Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS) in Resource Economics and Sustainable Development

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Short description of the programme

Resource Economics and Sustainable Development

Programme type
Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)

Student Service Office

International Degree Programme

Admission typology
Open access with assessment of personal competencies

Degree Programme Director
Elettra Agliardi

See all details in the programme sheet


RESD Program Coordinator
Via Angherà, 22 - 47921 - Rimini (RN)
Tel: (0039) 0 541 434 119
Fax: (0039) 0 512 086 281

School of Economics, Management, and Statistics
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Info and contacts


Admissions for RESD
The call for the ay 2018/2019 will be published at the beginning of February 2018
RESD Booklet 2017/2018
Find out more about RESD
Scholarships and financial aid for students
Financial support opportunities addressed to RESD students
RESD shares UN SDGs in its mission and teaching
UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) are an important part of the teaching in RESD. The University of Bologna's reporting tool to measure the contribution generated by the different institutional activities carried out to reach the 17 goals.


Welcome Days for the international programmes
11th and 12nd September 2017
8th September 2017: Crash courses. 18th September: Classes.
Exams schedule
Exams schedule a.y. 2017/2018
On-line Study Plan & Instructions
How to submit your study plan online
Seminars 2017/2018
First and second semester
Projects, Initiatives and Field Trips
RESD involves students in field trips, conferences, projects and networking events. This site will be updated as new events/initiatives are confirmed.

International Relations

International Mobility
Erasmus+, Overseas and Others. Incoming and Outgoing students will find here how to deal with Exchange programmes at the University of Bologna
Erasmus+ Partner Universities
The Erasmus+ Programme offers you the chance to spend from three to twelve months of your university career studying in another European country. As an Erasmus+ student, you can attend courses, sit exams and earn credits for your studies.
Erasmus+ Mobility for Internship
Check the Erasmus+ Mobility for internships scheme , a call is issued for applications to run three-month paid internships in European Union countries.
Cooperation agreement between University of Bologna and Johns Hopkins University
Cooperation agreement between Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna and Johns Hopkins University – School of advanced international studies

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