Eni signs three-year educational coalition with LUISS Guido Carli University


Energy firm Eni and Italy’s LUISS Guido Carli University have signed a three-year partnership agreement to run joint geopolitical training, orientation and analysis programmes
The agreement involves three collaborative programmes in geopolitical training, orientation and analysis. (Image source: Eni)
The first area of collaboration envisaged by the agreement is the sub-Saharan Africa Project, through which Eni will contribute to training leaders in Africa, providing scholarships to talented youth to enable them to access outstanding education through three-year degree or master’s courses offered by LUISS in Italy, Eni announced in a statement.
This initiative will focus on analysing the social, political and cultural phenomena that characterise the countries of the Mediterranean and the Middle East, as well as their impact on the energy business.
According to Eni, these are strategic areas for the company and the development of the global energy industry, areas in which the company has a major presence in terms of its activities, expertise and state-of-the-art technology
This new partnership between Eni and Luiss gives further impetus to the university’s increasingly international reputation, which has implemented a significant global engagement strategy: it has 40 visiting professors, more than 1,000 students with foreign study experience and 700 foreign students per year, collaborations with 270 universities in 55 countries and 40 study opportunities, from double degrees to structured partnerships.
Eni will use the training excellence centre of Eni Corporate University to implement the agreement as part of the overall programme of initiatives aimed at fully harnessing the expertise and talent of young people in Italy and the countries in which Eni operates worldwide.


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