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The Master’s degree, thanks to a multidisciplinary approach that considers the different physical, biological and chemical aspects of natural and anthropogenic systems, allows students to acquire full command of methodological and operational aspects of engineering for the prevention and remediation of environmental degradation and risk. It provides both theoretical and practical expertise for the design, execution, management and monitoring of activities that imply highly complex modifications to the ecosphere, especially where exploitation of natural resources is involved.

Programme structure

Path – Soil, Water And Environment with three different subpaths: Environment and SustainabilityLand Planning and ManagementSoil Protection and Water Management

Career opportunities

Graduates can find employment in public authorities or private companies acting in the fields of environmental protection and/or land management, public administrations, insurance companies, public and private research centres.

They may also work in engineering firms or as freelance consultants dealing with various environmental issues (e.g. waste control and reuse, water and land management, environmental impact assessment, monitoring, modelling, risk management).


Visit the Environmental Engineering page on the University of Padua website for more details!

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