In recent years, research on wind energy has accelerated, and new developments in efficient and costeffective ways of harnessing wind energy are making it increasingly attractive and competitive. The European Wind Energy Master is an Erasmus Mundus MSc degree programme that is built upon a body of emerging research that has the potential to shape the future of the wind energy sector.
In preparing engineers for a truly global sector, one of the programmeís goals is to train professionals to become resourceful problem solvers who are capable of collaborating with colleagues across cultural divides. Students acquire knowledge in the theoretical and applied sciences that underlie wind energy systems, in addition to specific competences that they will need in order to function in your chosen area of specialisation. Upon successful completion of the programme, students are awarded a double MSc degree: one diploma from each of two partner universities, depending upon the specialisations that they follow.
Engineering specialisationsEWEM offers four specialisations along the energy conversion chain, each with two or three areas of focus. The four specialisations that are offered are:
As an EWEM student, you will spend your time at least at two of the four different partner universities. The possibility exists to complete your internship and conduct part of your thesis work with one of our more than 40 partner organisations, ranging from industrial firms to other universities and research institutions.
Four tracks of specialization: the EWEM is divided in four tracks (specializations), along the energy conversion chain: Wind Physics, Rotor Design, Electric Power Systems and Offshore Engineering, transversally connected by its application to Wind Energy Technology.
To expose the student to the state-of-the-art and new challenges in Wind Energy, the programme is complemented by the EWEM Summer/Spring school event, regular EWEM guest lectures and symposia by guest lecturers from associated partners.
EWEM track structure: each EWEM is a two-year joint programme (120 ECTS) with seven distinct elements:
What is required to be considered for admission to an MSc programme? Please note: if you do not meet all the formal requirements, it is no use applying.
Please note: if you have not graduated yet your CGPA must meet the requirements at the time of application.
Only nationals from the USA, U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada are exempt from the proof of English language proficiency requirement. Applicants who obtained a bachelors degree in one of the mentioned countries, are also exempt from the proof of English language proficiency requirement.
Certificates older than two years are not accepted. As the whole process of collecting information, registering for the tests and receiving the test results may take several months, we advise you to register for the IELTS or TOEFL several months before starting your application.
It is allowed to send us a copy of your test results, please check the application documents for detailed information.
If you have not yet graduated or do not have work experience, you need to provide two letters from professors or assistant professors from the faculty at which you are studying.
No work experience is required.
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