14/03/2019
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Want to know the complex and multi-faceted dimensions of climate change? Explore the challenges posed by climate risk by integrating the scientific and socio-economic aspects in the unique training programs of the CMCC Foundation. Look at the new calls for applications and don’t miss the Open Day of the Master of Research in Science and Management of Climate Change, on April 8, 2019. 

Do you want to understand the complexity of climate change in its global dimension, considering its interconnections with sustainable development? Are you interested in learning new solutions for dealing with climate change?

The rich education program of the CMCC Foundation represents a unique opportunity to explore these issues. A multidisciplinary program at the interface between science and economics. An extensive network of research institutes, universities and international organizations.
PhDs, Masters, Summer and Winter Schools: it’s up to you to choose the study plan more suitable for you! Find out the new calls open and send your application!
Here an overview of the latest calls and upcoming events to present our courses of study.

The call for Applications for the academic year 2019/2020 of the PhD in Science and Management of Climate Change is now open and will close on April 10, 2019.
The PhD programme in Science and Management of Climate Change is a joint initiative between Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, the CMCC Foundation and Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS). The PhD programme offers a 4-years fully funded scholarship, including one year of full-time coursework, with worldwide research opportunities and connections to a broad international network of top-level universities and research centers in the field, as well as placement in highly renowned institutions afterwards. The programme is conducted entirely in English.
More information on the call for application here.

Moreover, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the CMCC Foundation launched the second edition of the Master of Research in Science and Management of Climate Change. The Master is directed to both Italian and international students with experience or a strong interest in the current challenge of climate change, in all its scientific, social, and economic aspects.
The Programme offers high-level courses, thanks to the connection with the PhD in Science and management of Climate Change.

Watch the video: the students of the first edition of the Master talk about their experience, testifying the high quality of the courses and the networking and working opportunities offered by the Master’s Degree.

The second edition of the Master of Research in Science and Management of Climate Change will be presented during the Open Day on April 8, 2019 (Aula Cancelletto – VEGA, Marghera – Venezia).
More in detail, at 12:30, Prof. Carlo Carraro, Director of PhD in Science and Management of Climate Change will present the integrated experience of the Master and the PhD, while researcher Enrica De Cian, Director of the Master of Research in Science and Management of Climate Change, will present Master’s objectives and opportunities of the new edition 2019-2020.
The presentation of internship opportunities and placement (Gabriella Chiellino, eAmbiente President) and the stories and experience from the students of the first edition of the Master will conclude the Open Day.

Earlier in the morning, participants will have the opportunity to attend one of the following lectures of the Master and PhD programme:
9.00-12.00 Adaptive Management of Natural Resources and Agricultural Systems, Carlo Giupponi – Aula Cancelletto
11.00-12:30 Advanced Topics in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Antonio Navarra – Aula Onda

Please confirm your participation to the Master Presentation and/or a lecture by filling in the Google Form.
More information: phd-climate-change@unive.it

More information on the Open Day Programme is available here.

The new call for application for the second edition 2019-2020 of the Master will be published in April 2019 with deadline in June 2019. Expression of interests can be sent anytime to:
 master.challengeschool@unive.it,  phd-climate-change@unive.it or  enrica.decian@unive.it
More information HERE.

For more information about CMCC training programs, visit the CMCC website.