Energy Engineering
Master course (2 years)

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Programme overview


The M.Sc. in Energy Engineering is aimed at Italian and foreign students and offers a good level of interdisciplinary preparation for working in professional, industry and research at international level in the field of the sustainable energy production, conversion, transportation, storage and saving.

Learning by doing

The M.Sc. in Energy Engineering offers a unique international experience. The modules are taught in English, Free English classes are offereded to Students, a Double Degree Program is available with Université Savoie Mont Blanc (Double Degree EMESB) and soon a new one with MCI Innsbruck.

Career perspectives

Energy production and distribution companies, energy conversion manufacturing industries, energy engineering firms, research institutions, energy planning offices and regulatory development.


Freshers 2020/21

Degree type
Master course (2 years)
Duration and credits
Energy and nuclear engineering
Free access
Teaching language
Teaching mode
Taxes and fees
From 0 to 3000 euros per year. Find out if you are entitled to scholarships and exemptions
International partnerships
Student exchange
Head of programme
Marco Fossa

What you will learn

  • applying knowledge and understanding

    devise, plan, design and manage processes and systems through the use of models and experiments

  • making judgements

    analyze and solve complex problems related to the production, conversion and storage of energy

  • communication skills

    explain energy issues to non-expert stakeholders

Did you know that...

  • the M.Sc. course works in partnership with industries and research institutes in Liguria, in Italy and abroad
  • all modules are taught in English and free English courses are offered to En2 students
  • you can obtain a Double Degree EMESB, European Master in Engineering for Energy and Sustainable Building
  • graduates can critically evaluate the data through the use of models and experiments
  • graduates will have the ability to employ new technologies with particular reference to energy production sustainability
  • about 50% of En2 students come from abroad


The course consists of modules that include thermofluid dynamics and thermo-chemical dynamics, as well as fluid machinery and energy conversion systems (cogeneration, fuel cells, power plants from renewable energy sources and smart grids), traditional energy and civil engineering plants, electric networks, economics, available and emerging technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and environmental monitoring.

The course is aimed at students seeking high qualification in the following main fields:

  • energy conversion processes from chemical, biochemical, thermal sources into mechanical and electrical counterparts
  • sustainable & distributed energy: renewable energy (solar, geothermal, wind, hydro), fuel cells, biofuels, smart power grids, low emission power plants
  • sustainable development: C02 sequestration, LCA analysis, biomass exploitation, energy audit in buildings, energy from waste, recycling, modelling and experimental techniques devoted to optimum energy management.

Head of programme

Marco Fossa
Welcome Energy Students. I am the Coordinator of the MSc in Energy Engineering since its birth in 2015 and I teach there Solar and Geothermal Energy. You will find in our Course a community of students coming from far Countries and Italian students interested in all the engineering aspects of the Energy Conversion. Our mission is to grow high level Engineers, with an special International Attitude to work in research and production teams. For this reason we also offer Two Double Degree Programs with French and Austrian Universities. See You in Savona Campus!

Marco Fossa
Head of Programme

Where to find us

Campus di Savona
Palazzina Marchi
Via A. Magliotto, 2
17100 Savona SV

You can reach the Campus by car or by public transport. Main distances:

  • from Genova Airport Cristoforo Colombo to Savona: 45 km
  • from Nice Airport (France) to Savona: 145 km
  • from expressway A10 exit Savona-Vado: 2km
  • from Savona railway station: 2km (bus ACTS n. 4 or n. 14)

Bus timetables: ACTS
Train timetables: Trenitalia

Learn more

More info

Savona Campus Student Office 
Lagorio Building, ground floor
+ 39 019 219 45105

Marco Fossa
Federico Delfino
Alessandro Nilberto
Loredana Magistri
Gabriele Moser
Antonella Priarone
Pietro Zunino

Loredana Magistri
Antonella Priarone

Paola Bergonzoni

Didactic support contact