Are you interested in building a career in the field of Environmental, Energy or Water Management? And do you like to share and exchange knowledge with an international group of students? Then the Master of Environmental and Energy Management could be of interest for you.
The Master of Environmental and Energy Management programme (often referred to as ‘MEEM’) is a one-year, fulltime programme offered by CSTM – the Twente Centre for Studies in Technology and Sustainable Development at the University of Twente. Since the year 2000, many people have participated in the programme, representing over 40 nationalities.
focus and disciplines
The Master of Environmental and Energy Management deals with the various aspects involved in public or private environmental and energy management. The aim of the programme is to prepare future decision-makers in companies, government and non-governmental organisations to analyse and act in an environmentally pro-active way when deciding about policy, production and resource utilisation. The overall goal is to broaden the scope of knowledge and skills of participants, contributing to capacity building in the field of sustainable development
On our website you can find detailed information on, among other things, the master’s programme (programme structure, how to apply, requirements etc.), its alumni and their opinion about the programme, the organisers and their areas of expertise, and the location of the programme.
- Environmental Management
- Energy Management
- Water Governance
Please note that unfortunately it is not possible to apply for the MEEM using the online application tool (Osiris) on the general website of the University of Twente. Our apologies for this inconvenience. If you do want to apply online, then please scan the application form and the required documents and send them to us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information about the application procedure can be found here.
Tuition fee for the programme is EUR 12,500 for the year. This includes course materials, site visits and social events. It does not include living expenses like rent, insurance, food, pocket money and the costs for the visa and residence permit. It is the applicant’s own responsibility to raise these funds.