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Page: https://www.hochschule-ruhr-west.de//study/degree-programmes/master/energy-systems-engineering-and-management/
Date: 04.03.2024, 01:55Clock

Energy Systems Engineering and Management


The global transition to clean energy is well underway. From Germany to China and countries all around the globe, governments, cities, towns, public institutions and progressive companies are leading the way to reduce their dependency on fossil fuels. Students in the master’s programme in Energy Systems Engineering and Management at Ruhr West explore technical and economic aspects of the clean energy revolution in a scientific and application-oriented way.

The energy industry is a key economic sector in industrialised societies. The necessary transformation of energy systems makes it even more important, especially when it comes to finding a good balance between society’s expectations of liberalisation and sustainability. Managers in a changing energy sector need professional qualifications that involve cross-sectional knowledge and an understanding of systems – from an engineering point of view as well as from a business point of view.

In the three-semester master’s programme in Energy Systems Engineering and Management at Ruhr West, students work on complex energy-related issues, observing technical and economic conditions and developing an understanding of innovative energy systems. The programme builds on Ruhr West’s undergraduate programme of the same name and is suitable for students with a bachelor’s degree in

  • Engineering and Management
  • Energy and Environmental Engineering
  • Energy Informatics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Energy and Water Management
  • comparable study programmes at other universities

This energy-related postgraduate degree in engineering and management is an inter- and transdisciplinary programme, as illustrated by the following contents:

  • Energy engineering and energy industry
  • Renewable energies
  • Energy networks and energy storage
  • Corporate development and controlling
  • Financial and risk management
  • Scientific simulation
  • Mathematics
  • Project work with a focus on both research and application

You can find more detailed information here (in German)

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Akademischer Grad Master of Engineering (M. Eng.)
Akkreditierung Der Studiengang ist akkreditiert!
Studienbeginn jeweils zum Sommer- und Wintersemester
Studienort Campus Bottrop
Regelstudienzeit 3 Semester
Fachbereich 1 Institut Energiesysteme und Energiewirtschaft
Studienvoraussetzungen Abschluss eines berufsqualifizierenden Studiums in einem ingenieur-
oder wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Studiengang. Dabei
müssen insgesamt mindestens 210 Credits und davon mindestens
30 Credits aus Modulen mit zumindest überwiegend ingenieurswissenschaftlichen
oder mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen
Inhalten erworben worden sein. Da der Masterstudiengang
90 Credits umfassen wird, können Bachelorabsolventinnen
und -absolventen, die weniger als 210 Credits vorweisen können,
definierte Module (learning agreements) nachholen. Damit ist
sichergestellt, dass nach Abschluss des Masterstudiengangs 300
Credits erreicht sind. Weitere Voraussetzungen lesen Sie in der Prüfungsordnung.
Zulassungsbeschränkung ja, Orts-NC
  Jetzt bewerben

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Julian Tornow
Lehrgebiet: Energiespeicher

Institut Energiesysteme und Energiewirtschaft
Lützowstraße 5, 46236 Bottrop

Phone: +49 208 88254-844
Fax: +49 208 88254-869

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