The CIHEAM-MAI Bari Master Programmes span over one academic year and award 60 credits.
Their objective is to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of land and water resources management, sustainable integrated pest management and organic agriculture.
Our Master Programmes are jointly organized with the Libera Università Mediterranea (LUM) -Jean Monnet- School of Management; they arerecognized by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR), from the academic year 2015-2016.
They are open to candidates of any nationality.
In particular, courses are addressed to: graduate students, young researchers, extension agents, civil servants, professionals in agriculture and rural development.
The Master Programmes last eight months and are structured into weekly modules, grouped intounits.
The modules include various education activitiesheld by visiting professors and in-house staff: class lectures, field works, practical and lab works, group and individual works.
All classes and activities are conducted in English.
The CIHEAM-MAI Bari Master of Science Programmes last two academic years and award 120 credits.
Their objective is to further the theoretical and practical knowledge acquired during the first year in the fields of land and water resources management, sustainable integrated pest management and organic agriculture.
The Master of Science Programmes are structured as follows: successful completion of the CIHEAM-MAI Bari Master Degree and attendance of the second year devoted to a supervised research work.
The admission to the second year is decided by anad-hocscientific committee on the basis ofcriteria of merit, research topics and financial backing.
According to the thesis topic and under the supervision of CIHEAM-MAI Bari staff, the research work can be carried out in:
All theses must be written in English.
Since 2007, CIHEAM-MAI Bari has been issuing a Diploma Supplement (DS) to all students who are awarded the Master and Master of Science Diploma.
What is a Diploma Supplement?
The Diploma Supplement (DS) aims at improving international transparency and facilitating the academic and professional recognition of qualifications.
It provides a description of the nature, the level, the context, the content and the status of the studies that were successfully completed by the person concerned.
The Diploma Supplement is not a resume, a diploma, a transcript of records, and it is not an automatic system of recognition.
It consists of eight sections:
For the student
For the institutions