Teaching skills

The Politecnico di Milano offers a wide range of training opportunities, coordinated by the various Schools. The training is based on teaching and research entrusted to the expertise of Professors and Researchers of the Departments.

Theory and practice, an inseparable combination

The Department of Energy gives its students the opportunity to acquire all the scientific skills needed to understand and scrutinise the energy issues which nowadays have a strong relevance in all industrial sectors. We are prepared for the real challenges of the working world both from a theoretical point of view and with experimental and research activities.

We contribute to the training and professional development of highly qualified graduates. We want to make them aware of their leading role in the development and diffusion of the Energy Culture, whether they operate in the academic, research or Enterprise worlds.

A wide choice of courses

Our Professors teach basic disciplines in numerous Bachelor and Master of Science courses for the different Schools of Engineering and Architecture.

The Department of Energy also offers PhDs, Masters and Lifelong learning courses for companies.

High employment opportunities

Over 90% of students who graduated in Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano finds employment within one year from graduation.

The Department of Energy range of courses merges with the research activities carried out in close contact with the Industry: thereby creating a preferential channel for bringing students, graduates and doctoral students closer to the world of work

Italcert certification

The Politecnico di Milano has been certified 9001 by the external body Italcert for non-institutional training activities and special projects for university education, primarily training courses, permanent and master's degree.
The University structures that provide this type of training have the opportunity to join the Polytechnic Quality System (SQP) managed centrally by the University Quality Assurance Service (SQuA) before being ferried towards third-party certifications, achieved to date by some of the main University Departments, including the Department of Energy.

Quality Assurance Group for the Department of Energy:

  • Andrea Papoff (Management Referent)
  • Roberto Bassan

For information: Quality Service