master's degree in Coffee Economics and Science is a university
organized and proposed by a renowned group of leaders in the field
of education: the Ernesto Illy Foundation, the Università del
Caffè of illycaffè, the University of Trieste, University
of Udine, International Superior School of Advanced Studies of Trieste
(Sissa), the Association of Molecular Biomedicine and the District
of coffee (Trieste Coffee Cluster).
The 5-month master's degree is composed of 400 hours of lessons divided into
18 educational modules and 60 formative university credits. The course work,
be given entirely
in English, is open to graduates worldwide in Economics, Engineering, Sciences,
Agriculture and similar disciplines. It embraces the entire productive cycle
of coffee and it is developed in three disciplinary areas: economical-administrative,
biological-agronomic, and technological.
objective is to offer an in-depth multidisciplinary preparation to graduates
interested in working in the world of coffee, and more generally, in the field
of agro-alimentary -- in every stage of the productive cycle -- from the cultivation
to the catering industry, including logistics and the industrial process.
program also aims to consolidate and develop relations between
the regional Universities and the world of business by transferring
the technological and cultural know-how of illycaffè,
the moral and scientific legacies of Dr. Illy and the role of
Trieste as the world’s most advanced city of coffee.
The enrollment fee is €15,000
and the Ernesto
Illy Foundation offers several full
travel and living expenses),
to worthy graduates coming from coffee producing countries.
If you would like to apply for a scholarship for
edition of the master, please send your résumé (CV)
of your studies and education along with a letter of presentation to
to send your scholarship request: May
more about the Class
of 2011 and
read our blog dedicated
to the Master's degree in Coffee Economics and Science: Class
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