Iceland, being a volcanic island in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, gets 80% of its energy from a utilization of geothermal and hydroelectric resources. Engineers and scientists in Iceland have for decades worked on solving problems relating to the harnessing, utilization and technologies needed for sustainability of these energy sources.
- Hydroelectric Engineering at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Geothermal Science at the Faculty of Earth Sciences
- Electrical Power Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Geothermal Engineering at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science
- Energy Economics, Policy and Sustainability Interdisciplinary
- Renewable energy: introduction
- Groundwater Hydrology
- Solid Earth Geochemistry
- Magmas in the crust
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before , National
- Deadline passed, International
- Apply before , EEA/EU
- Nordic citizens are exempt and may apply for graduate studies until 15 April and for undergraduate studies until 5 June.
- Non EEA: 1 November
DisciplinesEnergy & Power Engineering Sustainable Energy View 3 other Masters in Sustainable Energy in Iceland
- Curriculum vitae (CV)
- Statement of purpose
- Scanned transcripts
- English Language Proficiency Requirement
- Pdf scan of your passport
- Statement of Purpose
InternationalFreeTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 0 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 0 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
- University of Iceland does not charge tuition fees, but the annual registration fee is currently ISK 75,000(535EUR)
- Spring semester registration fee: ISK 55,000.
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