Preliminary Presentations & MPhil Final exam_30th & 31st cycle

Preliminary Presentations & MPhil Final exam_30th & 31st cycle will take place on December 12th, 2017 at 9.30 a.m. in Conference Room Orio Zanetto - Scientic Campus (via Torino).
All PhD students are invited to attend.

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Call for applications: 150-hours collaborations to support the evaluation of international diplomas

The International Office selects MA/PhD students for 150-hours students’ collaborations to support the evaluation procedure of international prospective degree seekers.

The call is open to MA/PhD students from the following Departments: Economics, Management, Environmental Sciences Informatics Statistics, Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies. 

Deadline for applications: 14th December 2017 at 12.30 pm.

For further information see the call for applications [IT].

Call for applications

Admission to Doctoral Programmes is gained through a highly selective application process, subject to international attention.
Deadline for call for applications a.y. 2017/18: April, 27th 2017 1 PM (Italian time).

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In partnership with:

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici
Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale

Doctorate Coordinator

Prof Carlo Carraro, Ca' Foscari University
ccarraro@unive.it

The PhD in Science and Management of Climate Change offers 4 years fully funded scholarships, one year of intese coursework, world-wide research opportunities, broad international network and highly renowned placement afterwards.

Educational aims

The main objective of this PhD programme is to prepare experts with a broad and thorough scientific background in economics, in addition to a solid base of original and innovative research on themes regarding the dynamics of climate change, and the methodologies and techniques used in their evaluation and management in terms of mitigation and adaptation measures and policy.

The doctorate has two main subject areas:

  1. Dynamic Climatology at the CMCC in Bologna;
  2. Impact and Management of Climate Change at the Department of Economics at Ca’ Foscari.

The course is taught entirely in English.

Research themes

  • Dynamics of climate variations and change;
  • Methods and techniques for the management of climate change and its impact;
  • Assessment of economic impact of climate change;
  • Cost-benefit analysis of mitigation and adaptation policies;
  • Other issues related to climate change and management of climate-change-related environmental and socio-economic processes.

Professional profiles

Through the acquisition of a sound scientific understanding of how to approach climate change on a global level, the PhD graduate will be able to carry out leadership roles in the academic world, in consultancy, and also in the energy and insurance sectors, both private and public.

For information on educational activities

Federica Varosio
Tel: +39 041 234 9125
 phd-climate-change@unive.it

Location

Department of Economics, 
San Giobbe, Cannaregio 873
30123 Venezia [map]