The Master is open to candidates from all Countries with priority for those coming from Mediterranean and Black Sea countries.

Format
Part-time, three short session of 15 days each will be held in Trieste in March, July and October 2019

Duration
One year, starting January 2019 to May 2020

Language
English

Fields of studies of participants
Oceanography (physics, chemistry and biology), marine biology, geology, geophysics, geochemistry, environmental engineering, ecological modelling, climate study, coastal zone management, environmental economy and related fields.

See the list of the first edition participants >

Envisaged topics of the Master
Interdisciplinary course covering a number of topics related to blue economy including environmental aspects, socio-economic fields and science diplomacy. 

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Costs
In order to access to the admission test, is required a fee of € 30,00 (not refoundable).
If you are selected, the cost of the master will be € 3.200: € 3.000 as course fee, plus the regional tax (€ 160,00) and the all-inclusive tuition fee (€ 40,00).