Aimed at true sustainable energy enthusiasts, the Master's program SELECT maps out the route from basic renewable energy sources to future energy systems, fostering thought on global responsibility on the way. Minimal environmental impact is always the target, throughout the whole energy conversion chain from primary source (sun, moon, geothermal) to the delivered service.
Before any sustainable energy service is delivered, its complete environmental footprint must be considered. The Master's program SELECT starts from the concept of basic renewable energy sources and considers the pathways towards a future sustainable energy system. SELECT provides you with the high competence and qualified engineering skills you need to make a difference in this vital field.
The Master's program SELECT is a track within our Sustainable Energy Technology program. A joint program run by top European universities, its close collaboration with industrial partners makes it a unique learning experience. Moreover, our strong international mobility concept allows you to spend two years in two different universities and take an internship in a third country.
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