Master's Programme

Factsheet environmental and energy management

Programme overview

Program start and application deadline
Program start
1 September 2018
1 September 2019
Admission deadline
1 July 2018 (EU) 1 May 2018 (non-EU)
1 July 2019 (EU) 1 May 2019 (non-EU)
Admission requirements
Academic degree
Bachelor’s degree in Advanced Technology, Applied Physics, Business Management Studies, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Communication Science, Creative Technology, Electrical Engineering, Environment, Finance and Control, Health Sciences, Industrial Design, Industrial Design Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Management, Industrial Engineering and Management, International Business Administration, International Business and Languages, International Business and Management Studies, Management, Society and Technology, Psychology, Public Administration, Safety and Security Management, Technical Computer Science, University College Twente (ATLAS), Urban and Regional Planning
Academic Degree
Bachelor's degree in (related) natural, technical, environmental or social sciences. Other degrees when combined with relevant work experience.
Professional Experience
Recommended.
Knowledge Minimum
Basic understanding of chemistry (high school level). Good communication skills. Interest in environmental and energy issues.
Previous Education
At least a Bachelor's degree in a related discipline in the natural, technical, environmental or social sciences (if applicable, 2nd class or higher).
Tuition fees
2019 / 2020
full-time, institutional
€ 12.000
full-time, non-EU/EER tarif
€ 12.000
full-time, statutory tarif
€ 2.078
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