The two-year, English-taught Master’s in Sustainable Energy Technology is an internationally oriented programme that starts in September. You can start the pre-master's programme in September. Read more about the Master's programme, pre-Master's programme and admission. You can also see information on career prospects and read some student testimonials. Want to get a feel for the programme? Sign up to be a student for a day!
The Master’s programme in Sustainable Energy Technology (SET) enables you to become an engineer with in-depth knowledge on renewable energy technologies.
Focus and Disciplines
The world is becoming acutely aware of the urgent need to resolve the many issues associated with energy consumption and climate change. Limited availability of fossil fuels and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions call for fundamental innovations in the global energy landscape. Sustainable energy and renewable energy technologies, such as bio-energy, solar energy, wind energy and hydrogen, play a key role in tackling these issues, especially given people’s determination to maintain or improve their living standards. This requires experts who combine specialist knowledge with broader social awareness to deliver high-tech solutions with a human touch.
Research and Specialization
The master’s programme in Sustainable Energy Technology is interlinked with leading research in developing, optimizing and integrating renewable energy sources such as solar, windwater, biomass and innovative energy technology such as fuel cells and smart grids.
Why opt for Sustainable Energy Technology?
New technologies have to be integrated into existing socio-technological networks. Tomorrow’s engineers and researchers will explore new forms of energy distribution, new energy market structures and smarter ways to satisfy the demands of our complex society.
The Master’s programme in Sustainable Energy Technology fulfils a growing need for energy specialists who have technological expertise backed up by a firm understanding of economics, policy and innovation.