First Level Master’s Course in Sustainable Development, Geopolitics of Resources and Arctic Studies

The Master’s course aims to create high qualified professionals that could be relevant for the Institutions, the area of consulting and services, industry, environmental management bodies, international governmental and non-governmental organizations, research institutions and, in general, for all those public or private organizations related to environmental managament in fragile ecosystems like the Arctic.


This master is adressed to graduates of all academic fields, executives and functionaries of the civil and military Public Admistrations, officials from embassies, directors and commissionaires of the private sector, with a good knowledge of the English language.



The Master’s course has a total duration of 12 months (1500 hours) including educational training activities, individual study, preparation of tests, final project work and curricular internship.
At the end of the course, the preparation of a final Project work (15 CFU) is foreseen, which consists in the preparation and discussion of a thesis on a theme consistent with the modules of the master and approved by the Director of the master. The final paper will be discussed by the candidate and submitted for evaluation by the Commission for the achievement of the master’s degree.

Course details

Academic level(s)Other
Language of instruction
InstitutionItalian Society for International Organization
Begin date21.03.2022
End date24.10.2022
Registration deadline-
ECTS credits0.0
Field schoolNo
Fields of studyBasic/broad, general programmesTeaching and training
Teaching place
Tagsarcticbusinessecologyeconomicsecosystemsenvironmenthigh northindigenousnorthpopulationresourcessafetytechnologyeuropenorwaynorth2northclimatepoliticssustainabilityadaptationinternational relationsglobalization
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