PARTNERS

Partners of the Program

Luiss Business School’s Corporate Partners are actively involved in the Master and are in direct contact with the students, establishing a bilateral dialogue through industry-specific courses, seminars, and workshops. The participation of these partners guarantees that the Master provides students with a 360-degree experience of the energy ecosystem and the job market on a national and international scale.

MAIN PARTNERS

Iren and Snam offer our students the chance to compete for scholarships that enhance their profile.

Snam is one of the world’s leading energy infrastructure operators and one of the largest Italian listed companies in terms of market capitalization. The company’s sustainable and technologically advanced network guarantees security of supply and promotes development in the areas in which it operates, while also contributing to promote the energy transition.

Iren is one of the largest and most dynamic multiutility companies on the Italian scene and operates in the sectors of electricity, thermal energy for district heating and gas, and in the management of integrated water services, environmental services and technological services.

other PARTNERS

  • Edison
  • EY, Ernst & Young
  • Enel
  • Eni
  • Terna
  • A2A
  • Hera
  • Italgas
  • ENGIE
  • CESI
  • Saras
  • Wekiwi
  • Sideam
  • Policy Sonar
  • Puri Bracco Lenzi
  • T. Kearney

Corporate Advisory Board

The Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) is a board composed of the Master Scientific Committee and representatives of the most important firms in the industry, which aims to ensure student employability and business partner satisfaction.

The learning objective of the master is to transmit a body of knowledge that encompasses new technologies, understanding industry dynamics through the involvement of companies that act as a bridge between the classroom and the job market.

During the CAB our Corporate Partners:

  • Cooperate in the program design: sharing its objectives, curriculum, processes and training program.
  • Participate in teaching and coordinating activities:with business managers contributing on-the-job experience.
  • Support the Career Serviceteam: through the Field Project, a key opportunity for the students to be involved in a company experience.