The world is becoming increasingly aware of the urgency of resolving the many issues associated with global energy consumption. It also seeks to address the threat of climate change caused by greenhouse gas emissions. Dealing with both of these crucial issues will require fundamental innovations effecting the world’s energy landscape.
The generation of energy from sustainable sources will be essential, especially when considering the determination in developed societies to maintain a high standard of living, and the aspirations in developing societies to adopt the energy-intensive lifestyles now prevalent in the developed world.Securing a sustainable energy future for all
Securing a sustainable energy future implies an energy revolution. A revolution that will require a new generation of specialised engineers and researchers capable of developing, optimising and integrating sustainable energy sources including solar power, wind power and energy from biomass. Research is also required on innovative batteries and the potential to exploit hydrogen as an energy source. New technologies need to be integrated into existing socio-technological networks, and research is required into new forms of energy distribution, new energy market structures and new means of intelligently satisfying the energy needs of complex modern societies.
MSc SET is a two-year Master’s course of 120 European Credits (EC) organised by 3TU.Education, the cooperation of Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology and the University of Twente.First year
The programme of the first year at TU Delft (60 EC) is made up of homologation courses, core courses including two laboratory courses and elective projects/courses.
The second year of MSc SET (60 EC) consists of graduation courses (15 EC) and the Master’s thesis project(45 EC).
Applicants with a BSc degree relevant to energy technology from an international university are eligible to apply for this programme. Eligible BSc degrees include:
No work experience is required.
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