Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility
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III Edition - MaGER 2014
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Bespoke Seminar: May 7th, 2014 at 17:30 a talk with Ms Sonia Silvestri
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Next Info Session: May 26th, 2014 at 17:30 and July 7th, 2014 at 17:30
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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.
The Bocconi Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility (MAGER) is a unique opportunity for students interested in building a professional career in a multi-disciplinary topic characterized by growing momentum and increasing interest of economic actors and international organizations.
The program is designed to equip students with skills and competencies required to responsibly face these new challenges. Energy, renewable resources and energy efficiency, climate change and carbon management, corporate sustainability strategies and sustainable business models, corporate social responsibility, environmental and urban planning are some of the subjects that are confronted throughout the Master.
With more than 570 hours of teaching, about 320 hours of internship work in leading organizations in energy and sustainability, integrated with workshops, field project and company presentations, MAGER is open to graduate students and young professionals from different disciplines.
It is possible to watch last MaGER Information Session of November 2013 on the webinar's registration
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