course.
- Please note that a knowledge in English Language B2 Level is also required. English knowledge can be proved by providing a B2 certificate issued by University official language centers, in Italy or abroad.
The total amount of enrolment charges and tuition fees for the academic year vary from €156 to about €2650.
Living costs for Florence
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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