COAST- Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research

European Renewable Energy Centres (EUREC)

This internationally oriented master’s programme is organised on an European level by the European Renewable Energy Centres (EUREC) Agency and is currently hosted by 8 universities in 5 European countries. The postgraduate studies (three terms) starts annually in October and consists of three stages: Basics of Renewable Energies (sun, wind, water and biomass) are synchronised offered at the universities in Loughborough (UK, in English), Ecole de Mines (F, in French), Zaragoza (E, in Spanish) and in Oldenburg (D, in English). After an obligatory change of university students specialise in the area of Photovoltaics (U Northumbria, UK), Solar Energy in the Built Environment (U of Athens, GR), Hybrid Systems (U Kassel, D), Bioenergy (U of Zaragoza, E) and Wind Energy (Nat Tech U of Athens, GR). At this stage all lectures are held in English. A master thesis project completes the programme.

Conditions for admission
  • A BSc degree in engineering or natural sciences
Further informationation
  • Duration of studies: 3 terms, each at a different university in Europe
  • Final degree: Master of Science
  • Tuition fees: 7,300 Euro/ term for students from an EU country, 11,500 Euro/ term for students from a non-EU country
    (http://www.master.eurec.be/en/About-the-Master/FAQ/#C1)

Language of instruction

  • English
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Contact

Michael Golba
Tel. +49-(0)441-798-3546