Master's Degree Programme in
Environmental Sciences





Why enrol in this programme


choose among three paths: Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services; Global Change and Sustainability; Monitoring and Remediation of the Environment


participate in experimental laboratories and interdisciplinary practice sessions in the field


take advantage of internship opportunities locally, nationally and internationally

Your future career options

work as a consultant/environmental expert in the private sector

work as an executive in public and private environmental management and service companies

conduct scientific research at universities and other public and private research institutions


An elective program in Management Studies for outstanding master students offered by the PhD inManagement, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
Students can select among a number of elective courses taught in English offered by the PhD inManagement up to a maximum of three courses.

How wo apply?
Follow the instructions available here. The deadline to submit your application is the 15 th of October 2022.
For more information, write an email to our PhD officer Dr. Marta Colombini:


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All students must fill in their study plan every year in order to register for exams. 

In order to fill in the plan it is necessary to have paid the first installment of the university fees. 

Study plans can be filled in and modified until 1st March 2023

For further information, please refer to the Study plan and exams: Bachelor's and Master's Degrees page.

Students are welcome to participate to next meetings between master's degree course in Environmental Sciences students and professors are scheduled in dual mode in Delta 1B and online:

Thursday 24 March 2022 at 12:15-13:45

Curriculum Natural capital and ecosystem services
Curriculum Monitoring and remediation of the environment

Registering for the lesson of CM0565 Multivariate analysis of prof. Rossano Piazza scheduled for 24/03 h 12.15-13.45 in Delta 1B is necessary to take part in person.

Otherwise, it's possible to follow online: Zoom link 
Meeting ID: 839 3229 6962
Passcode: 2p295p

Thursday 7 April 2022 at 12: 15-13: 45

Curriculum Global Change and Sustainability

Registering for the lesson of CM0445 The Climate of the Past by prof. Dario Battistel scheduled on 7/4 h 12.15-13.45 in Delta 1B is necessary to take part in person.

Otherwise, it's possible to follow online: Zoom link 
Meeting ID: 830 6074 5632
Passcode: 1f977d 

Prof. Stefano Malavasi,
Coordinator of the course





Scientific campus  
Via Torino 155, 30170 Mestre - Venice (Italy)