10 March, 2022 - On the occasion of the opening day of the XIV edition of Masters in Homeland Security dell 'Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma, Teo Luzi, General Commander of the Carabinieri Corps, received the "Sine Cura" award conferred for merits achieved in the field of security and intelligence. Prof Marcella Trombetta, scientific coordinator of the Master. At the opening of Masters in Homeland Security, which this year too will take place in mixed in-person and remote mode, was attended by the president ofUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma Carlo Tosti and the prof. Roberto Setola, scientific director of the Master, as well as a representation of students.

The appointment was also the occasion for the signing of the agreement between the University and the Arma dei Carabinieri for the promotion of training and orientation curricular internships at the structures and offices of the Carabinieri. One more opportunity for students UCBM to carry out training periods which will simplify professional choices and favor their entry into the world of work. According to a survey carried out in 2021 among all students of previous editions of the Master in Homeland Security, confirmed by the opinion of the scientific committee of the course, the Commander General Teo Luzi was the figure with the most votes. In fourteen years of activity the Master has trained and sent to work over 250 high-value figures today active in the most important Italian industrial realities where they guarantee the safety of the infrastructures and the continuity of services.

"The award we are conferring today on the Commander General of the Carabinieri, Teo Luzi, reaffirms the fundamental role of the Carabinieri in the national security system – has ofchiarato the prof. Roberto Setola, scientific director of the Master -  In a dramatic period like the one we are experiencing, attention to safety and security issues is at the highest levels. Energy, critical infrastructures, cybersecurity are some of the topics that we place at the center of our educational offer and on which we bring together students, professionals, companies and institutions. For fourteen years we have been building and keeping alive a network of skills that from the Master in Homeland Security radiate into the world of public and private companies and the country's institutions."

"In the ringration theUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma for the awarding of the prestigious "Sine Cura" award of the Master in Homeland Security - said Gen. Luzi - I would like to underline how this recognition actually belongs to all the Carabinieri for the great work they carry out every day in the service of the country's security. In fact, I welcome the "sine cura" award by virtue of the "cum cura" action of each Carabiniere whom I ideally represent, i.e. that citizens can count on an institution which is delegated the task of taking care of and pre-taking care of them and their safety. A task entrusted to the Arma for more than two hundred years not only in traditional fields, but also in more current ones, such as cybersecurity, the digital world, energy, the environment, health, food safety and cultural protection . The Arma is particularly pleased to be able to promote training and orientation curricular internships with the University at its offices

In its history theUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma has always given space to safety issues, within its degree courses as well as in clinical and food safety, dedicating teaching and scientific research spaces. The Masters in Homeland Security it is divided into teaching activities, training internships and project work for a total of 60 credits (ECTS) and a total of 1500 hours.

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