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

Sustainability, climate change and energy are globally recognized challenges for the 21st century, calling for a strong commitment for a change by governments, companies and civil society.

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.

The program, held on a full-time basis from January to December and completely taught in English, is designed to equip students with skills and competencies required in order to responsibly face these new challenges. 

With more than 500 hours of teaching, about 400 hours of internship 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.

More Information

Read our brochure at the following link to find out more about the structure of the program, tuition fees, scholarships and career opportunities.

2018 Ranking

Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility
1st worldwide Master in Sustainable Development and Environmental Management

Program Director
Matteo di Castelnuovo 

Period
January 2019 - December 2019


For information:
MaGER
tel.+3902 5836.3815

mager@unibocconi.it


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People

  • KIMBERLY ANG JUNCI
    "I was working as a WASH (Water, Sanitation and Health) Program Officer at a non-profit, advocating for universal access to safe sanitation. I chose MaGER for the opportunity to pivot and explore a different field for my professional future."
  • ELOISA GATTIGLIO
    "I applied to MaGER because I wanted to improve my knowledge of the economic and financial aspects of renewable energies. The program’s multidisciplinary and international perspective allowed me to do so."