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SVE: a new Master's Degree in Sustainable Viticulture and Enology in English

Enrolment is now open!

The "Sustainable Viticulture and Enology" degree is offered by the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Piacenza (Italy).  

What makes it truly competitive and formative is the complementation between classroom lessons and practical activities conducted outside. 

The course benefits from excellent facilities, easily accessible from campus, such as an experimental cellar, where students have the opportunity to produce “their” wine, a sensorial analysis laboratory and a small but precious experimental vineyard. 

Students will also be given the opportunity to carry out an experimental dissertation with direct participation in one of the research projects currently active at the university.



The Course is open to Italian and international students with a Bachelor's degree or equivalent international qualification in Agriculture, Environmental Sciences and Forestry.

Admission is in chronological order of enrolment and interview with the Course Coordinator.

For non-native-speaking students, an English language certificate of at least B1+ level is required.


- consult the website or Facebook page: @SustainableViticultureEnology

-  contact the coordinator of this Degree Course, Professor Poni,
by email or on whatsapp

Published on 04/26/2022
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