GrEnFIn:Greening Energy Market and Finance

Year 2020
Code 5730
Campus Bologna
Credits 6
Starting date Jun 08, 2020
Finishing date Jun 11, 2020
Application deadline Apr 10, 2020 (Expired)
Enrollment start and end from April, 15 2020 to April, 30 2020
Subject area
Sciences and technology
Number of participants
min 15 - max 40
4 days
Admission qualifications
a) First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS (General policies and regulations D.M. 270) in the following course classes: ex. Italian Ministerial Decree no. 270/04: L 35, Mathematical Sciences, L 41 Statistics, L 33 Economic Sciences, L 18 Economic and Business Management Sciences, L 31 Computer Sciences and Technologies, L 9 Industrial Engineering, L 30 Physical Sciences and Technologies, L 36 Political Sciences and International Relations Ex Ministerial Decree no. 509/99: class 32 (Mathematical Sciences, class 37 (Statistical Sciences), class 28 (Economic Science), class 17 (Economic and Business Management Sciences), class 26 (Computer Sciences and Technologies), class 25 (Physical Sciences and Technologies), class 15 (Political Sciences and International Relations). Previous four-year degree programme system: Degree in Mathematics, Physics, Economics and Trade, Statistical Sciences, Information Technology, Engineering. or First cycle degree/Bachelor of the same subject area, (General policies and regulations DM 509/99 and previous degree programme system);
Linguistic skills
English Certificate - Level: B2
Academic director
Silvia Romagnoli
Place of teaching
Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche "Paolo Fortunati" - STAT
Study plan
  • Sustainable Energy Market - SSD: SECS/S01 - Teachers: Irene Monasterolo, Ewa Dziwok, Krzysztof Lampert
  • Pricing Weather Derivatives - SSD: SECS-S/06 - Teachers: Silvia Romagnoli; Francesca Biagini; René Aid
  • Energy Market and Risk Management - SSD: SECS/S06 - Teachers: Helyette Geman; Jorge Zubelli; Andrea Bianchi

Prof.ssa Silvia Romagoli

Dipartimento Scienze Statistiche, via delle Belle Arti, 41, 40126 Bologna




Due the COVID-19 emergency the application documents need to be sent to both of the following mails and instead of the regular post service as indicated in the call