Nov 04 - The first edition of the Eni Master’s Project ends with the recruitment of all 64 participants

Source Press Release
Company ENI S.p.A. 
Tags Strategy - Corporate
Date November 24, 2004

The first edition of the “Eni Master’s Project” ends with the recruitment of all 64 graduates who took part. The project was set up and developed by Eni in conjunction with some of the most prestigious Italian universities to train high performing graduates in key areas for the company. 

The conclusion of the first edition of the “Eni Master’s Project” was celebrated today at Eni’s headquarters in San Donato Milanese in the presence of the Chief Executive Officer Vittorio Mincato and the Rectors of the four universities involved in the “Eni Master Project”: Pier Ugo Calzolari, Rector of the Università degli Studi of Bologna; Giovanni Del Tin, Rector of the Politecnico of  Turin; Guido Fabiani, Rector of the Università degli Studi Roma Tre; and Lorenzo Ornaghi, Rector of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan.

Vittorio Mincato stated, “The “Eni Master’s Project” is the result of Eni’s experience in training and the years of cooperation between the Group and the academic world. Eni considers University Masters one of the best tools to develop effective partnerships between universities and industries. The “Eni Master’s Project” has the aim of aligning head-hunting criteria of high performing personnel with the company’s strategic choices, accompanying Eni’s extraordinary growth in recent years and facing the challenges of this growth by recruiting suitably trained young resources”.

The “Eni Master’s Project” regards the start up of four second level one-year Masters, planned for three academic years each (2003-2004, 2004-05 and 2005-06), two in corporate Governance and two in engineering; Eni’s project stands out from the many other Masters on offer on the training market because it is aimed at recruiting participants and because of its combination of academic teaching and on the job experience.

The “Eni Master’s Project” offers specialisation which is closely linked to Eni’s needs and promotes an overall vision of economic, legal and tax related issues of the production-industrial cycle and of engineering issues linked to the energy cycle, with the aim of allowing the know-how acquired to be applied immediately in Eni’s operative contexts.

The project regards the following Masters: - two economic ones in “Governance, Control System and Auditing”, in conjunction with the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milano and the Università degli studi Roma Tre, which offer know-how on corporate governance models; - two engineering ones, one in “Process Engineering” and one in “Petrochemical Engineering”, promoted along with the Università degli Studi of Bologna and the Politecnico of Turin respectively, which provide a comprehensive view of engineering matters linked to the entire energy cycle.

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