An International Master to connect you to European geology
The registration deadline for the International Master on CO2 Geological Storage is approaching (Deadline extended 31st January 2023) https://web.uniroma1.it/masterco2/home. The Master’s takes place between the Sapienza University of Rome and the University of Zagreb and offers the possibility of carrying out the second semester at one of the 27 European research institutes belonging to CO2GeoNet, the European Network on the Geological Storage of CO2. Prof. Alla Shogenova from Tallinn University of Technology answers some questions about the Master’s.
Why should you enroll in the Master on CO2 Geological Storage?
It is a rare opportunity to get an education and unique expertise in the field of CO2 Geological Storage, including basic knowledge of the full CCUS chain. After the course, you can either continue increasing your knowledge and expertise through Ph.D. positions on CO2 Storage in one of the famous universities or apply for the full position in one of the innovative CCUS projects under development in Europe.
What is special about the Master on CO2 geological storage?
During a relatively short time, you will study and get knowledge from about 30 professors and teachers, not only from one university (as in a usual course) but from a number of universities and research institutes, the best experts in CO2 Geological Storage in the world. You will be able to choose a place for your practice and Master thesis from a list of the countries and universities that are part of CO2GeoNet. During this course, you will be able to travel and study in at least two-three countries.
What kind of plus does the Master on CO2 Geological storage bring to the students who will attend?
The students will study in an international environment (including locations, students, and teachers).
They will get unique knowledge and expertise, usually not available in standard university courses.
Their Master’s thesis will touch on one of the needed practical aspects of the CO2 geological storage technology.
They will be able to publish these results separately, or in cooperation with their supervisor.
They will have the opportunity to continue their studies in the research field or start working in the industry.
They will be able to make a real input and contribution to a carbon-neutral future.