Engineering Systems - Sustainable Energy Track



Type of DegreeMSc

EU FeesEUR 2,314


Cost non-EUEUR 8,798

From September 2018, HAN University of Applied Sciences will start offering the "Sustainable Energy" track to students of the Master's programme "Engineering Systems". The specialisation is geared towards developing engineers with a strong understanding of sustainable and renewable energy systems and the skills to apply it successfully to fulfil the world's future energy requirements.

Following an applied technical approach, you will learn how engineering can be used to tackle energy challenges. In particular, the track trains you to:

  • Explore ways for energy systems to work more efficiently on their own and with each other.
  • Optimise energy systems across multiple pathways and scales
  • Increase reliabily, reduce cost and minimise the environmental impacts of energy systems.

Career prospects

You may work on the development of technology, models and smart control of sustainable systems for energy generation, storage or distribution at local, regional or international level. You may be employed by SMEs, grid operators, energy providers and governments to develop innovative energy systems or have a role towards maintaining the energy balance on an international level.

Entry requirements

The course is open to anyone with a Bachelor's degre in Engineering or a related technical discipline and a minimum GPA of 2.8 out of 4.0.

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