Energy Technology, M.A.

  • N/A
    Application Deadline
  • 24 months
    Duration
  • 3366
    Tuition (Year)
    3366
    Tuition (Year)
  • Slovenian, English
    Language
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The fundamental objective the study program is to provide education and training to future employees in all commercial structures, non-commercial structures and public administration from Energy technology field. Future graduates should be able to master and solve issues related to their field of expertise and be able to implement them optimally in their organizations as energy systems. A further graduate will be able to design, lead, manage and maintain both small and the largest energy systems.
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  • Programme outline
  • Key facts
  • Admission requirements
  • Fees and funding

About

The energy technology 2nd degree Master's study programme builds upon the energy technology 1st degree academic higher education programme. Students will expand their knowledge in a wider field of expertise, gaining competences, including seeking new sources of knowledge in the professional and scientific field, the application of scientific research methods to a wide range of problems and in new or changed circumstances, undertaking responsibility for the management of the most complex operating systems and for the development of critical reflection as well as of social and communication skills for managing teamwork.

The basic goal of the energy technology Master’s study programme is the education and training of the development and managerial staff for all levels of economic and non-economic sectors and the public administration in the field of energy technology. These are the ones who must continuously master and resolve development issues in their own field, and who must be capable of implementing these into the optimal operation of their organisation as an energy system.

The goals of the study in terms of its content are oriented towards:
  • identification, analysis and organisation of energy systems, separately for each group: Hydro-energy, Thermo-energy, and Nuclear-energy Systems,
  • study of the most complex technical and technological operations and processes in an organisation, with an emphasis on the management of energy systems,
  • identification and consideration of ecologic standards, operations and activities in energy systems,
  • application of information management systems in energy systems,
  • understanding of the operation and management of an organisation as a system,
  • training for complex scientific research work in an interdisciplinary field of energy systems and energy technology,
  • training for further studies (Ph.D.).

Accreditation

The study programme has been accredited by the Slovene National Agency of Quality Assurance.

Programme Structure

The 2nd Degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to a Magister (Master) in Energy Technology is a two-year study programme (4 semesters/120 ECTS).
1st Semester:

- 7 Obligatory Subjects (30 ECTS)

2nd Semester:

- 2 Elective Moduless (each 15 ECTS). Each of elective module has 3 elective subjects.

3rd Semester:

- Elective subject 1 (3 ECTS)

- Elective subject 2 (3 ECTS)

- 1 Elective Modul (15 ECTS)

- Methods of research and development (9 ECTS)

4th Semester:

- Individual research work (10 ECTS)

- Master thesis (20 ECTS)

Detailed Programme Facts

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  • Credits (ECTS)
    120 ECTS
  • Duration full-time 24 months
  • Languages
    • Slovenian
    • Partially taught in English
  • Delivery mode
    On Campus
  • Educational variant Part-time, Full-time
  • Intensity Flexible

Academic Requirements

Candidates who completed the following may apply for the master’s (2nd - cycle) programme “Energy Technology”:
  • A bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme in a relevant field: 40 – science, 44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection;
  • A bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme in one of the following fields: ­­14 – teacher training and education science, 21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information, 34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 13 ECTS credits under the bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme, a training programme or by taking placement tests. Candidates must fulfil the following obligations: “Software for Power Engineering”, “Basic Principles of Energetic Systems”, “Environmental Protection”;
  • A bachelor’s vocational programmeadopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: 40 – science,44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection;
  • A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields: ­­14 – teacher training and education science,21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information,34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 13 ECTS credits under the bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme, a training programme or by taking placement tests. Candidates must fulfil the following obligations: “Software for Power Engineering”, “Basic Principles of Energetic Systems”, “Environmental Protection”;
  • An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: 40 – science, 44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection. These candidates are awarded 60 ECTS credits and may enrol in the second year provided they satisfy the transfer criteria laid down in the accredited degree programme;
  • An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields: ­­14 – teacher training and education science,21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information,34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. These candidates are awarded 44 ECTS credits and may enrol in the corresponding year;
  • A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: 40 – science,44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection. These candidates are typically awarded 60 ECTS credits and may enrol in the second year if they satisfy the transfer criteria laid down in the accredited study programme;
  • A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following field­­s: 14 – teacher training and education science, 21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information, 34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. These candidates are awarded 44 ECTS credits and may enrol in the corresponding year.

Tuition Fee Per Year

  • EUR 3366 International
  • EUR 3366 EEA

The amount of the tuition fee is set by the relevant educational institution and is the same as the tuition fee for part-time programmes for Slovene citizens. The tuition for the current academic year must be paid upon enrolment.

The list of tuition fees is available at: www.um.si/studij/financiranje/Strani/default.aspx

Foreign citizens residing in the Republic of Slovenia who are taxable persons in the RS (or their parents/guardians), EU citizens and citizens of countries with which the RS has concluded bilateral agreements are exempted from paying the tuition fee for full-time postgraduate programmes.

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