Search Master's Programs in Energy Engineering in Spain
Individuals who are dedicated to the environment and enjoy science and technology may be interested in studying energy engineering. This area of study provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to manage energy facilities, extract natural resources properly and develop technologies that lead to sustainable energy sources.
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Master Degree in Energy Engineering in Spain
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The Official Master's Degree in Electric Power Industry introduces students to the technical and economic aspects of this new sector over a one year period. Primarily based on basic engineering training, but also designed for students from other disciplines who are prepared to make an additional effort, Master's Degree students will gain in-depth knowledge of the economic, regulatory and technological foundations of new business areas as they are applied in companies and organizations in the sector. They will acquire direct experience of its application through one-to-one supervised work (the Master Project) in one of the organizations, companies or at the Institute for Research in Technology of our University.
The main goal of the Master's Degree in "Electrical Energy Conversion and Power Systems" is to train qualified experts in areas related to electrical energy management and power systems applied to renewable energies.
This Master aims to develop diverse competences in students related to the processes of generation, transformation and energy use and, specifically, in the research and development activities on more efficient technologies from the standpoints of energy saving, sustainable use of resources and of environmental preservation, with a view to its subsequent incorporation into engineering or ID departments of companies and entities of the energy sector, or to the elaboration of a doctoral thesis in said field.