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Mager Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility.


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MaGER - Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Sustainability, climate change, energy and energy efficiency, green consumption and urban sustainable development are globally recognized challenges for the 21st century. Tackling these challenges requires a strong commitment from companies and private sectors, governments and agencies, NGOs. The managers and professionals of tomorrow will require knowledge to understand the interconnectedness of economic, environmental and social dimensions, and competencies to manage and contribute the change towards a more sustainable world.

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Mager Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility.

  1. 1. Stefano Pogutz
  2. 2. Sustainability, climate change, Tackling these challenges energy and energy efficiency, The world has become requires a strong commitment green consumption and urbanincreasingly complex and more from companies and private sustainable development are fragile. sectors, governments and globally recognized challenges agencies, NGOs. for the 21st century
  3. 3. In 2001, Università Bocconi was Ten years later, we among the first to launch the dedicate a ambitious andSpecialized Master innovative MAGER program to program, entirelyenvironmental and in English. energy issues.
  4. 4. The Master in Green Management, Energy and CorporateSocial Responsibility (MAGER) is 12-month full-time programWe propose a multi-disciplinary educational approach totrain next-generation managers and professionals interestedin leading the change towards a sustainable future.Our goal is to attract talented students and youngprofessionals with diverse backgrounds, who share passion,commitment and values
  5. 5. Awareness Skills & Specialization Sustainable Development, competencies • Energy management and Ecosystem services, Climate renewables change, Energy demand, • Corporate sustainability Renewables, Regulatory Management management and CSR schemes, Kyoto Protocol, Policy making managementBiodiversity, CleanTech, Energy Economics and finance • Energy markets and carbon markets, Carbon Tax, Social Technology and science managemententrepreneurship, Markets at the • Sustainability governance base of the pyramid, CDM … and policies Knowledge Career path
  6. 6. With more than 570 hours of teaching, about 320 hours of internship work in leading The Master strives to This preparation, togetherWe provide awareness and organizations in energy and connect university education with the teaching of knowledge on the sustainability, integrated with businesses, agencies advanced management skillstheoretical, regulatory and with workshops, field and NGOs that have an and competencies, put ethical aspects of project and company interest in sustainability, students on a specialized environmental issues. presentations, MAGER is green management, energy, career path. open to graduate students and CSR and young professionals from different disciplines.
  7. 7. Environmental manager, emission manager and energy manager Corporate in business sustainability Specialized manager and manager in the CSR manager in traditional business and energy sector consultancySpecialist in Specialized carbon MaGER career manager inmanagement and carbon opportunities environmental services sector finance Specialized Specialized manager in the consultant in sector of eco-marketing, renewable innovation, and energies, energy Specialized development of saving and manager in eco-products energy sustainability efficiency and CSR in international agencies, policy makers and NGOs
  8. 8. The Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility is a 12-monthprogram starting in January and concluding in December. The structure encompasses foursegments, or “Terms”, from January to December. The program size is 70 ECTS 70 Credits ECTS Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3 TERM 4 3 8 8 Internship or Introductory Core Elective research project courses courses courses and final project work Seminars, project works and workshops
  9. 9. The first Term is characterized by distance learning coursesaimed at standardizing the skills of students coming fromdifferent backgrounds. This phase consists of 3 courses:•Principles of Management•Principles of Law•Principles of Economics The second Term consists of 8 compulsory courses with the purpose of providing the fundamental knowledge and skills • Environmental Law, Sustainable Development and Governance • Science and Technology for Sustainability • The Economics of Renewable and Energy Saving • Business and Governance for Sustainability • Business and Corporate Strategy for the 21st century • Environmental and Energy Economics • Sustainable Business and Green Management • Project Finance and Financing Strategies for Green Business
  10. 10. The third Term includes 8 specialization courses. Eachstudent must choose at least 6 courses depending on theirinterests and the four suggested career path•Management of Utilities•Energy Markets•Carbon Markets and Carbon Management•Environmental Planning and Environmental Assessment•Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation•CSR and Corporate Sustainability•Topics in Sustainability Management and EnergyThe fourth Term is devoted to a job experience on the topics leaned during the Master. The internship length is minimum 10 weeks. As an alternative students can apply for a research project. Seminars, project works with partners (companies, agencies, etc.) workshops and team building activities integrate the learning process with real life experiences
  11. 11. Teaching and learning Assessment Final project work• The courses focuses on • written and/or oral exams, • The final project work is modern teaching • assessment of group and evaluated by a tutor, based techniques and active classroom activities; on a final written report learning methodologies, • evaluation of the project showing the participants including: works educational goals and• traditional lectures, activities, and formally • continued attendance and• case studies, group works discussed in front of a active participation in the and guided discussions, specialized committee educational program• practical exercises,• company presentations and seminars with experts,• outside visits and in- company projects
  12. 12. The Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate SocialResponsibility attracts the interest of a broad network of corporate,agency, government and NGO partners.For instance last year we had the following initiatives:• Specialized Workshop on Carbon Asset Management and Carbon Finance• Accenture Project Work• Tetra Pak and Loccioni Project Work and company visit• Visit to companies, energy and waste treatment plantsMoreover we had speakers of organizations and companies such as: Enel,Eni, EGL, Edison, Snam, Autogrill, Telecom, IKEA, Tetra Pak, Accenture,Barilla, Lavazza, KPMG, Accenture, BSI, Bureau Veritas, First Climate, IBM,Whirlpool, CONAI, World Bank, ILO, Global Reporting Initiative, etc.
  13. 13. A full-time dedicated and specialized approach with a degree that will complete your basic university and working A specific experience in preparation. these fields with more A well balanced mix of than 10 years of theory and practice. practice in teaching environmental and A class of international energy management students and and economics professionals with diverse backgrounds, Università Bocconi who share passion and internationally commitment to lead acknowledged the change towards areputation in teaching sustainable future. and research A faculty composed by Continuative and active professors and specialists classroom participation in environmental, energy from practitioners and and CSR issues to ensure representatives of you with the necessary multidisciplinary leading companies, agencies, policy makers approach that the and NGOs sustainability challenge requires.