Where is better to study a master in volcanology than in Napoli, a city sandwiched between Campi Flegrei and Vesuvius, two active volcanic areas, home to the first volcano observatory? Our partnership with INGV-Vesuvian Observatory offers great learning opportunities for postgraduate students.
Best study programme
For open-minded students who love volcanoes
You will be provided with the best study programme for open-minded students who love volcanoes and are keen to study them in Napoli, an open-air laboratory, home to the first volcano observatory in the world.
Theoretical and experimental knowledge and skills on the physical and chemical processes
The course equips you with in-depth theoretical and experimental knowledge and skills on the physical and chemical processes that control the behaviour of volcanoes and the related hazard. It provides you with a complete picture of the geological, geochemical, petrochemical and geophysical aspects, concerning both the dynamics of the volcano system and the monitoring of its activity.