The HAW Hamburg is a key player in the city’s energy cluster and renewable energy engineering is a major discipline supported by teaching and research at the university’s energy campus.
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The international Master's programme in Renewable Energy Systems - Environmental and Process Engineering at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences looks at the technology and engineering of wind, solar and bio-energy systems as well as downstream systems for energy transformation and distribution. The programme’s focus is on systems engineering. In addition, graduates learn the techniques of process simulation and can also develop their business and management skills. The programme is made up of two semesters of theory and practical lab work and a six-month Master’s thesis in industry.
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences has strong roots in teaching and research in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency. We cover various aspects of renewable energy system engineering from solar power to bio energy, wind turbines, fuels cells and smart grids etc. Many research projects on energy technology are related to the university’s Competence Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CC4E) and our new Energy Technology Center. Students will profit from state-of-the-art expertise.
- Numerical Mathematics
- Wind Energy
- Solar Energy
- Solar Energy - Converter
- 18 months
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DisciplinesEnvironmental Engineering Sustainable Energy View 17 other Masters in Environmental Engineering in Germany
- First degree as Bachelor (in related disciplines) qualifying for a professional career or a comparable course of studies or a Diploma of a university with 210 CP
- Knowledge of English language proven by Abitur - or Fachhochschulzeugnis (s. Auswahlordnung) or accepted certificates: TOEFL-test (at least 87 points internet-based), IELTS (minimum Band 5.5) or CAE, CPE, FCE (minimum C) or certificates about good performance in foreign countries
- German language certificate level A2 by acknowledged institutions like Goethe-Institut
- Applicants holding a first academic degree (bachelor, diploma etc.) from non-EU-countries: Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
InternationalFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per semester during 18 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per semester during 18 months.
Semester contribution €340.40
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