The pilot experience will contribute to test an educational path focused on the assessment of climate-related financial risks and the impact of decarbonizing energy production and portfolios at the company level, on the characteristics of risk-return and impact of green energy portfolios and the role of green financial instruments (e.g. green bonds). Thus, they will contribute to the understanding of the opportunities and challenges for specific types of energy business, with the aim to accelerate the transition to renewable energy in Europe. The results of relevant and recent top-level research on the topic will be delivered by academics with a strong track-record in quantitative finance and sustainability, and a strong network of contacts among policy-makers and regulators (i.e. central banks, development banks).
Based on the evidence coming from activities of WP2 and WP3, during the third year of the project will be implemented a pilot of the study plan involving the activation of the projected study plan inside the existent agreements (UNIBO, LMU, UEK). All the designing/piloting phases have been conceived in view of a final goal reached through a jointly management, QA plan and a development of a curriculum fully compliant to the Erasmus Mundus policy. More precisely, the EMJMDs features and the QA of Joint Programmes agreed standards will be inspiring for and referred to particularly when designing the following Master Course features in all the WPs concerned (WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5):
- Learning Outcomes
- Mobility Structure for Students and Teachers
- Study Programme (structure and content of the course, credits, ...)
- Admission requirements and selection Procedures principles, Recognitions and Qualifications frameworks
- Learning, Teaching and Assessment of Students principles
- Internal Quality Assurance monitoring processes