Sustainable energy systems are necessary to overcome the problems related to energy supplies and climate change in the world. Do you want to work with energy conversion technologies and systems for enhancing sustainable development?
The master programme in Sustainable Energy Systems will provide you with state-of-the-art knowledge within this important area. You will learn about technologies for utilizing the sun, wind and biomass as energy sources. The production of power and heat by way of energy conversion based on steam and gas turbine processes also falls within the scope of this programme. Furthermore, you will learn about performance analyses of different energy systems and process integration. Mathematical methods for the optimization, modelling and simulation of energy systems are also included in the programme.
This master programme is hosted by the Mälardalen Energy Research and Optimization (MERO) group, which together with strategic partners is one of the leading research groups focusing on energy and process optimization in Sweden. We transfer the latest research results to the education in the master programme. Our students are thus well prepared for a future career at the forefront of the technological development in energy engineering and research.
Employment and Future Prospects
This education will give you the tools to contribute to the ongoing transition from fossil to renewable energy resources and the increased requirements for energy efficiency. Future employers are primarily in energy companies, consulting firms and public organizations such as municipalities and government agencies. After your degree you will be able to work in a wide range of positions from project manager to plant engineer within the energy area. It is also possible to continue your career as a researcher by applying for postgraduate studies after your degree.
Total programme fee: 270000 SEK
The programme comprises 90 ECTS credits of theoretical courses as well as a second-cycle independent (degree) project in Energy Engineering comprising 30 credits.
International Energy Systems, 7.5 credits
Introduction to Sustainable Energy Systems, 7.5 credits
Process Modelling, 7.5 credits
Process Optimisation, 7.5 credits
Process Simulation, 7.5 credits
Numerical Methods, 7.5 credits
Applied Matrix Analysis, 7.5 credits
Programming, 7.5 credits
Degree Project, 30 credits
Sustainable Energy Systems, 30 credits
All the programmes require a completed Bachelor’s Degree as the primary prerequisite. Some require deep knowledge in the major subject area; others require a bachelor in a broader defined area, such as technology.
You must submit official documents of proficiency in English - i.e. TOEFL (PBT) at least 575, TWE score 4.5, (iBT) at least 90, TWE score 20 or IELTS test score for academic purposes with an overall band score of minimum 6.5 and no section below 5.5. For exemptions from these requirements see under related links to the right.
Institution code of University admissions in Sweden is SWEDEN 9520.
If you are finishing your degree at the moment and will be unable to submit a degree diploma before the application deadline you must submit a statement from your university stating your current study progress.
No work experience is required.
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