Engineering School News

Last call to apply for the MSc Renewable Energy Systems Program-Start 2020

In just over a month, the MSc Renewable Energy Systems will start classes for its 16th edition on the 23rd of July, 2020. This program gives students an in-depth look into all renewable energy sources, their unique challenges and innovations, a look at dealing with renewables from an economic, financial and legal standpoint and strengthens their knowledge through excursions and two Country Modules.

Symbol Picture of Renewable Energy Plants

Despite the Corona Crises and its effect of lowering carbon emissions for a short time, the level of CO2 in the air just hit a 3 million year high. This is alarming news, which just proves the immense need for educated experts who might be able to turn this horrific trend around.

Because of the current situation, the first two summer modules will be held online, with the possibility of doing so for the time after that, if necessary. That enables our very international students to attend classes even if they are not able to travel to Vienna yet. Our expert lecturers will hold their presentations via videoconferencing tools.

Apart from classes we are offering networking events on a regular basis, so the students can get to know each other, the program team and the lecturers.

To get more information on the program attend our next online info session on the 16th of June at 06:00 pm (Registration Link below). During the session, the academic director and the program manager will present all the information concerning the program and application and will be able to answer any questions from participants.

To register for the ONLINE Info Session click here: https://cec.tuwien.ac.at/en/events/cal-event/idx-6001/, opens an external URL in a new window

To visit the program website click here: https://newenergy.tuwien.ac.at/en/, opens an external URL in a new window

MSc Renewable Energy Systems
Program Start:
July 23, 2020
Application Deadline: June 30, 2020
Language: English
Duration: 4 semesters (2 years)
Structure: part-time in modules