Master’s Programme in Climate Change Science and Management in Venice

Ca’Foscari University of Venice and the CMCC Foundation – Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) have launched a new Master Programme in Climate Change Science and Management targeted at international students with experience or interest in dealing with scientific and socioeconomic aspects of the urgent global challenges posed by global warming. The programme builds on the 10-year unique experience of the PhD in Science and Management of Climate Change, pioneered by Ca’ Foscari and CMCC in collaboration with Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS).

This one-year master prepares experts who can:

  • Understand and explain the physical and economic nature of climate change
  • Assess the impacts, socio-economic effects, and uncertainties related to climate change
  • Evaluates the socio-economic implications of mitigation and adaptation policies
  • Apply interdisciplinary concepts, methods, and tools to analyze and design innovative climate policy solutions and transformational pathways in the context of sustainable development.

The programme has connections with an extensive network of research institutes, consultancy agencies, and international organizations where students can conduct their internship.

For more information, contact Ca’ Foscari Challenge School at or see the full presentation here.


Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change Foundation (CMCC) launch 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 call for applications will be published in late April with deadline in June 2019. We already accept and consider applications to the Master which can be sent to,,

Applications sent now to the above e-mail addresses will allow candidates an immediate feedback. They will need to be formalized once the call for applications is open.

Updates will follow on this webpage.