Opportunities for experiences abroad
The University offers various opportunities for studying and doing an internship abroad:
Double Degree Program EMESB
The EMESB double degree Agreement
On December 2016 UniGe and the University of Savoie Mont Blanc (Usmb), have signed an Agreement aimed at activating a joint curriculum of studies named European Master in Engineering for Energy and Sustainable Buildings (EMESB), delivering a double MSc degree in Energy and Solar Buildings (ESB, at Usmb) and Laurea Magistrale in Energy Engineering (En2, at Unige).
Students admitted to the EMESB program will be enrolled and will attend classes in both Universities and they finally will be able to get the double Title in Italy and France.
Please read the agreement as a synthesis of the official document.
Aims and Study Programme
EMESB is aimed at training MSc engineers to become specialists in the field of the energy conversion and management, from conventional resources to the renewable ones, with special focus on Solar Energy.
For EMESB students mobility is compulsory and it is related to the first semester of their second year. Lectures will be held at the Savona Campus (En2, UniGe) and at Locie, Polytech Annecy Chambery, site of Bourget du Lac (ESB, Usmb).
You can download the study programme where the EMESB courses are described.
You can apply for EMESB enrolment if you are regularly registered to En2-Unige or ESB-Usmb.
Up to 5 positions (per partner) are available each year for the Double Degree Program. The joint EMESB committee is in charge each year of activating all positions or some of them.
Requirements, document submission procedures, admission criteria are described in the Selection Criteria Annex .
If you are a french students please refer to this Polytech web address.
Deadline for the 2018/19 is March 4, 2019.
EMESB students are admitted to apply to the Erasmus Plus program related to the existing cooperation between UniGe and Usmb (deadline to be defined, february 2019). Check the Erasmus Admission Criteria.
Scholarship amount is:
- 3500 euros for students without the Erasmus grant
- 1000 euros for students holding an Erasmus grant
in 3 installments (first installment 40% at september/october).
In order to finalize the procedure and receive the grant, you have to send your final TOR related to mobility by email with subject "VINCI/EMESB scholarship, TOR for grant by NAME SURNAME".
Notice: the scholarship will be recognised after your mobility.
Enrolling in the host University
EMESB students have to enroll in the host University:
- USMB students can enrol from July 20, 2019 to September 22, 2019
- French Emesb student will have to contact and visit the UniGe foreign student office SASS for finalizing their enrollment
- EMESB students are allowed to attend the Italian language courses that will starts September 5, 2019 and september 22, 2019 (exact dates to be defined, please for more information contact SASS office)
- The UniGe students can refer to the Universitè Savoi Mont blanc web site for enrolling at USBM
Accomodations at Unige, Savona Campus
EMESB french students can refer (in English or Italian) to Mrs. Caterina Marcantonio for information about accomodation availability at the Campus.
Double Degree Program EM3ES
On September 2018 the University of Genoa (UniGe) and the University of Applied Sciences MCI Innsbruck (MCI), have signed an Agreement aimed at activating a joint curriculum of studies named European Master in Engineering for Energy and Environmental Sustainability (EM3ES), delivering a double MSc degree in Environmental, Environmental, Process and Energy Engineering (EP2E, at MCI) and Laurea Magistrale in Energy Engineering (En2, at UniGe).
Students admitted to the EM3ES program will be enrolled and will attend classes in both Universities and they finally will be able to get the double Title in Italy and Austria. Up to two (2) students per year (and per Uni) are allowed to participate in the DD program.
According to EM3ES Double Degree Program, DD students move to the Hosting University after completing the first year of their MSc at the Registration University (60 ECTS).
You can read a pdf presentation of the EM3ES programme for MCI students.
Admission to the EM3ES program will require approval from both Universities.
The current minimum requirements for application include a certified Bachelor’s degree and at least 24 ECTS of the first semester at the Registration University. Eligible students can apply by submitting the required documents to the Registration University.
The selection is made according to the criteria described in Annex 2 – Selection criteria. The Registration University is solely responsible for admission to its programs.
The students will be selected and nominate in March/April (in any case in time for Erasmus+ mobility selection). The International Office of the Registration University will communicate the list of the selected students to the International Office of the Hosting University within the end of April. The selected students will receive a letter of acceptance from the Hosting University before mid May.
The students complete their Double Degree program with a jointly supervised Master Thesis.
Student Road Map and Selection Criteria
Deadline for academic year 2018/2019 is March 15, 2019.
Up to 2 positions (per partner) are available each year for the Double Degree Program. The joint EM3ES committee is in charge each year of activating all positions or some of them. Please, read the application form.
If you are a MCI student, please refer to MCI International offices in Innsbruck.
EMESB students are admitted to apply to the Erasmus Plus program related to the existing cooperation between UniGe and MCI (deadline to be defined,february/march 2019). Check the Erasmus Admission Criteria.