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Viticulture and Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities @Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy)

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Program Starts
September 2024


Join us for an insightful masterclass on “Viticulture and Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities”! Professor Stefano Poni, the Programme Coordinator of the MSc in Sustainable Viticulture and Enology at the prestigious Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, is set to deliver a compelling lecture. He will explore the multifaceted impact of climate change on viticulture, examining both the emerging challenges and the potential opportunities. Gain a deeper understanding of how viticulture professionals are adapting to rapidly changing environmental conditions and what this means for the future of the sector. This is a unique opportunity to interact with an experienced expert in the field, who brings a wealth of knowledge and insights. This masterclass represents a chance to engage with Cattolica, an institution renowned for its excellence in training skilled professionals in the realms of viticulture and enology.

Don’t miss this opportunity – register now for our masterclass!

You Will Learn

  • How climate change is impacting agribusiness, especially in the wine supply chain and which skills professionals need to address the new challenges.
  • How the MSc in Sustainable Viticulture and Enology can prepare you for the job market in this field.
  • All the opportunities to broaden your academic pathway with a Double Degree programme at ESA Anger (France)

Admission Requirements

B2 english level. Students need to hold an undergraduate degree in the fields of Agricultural and forestry sciences and technologies; Zootechnical sciences and technologies of animal production; Biotechnology; Biological Sciences; Sciences of territorial, urban, landscape and environmental planning; Agro-food sciences and technologies; Sciences and technologies for the environment and nature. We welcome applications from students with an academic background in Agricultural and food economics

Admission Deadline

9th May 2024 – non- EU students requiring a Visa. 27th June – EU students.


  • Stefano Poni

    Programme coordinator
  • Arianna Malavasi

    Moderator, Cattolica International
  • Riccardo Castellana