An energy program teaches students about the ways in which the world’s need and demand for power are met. Studies may focus on one particular resource or cover the development of alternatives. Sustainable sources may be explored as well.
Master of Science (MSc) in Energy Studies in Europe
This Master's program raises the fundamental questions of what sustainable energy might be and what a low carbon transition might look like from different perspectives.
This Master's program raises the fundamental questions of what sustainable energy might be and what a low carbon transition might look like from different perspectives.
The program is highly relevant to both the public sector and the private sector. Knowledge of sustainable development, energy, and environmental challenges are expected to increase sharply in the future. Such social change also requires new ways of thinking. In-depth knowledge in these areas will, therefore, be on high demand. The multidisciplinary approach of this master will undoubtedly strengthen the relevance of social science graduates for both the public and private sectors.
Through this program, students will gain advanced knowledge of national and international energy politics and policy and, among other things, analyze the relationships between energy, risk, societal safety, and sustainable development....
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki - School of Geology
This postgraduate course is a two-year, full-time, multidisciplinary course covering a range of earth science, engineering, economics and related subjects, and their appl
This course is a two-year, full-time multidisciplinary programme covering a wide range of earth science, engineering and economics subjects applied to hydrocarbon exploration and production. Leads to a Master degree in Hydrocarbon Exploration and Exploitation.
The program enjoys close links with the Hellenic Petroleum Industry, which provides data for use in the courses, presentations to supplement course material and help the students to conduct their internships and their individual research projects with an industry host.
Four Hellenic Universities are involved:
School of Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Coordination),
School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens,
Faculty of Geology and Geo-Environment, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens,
School of Economics, Democritus University of Thrace.
Business Engineering Energy is a new master program within Campus El Gouna. The first intake will start in 2016, consequently. You could be one of the first graduates of
Master of Science in Business Engineering Energy
The Master's degree program in Business Engineering Energy
If you are a holder of a bachelor degree or you have equivalent qualifications in Engineering and you are searching for an outstanding master program, Campus El Gouna of Technische Universität Berlin is an excellent choice for you.
Business Engineering Energy is a new master program within Campus El Gouna. The first intake will start in 2016, consequently. You could be one of the first graduates of this program. The energy engineering field is a challenging and modern topic for study, practical work and research. The Master program Business Engineering Energy (MBE) is adjusted to the strong demand for engineers with a convincing technical background but also managerial skills and knowledge of today's’ economy. In the energy sector, this need is particularly strong as the gap between technical and economic feasibility is a growing challenge. In other words, as MBE is especially accustomed to the energy industry it is unique in its kind. Energy economic challenges are of particular significance in the MENA region. The off-shore Campus El Gouna brings together the education of TU Berlin Professors and staff to a research hub in the MENA region....
Are you interested in solving environmental challenges due to the nuclear industry and waste management? There is an urgent need for university-trained candidates within
Are you interested in solving environmental challenges due to the nuclear industry and waste management? There is an urgent need for university-trained candidates within nuclear sciences, including radioecology.
What can you use this qualification for?
You will qualify for a wide range of positions related to authorities responsible for the national legislation and the nuclear energy industry e.g., within governments, services, development projects, technical support and consultancy, environmental protection as well as within institutions responsible for research and education.
What will you learn?
Radioecology is a key research area ranging from nuclear sources to impact and risk assessments and radiation protection. Your learning will be based on lectures, laboratory work, group work, real-life case studies and thematic thesis with an interdisciplinary approach, and through reflection on links between real-life situations and theory....
The master's programme Renewable Energy Online (REO) qualifies you in the field of renewable energy technologies, systems, and sustainability. REO is an English-language,
Renewable energy plays an ever increasing role in worldwide energy supply. Experts are requested all over the world for the rearrangement of existing energy supply systems as well as for the development and implementation of new innovative and sustainable energy systems.
What are the main challenges for future energy supply? Which technologies are most relevant? What kind of knowledge and skills are specially required?
Those are the questions we asked international students and graduates from Renewable Energy Master programmes. Have a look at their answers and get an impression of our new Renewable Energy Online (REO) programme:
REO at a Glance:
The REO master's programme qualifies you in the field of renewable energy technologies, systems and sustainability. REO is aiming for engineers and natural scientists with a first university degree and at least one year of professional experience. It is an English-language, part-time study programme, which is especially suitable for students who are not able to study in Germany, e.g. due to job obligations or family duties....
Petroleum Engineering postgraduate program of the Technical University of Crete is a one-year, full-time program, designed to provide students with a scientific backgroun
Master’s of Science (MSc) degree in Petroleum Engineering
In 2019/2020, the best ten applicants from Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, and North Macedonia are accepted without tuition fees.
Call for Applications for the 2019-2020 academic year
Following the successful operation of the Postgraduate Program in “Petroleum Engineering” in the last 5 years, the School of Mineral Resources Engineering of the Technical University of Crete (Greece) invites applications to the Program for the academic year 2019-2020.
The Program aims to provide graduate students with a scientific background and applied knowledge in the fields of oil and natural gas exploration and production, and it leads to a Master’s of Science (MSc) degree in Petroleum Engineering....
This is a 1-year full-time M.Sc. level course worth 90 ECTs, jointly taught between the Schools of Physics, Chemistry and Natural Science. The aim is to provide students
This is a 1-year full-time M.Sc. level course worth 90 ECTs, jointly taught between the Schools of Physics, Chemistry and Natural Science. The aim is to provide students with a science, engineering or another appropriate background, with broad knowledge and experience of the science and application of both conventional and sustainable energy technologies. The connection between physics, chemistry, earth science and economics determines how energy is utilised, the environmental consequences of its use, and in turn, determines many government policies across the globe. A working understanding of each of these areas is necessary for students inspired to pursue a career in the energy sector, or for those interested in communicating or managing the environment's impact of the worlds energy use, such as climate change....
This Master develops fundamental scientific, technical and industrial knowledge of the different nuclear technologies used in the medical field. It has a particular focus
SNEAM - NUclear Technologies for Medical Applications. This specialty develops fundamental scientific, technical and industrial knowledge of the different nuclear technologies used in the medical field. It has a particular focus on the safety and radioprotection, to be considered in the management of a large project in this field.
Acquire the basic scientific knowledge relative to nuclear technologies, necessary for understanding their utility and danger in medical applications.
Develop competencies in beams production and qualification.
Master the operational techniques and strategies for the management of a project in nuclear medicine. Implement appropriate solutions through projects in/with industry.
Develop competencies in radioprotection and nuclear waste management in the medical environment.
Build contacts with a large number of international key players in the field.
Develop an awareness of societal considerations related to nuclear medicine.
Technological development offers new possibilities to make people's daily lives more healthy, safe, understandable, independent, fun and comfortable.
Technological development offers new possibilities to make people's daily lives more healthy, safe, understandable, independent, fun and comfortable. New technologies provide us, for instance, with energy-friendly and sustainable solutions to improve the environment in which we live as well as tools for elderly people to live longer on their own. Furthermore, new technologies provide us with new means of communication and new ways of entertainment. Examples are smartphones, ambient intelligence and smart homes, online shopping and communities, 3D television and renewable energy technologies like hydrogen technology and biomass.
For these technologies to be really successful, people will need to be able to use them properly as well as trust, accept and adopt them. As a Human-Technology Interaction engineer, you are typically concerned with topics that require a profound understanding of both the human and technological aspects. You will learn about usability, ergonomics, perception, cognition, decision making, social psychology, consumer behavior and environmental psychology. Simultaneously, as a Human-Technology Interaction engineer, you will need a thorough understanding of technology. Therefore, a substantial part of the Master’s Program will consist of engineering courses in the area of your interest....
The Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech)
We train a new generation of scientists and engineers capable of dealing with the key challenges of the oil and gas sector, and creating innovative solutions for enhanced
We train a new generation of scientists and engineers capable of dealing with the key challenges of the oil and gas sector, and creating innovative solutions for enhanced oil recovery from the existing sources and development of unconventional and hard-to-recover reserves. The program combines high-level engineering training with the teaching of mathematical modeling and data analysis and gaining field experience through research and industry projects.
Modes and duration: 2 years (full-time)
Tuition fees: no tuition fees for those who successfully pass the selection
The MSc program is 2 years long: the first year is to strengthen your theoretical background, and the second year is to focus on research. Students have the freedom to choose courses and extracurricular activities to shape their individual trajectory, acquire soft skills, and gain entrepreneurial skills to prepare for job placement....
Energy is becoming more and more a major cost factor for all the players in the energy business due to increased worldwide consumption on the one hand and on the other ha
Energy is becoming more and more a major cost factor for all the players in the energy business due to increased worldwide consumption on the one hand and on the other hand a need to restrict the production of greenhouse gases.
By 2030, the world's energy needs are expected to be 50% greater than today. Nowadays, much of this energy comes from non-renewable sources, such as fossil fuels- coal, oil and gas. These fuels are being used faster rate than they are produced and may be unavailable for future generations. At the same time, there is a need for a 25% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 to avoid serious changes in the Earth's climate system.
In 2009 TalTech University launched in cooperation with University of Tartu a joint master programme Materials and Processes of Sustainable Energetics which teaches different sustainable energy methods....
Graduates from Nuclear Power Engineering possess a vast knowledge of general mathematics, thermodynamics, mechanics of solids, mechanics of fluids, environment protection
Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering
Master of Science in Engineering
1.5-year or 2- years graduate courses are offered in the area of:
Aerospace Engineering (1.5-year)- with PEGASUS excellence diploma
Power Engineering (1.5-year) Nuclear Power Engineering (2-years) Robotics (2-years)
All programmes provide students with advanced theory and engineering methods. Students learn about recent achievements in their fields of study as well as about methods and tools that prepare them for management positions in industry or research areas. The last semester of the programme is dedicated to solving a research problem. The problem statement and solution are the elements of the M.Sc. thesis which is submitted at the end of studies....
The part-time MSc Renewable Energy Systems is the first cross-border program in Europe dealing with the future issues of alternative energy production. Since 2005, TU Wie
Master of Science in Renewable Energy Systems (MSc)
This Master Program is unique throughout Europe's postgraduate education landscape. It is the first cross-border course dealing with the future issues of alternative energy production.With this comprehensive education in the field of renewable energy, you acquire knowledge and competence for the design of plants for the use of renewable energy sources from an economic and legal point-of-view, the operation of plants and the future assessment of environmental, technical and economic developments of renewable energy systems.
Final Degree "Master of Science" (MSc) granted by the TU Wien
What will the future bring in terms of energy? Will we produce electricity from renewable sources such as the wind and sun? Will nuclear energy make a comeback? What will
What will the future bring in terms of energy? Will we produce electricity from renewable sources such as the wind and sun? Will nuclear energy make a comeback? What will power cars in the future and what will their engines look like? The liberalization of energy markets is causing a genuine techno-economic revolution. The greenhouse gas issue threatens our way of life. Guaranteeing a (sustainable) supply of energy is a challenge for all mankind. These phenomena make the subject of energy highly topical.
What's the Master of Engineering: Energy all about?
The program addresses every multidisciplinary aspect of energy. There is extensive coverage of the possibilities and limitations of the various energy technologies, but also of the environmental consequences and economic aspects....
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas
The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education.
The entrance requirements of the programs have been defined in a way which also allows someone having a B.Sc. in another engineering area, physics, mathematics or computer science to join the M.Sc. programs while fulfilling a few additional requirements.
In the M.Sc. curriculum, there are 30 credit points which are dedicated to the final project. This can be completed in two semesters (Final Project A and Final Project B). It is a prerequisite that at least 55 credit points, as well as any “supplemental” subjects, be completed prior to beginning the Final Project A. In order to begin the Final Project B, it is required that the student finish – excluding the elective subjects – 79 credit points worth of the M.Sc. subjects found in the curriculum....