Master Study Programmes

We are pleased to announce that the EMUNI University is issuing calls for enrolment of students in the ENPI PROJECT master programmes: Higher Education and Research, Mediterranean Business Development Initiative, De-pollution of the Mediterranean, Alternative Energies, Maritime and Land Highways and Civil Protection.

The masters are the programmes of the 2nd Bologna cycle and equal 120 ECTS each. They are open to all students who, as a general requirement, have finished a three-year first level degree course of at least 180 ECTS and have a good knowledge of English language.

The first three programmes to be offered are: the master of Mediterranean Business Development Initiative, the master of De-pollution of the Mediterranean and the master of Maritime and Land Highways.

Within the programme Mediterranean Business Development Initiative, students will deepen their knowledge about the role that Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises face in the EuroMed Region. The aim of the program is to provide technical and practical knowledge to the students of the problems and solutions required for the MSME segment in the EUROMED region to flourish. As a result, given the importance of the MSME segment in the region in terms of employment, the employability of the students is ensured.

The De pollution programme highlights the pollution aspects of the Mediterranean region. It is a multidisciplinary program, building on key experience in the different sub-fields and developed in response to the growing demand for individuals with the broad range skills necessary for handling environmental pollution issues.

The Maritime and Land Highway programme provides students with broad understanding and appreciation of different aspects associated with the management of maritime and land transport wither the management of equipments facilities with an emphasis on the Euro-Mediterranean region: maritime economics, international transport, terminal and port management in the foremost logistics hub of Europe and Mediterranean countries.

The application form for the enrolment to the programmes, the implementation of which is foreseen for November 2011, will be available through the EMUNI website from 25 August 2011.

  • Mediterranean Business Development Initiative
  • De-pollution of the Mediterranean
  • Maritime and Land Highways

The application form for the enrolment to the programmes, the implementation of which is foreseen for November 2011, will be available through the EMUNI website from 25 August 2011.

Mediterranean Business Development Initiative

Type of programme: Master Study Programme (2nd Bologna Cycle)

Duration in academic years: 2 years, 120 ECTS

Starting: November 2011

Location: EMUNI University and Partner Institutions

Tuition fee:

Main Structure of the Study Programme:

  • Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Access to Finance
  • System dynamics: Small and Medium business management
  • Effective utilization of Human Resource Management as an approach (or key) to increase productivity of the MSME segment in the Euromed region
  • Regional Economics, trade policy and integration of the Mediterranean MSMEs with the EU
  • Aurelia - Tourism management

Objectives

The Masters in Mediterranean Business Development will provide training to students to face the obstacles and enhance the solutions that Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises face in the Euromed Region. It will have as a result, a clear professional orientation materialized thorough the undertaking of professional internships in partner institutions, research projects and case studies that will study real situations. Also the program aims at being innovative and flexible providing two tracks: The Research track and the Professional Track.

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De-pollution of the Mediterranean

Type of programme: Master Study Programme (2nd Bologna Cycle)

Duration in academic years: 2 years, 120 ECTS

Starting: November 2011

Location: EMUNI University and Partner Institutions

Tuition fee:

Main Structure of the Study Programme:

  • Mediterranean and World Environmental History
  • Mediterranean Ecosystems, and Biogeochemical Cycles
  • Biodiversity and Marine Populations: Ecology And Genetics
  • Environmental Law, Ethics, Justice, and Politics
  • Technical and Communication Skills
  • Climate Change Impacts on the Mediterranean Sea - From Science to Policy
  • Sustainable Social-Ecological Systems
  • Sociopolitical Dimensions of Resource and Environmental Management
  • Anthropogenic Pollution and Environmental Impact in Marine Mediterranean Environments I
  • Pollution Prevention Strategies and Waste Management

Objectives

The purpose of the De-Pollution of Mediterranean (DM) Master's Degree Program at the Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI) is to provide students with a scientific understanding of ecological and social systems that can be applied in a common environmental policy or management context of the Mediterranean region.

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Maritime and Land Highways

Type of programme: Master Study Programme (2nd Bologna Cycle)

Duration in academic years: 2 years, 110 ECTS

Starting: November 2011

Location: EMUNI University and Partner Institutions

Tuition fee:

Main Structure of the Study Programme:

  • Tools for the researching
  • Regional Development
  • Planning on EuroMed
  • Management and logistics

Objectives

Transports and infrastructures are one of the most important strategic problems, in direct effects over Land Management and Regional Planning. This EuroMed MSc Program will help to create real specialists able to recognize identity aspects to be joined to the initial personal formation and able to be competitive into the labor market for future actions in third countries. However, new professionals for effective decisions in placements of high responsibility in Land Management institutions. The proposed internship into harbor and infrastructures facilities will be essential for the final background of the students.

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CONTACT:

Ms. Anna Gargiulo | Email: education@emuni.si | Tel: +386 59 25 00 51 | Fax: +386 59 25 00 54