Magister (Masterstudiengang), Master Engineering Systems: Sustainable Energy

HAN University of Applied Sciences

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This Mastertrack deals with sustainable and renewable energy systems and how to apply these successfully to meet future energy requirements.

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3 Semester
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15 August 2019
2,083 euro per year
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This Masters track deals with sustainable and renewable energy

systems and how to apply these successfully to fulfil our future energy

requirements. The programme has an applied technical approach,

using engineering to deal with energy challenges. You explore how

energy systems can work more efficiently. The focus here is on

optimising energy systems across multiple pathways and scales, to

increase the reliability, reduce the cost and minimise the environmental

impacts of our energy systems.


Research in the Masters track in Sustainable Energy focuses on the interface between energy and mobility,

thus contributing to two key priorities at HAN: sustainable development and automotive applications.

In the area of sustainable development, the research group works in close cooperation with the Sustainable Electrical Energy Centre of Expertise (SEECE). SEECE contributes to high-quality energy education and translates knowledge into commercially viable products and services through applied research and collaboration with regional companies in the energy business.


As a sustainable energy systems engineer, you will have an active role in the transition towards a

sustainable energy system. You will work on the development of technology, models and smart control

of sustainable systems for energy generation, storage or distribution at local, regional or (inter)national level.

Teaching methods

The academic year comprises of semesters, during which you will be taught by means of lectures, lab sessions, and minor projects. After the teaching component of the course, you will do a graduation project (thesis). The total study load is 2520 hours (90 ECTS credits). The courses are thematically grouped into study units of 15 EC each called modules. When you follow a module in a typical week you first have a lecture to gain theoretical knowledge, then you get practical experience by applying the gained knowledge in labs, continuing by using both theoretical and practical experience in solving a problem from industry in a minor project. The minor projects allow you to specialize in relevant topics.

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