FH Burgenland

Sustainable Energy Systems

  • DI
  • German
  • 4 Semester
  • Pinkafeld
  • 30 Places

With the Master's programme, we pursue the goal of training engineers to independently develop, assess and implement solutions in the field of sustainable energy systems. This is the right degree programme for you if you want to help shape this promising field.

Highlights

  • Initial study phase depending on prior knowledge: students bring their competences from business OR technology and get to know the respective other discipline in depth
  • Broad education and training in the field of renewable energies
  • Individual opportunities to deepen knowledge through interdisciplinary projects
  • Laboratory exercises enable theoretically acquired knowledge to be applied practically

Occupational fields

Potential employers are all companies and organisations in the private and public sector that deal with the integration of sustainable energy sources in energy supply and optimisations in the field of energy efficiency, such as energy suppliers, operators of energy technology plants, energy agencies and NGOs, research and development companies, plant manufacturers for renewable energy projects, etc.

The field of activity will be in the area of renewable energies, such as hydropower, biomass, wind power, solar energy:

Project development
Project manager, person responsible for processes

Consultancy and public relations
Expert in the whole range of the subject area

Research and development
Researcher on sustainable energy topics

Entry requirements

The technical admission requirement for studying on the Master's degree programme "Sustainable Energy Systems" at a university of applied sciences is the completion of at least 6 semesters of technical or natural science studies at a university of applied sciences or university or the completion of at least 6 semesters of studies at an educational academy, whereby knowledge had to be acquired as part of the studies that is necessary for the basic technical understanding, which is a prerequisite for the Master's degree programme "Sustainable Energy Systems" (such as mathematics, biology and environmental studies or physics and chemistry).

The entrance requirements can also be fulfilled by completing an equivalent degree at a recognised domestic or foreign post-secondary educational institution.

Appointment

Application mode:
apply online at http://www.fh-burgenland.at/anmeldung

Application time:
31 st May

Admission procedure:
Candidates are invited for an interview

Start of studies:
September

Tuition fee:
no tuition fees

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