General Description

The professional master of second degree (Master II Livello) in "Transitions and Innovations in European Territories: Environment and Post-Anthropocene Landscapes" is a joint programme between the University of Bologna, Ravenna Campus, and the European College of Cluny, in Burgundy, France. It aims to provide relevant knowledge and skills for territorial innovation projects in Europe, focusing on the management of common goods in the face of the ongoing climatic and environmental transformations, and adopting the notion of 'landscape' as a red thread.


Professional profile

The program forms the professional figure of project manager in territorial innovation, able to work as a consultant or as responsible (developer/planner) for territoral innovation in local, regional, national, or European authorities, non-governmental organizations, and consultancy companies.


Academic Year: 2022-2023

Subject area: Territorial Planning, Territorial Management, Human Geography, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Resources Management, Social Studies, Politics and Law

Place of teaching: Ravenna / Cluny

Level: Second Level Master

Director: Roberto Pasini

Duration: Annual

Teaching methods: Conventional / Participatory and Inquiry-based learning approaches

Language: English and French

Cost: 5.000,00 €

Installments: First installment 3.000,00 €, to be paid by the deadline set for the enrolment; second installment 2.000,00 €

Study grants: Yes (in relation to the European College of Cluny)

Credits: 60

International Professional Master's programme: Yes

Application deadline: Aug 19, 2022