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How to apply
How to apply
Join us in shaping the future of global energy. Find out how to apply for our unique program and kick start your career on to the path of entrepreneurship and engineering.
- Round 0: 29 October 2018 – 10 December 2018
- Round 1: 11 December 2018 – 22 February 2019
- Round 2: 25 February 2019 – 22 April 2019
Non-EU students, please note:
For programmes with a start date in Autumn 2019 or later, all non-EU students are strongly advised to apply in the first application round. Later applications may struggle to obtain a visa in time. All scholarships and fee waivers are awarded to applications made in round 0 and round 1 only.
Before you apply find out more about documents and specific requirements in REVIEW OF ADMISSION CRITERIA.
Do you think you have what it takes?
This programme focuses on the unique subject ‘Fossil and new-generation fuels’ combined with entrepreneurial skills and innovative thinking. Strong emphasis is placed on how to integrate chemical fuels with renewables to create high-efficiency sustainable power systems. Energy companies actively support this programme with internships, study visits and guest lectures from business specialists. This unique blend, together with the international environment, will help you throughout your professional career.
MSc Energy Transition primarily focuses on technologies that lead to the efficient thermal and chemical conversion of coal, with reduced pollutant emissions to air, water and land at all levels and stages of the operation, as well as the application of biomass or unconventional hydrocarbons, e.g. shale gas.
As a student, you will notice the active support of energy companies via programme content such as mandatory internships, guest lectures, study visits to modern energy installations and soft-skills training together with industry experts.
At the end of the programme you will have acquired a systematic, in-depth understanding of the principles and practices of all stages of power systems operation and implementation from technical, economical and judicial points of view.