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Energy Engineering & Management

  • Abschluss Master
  • Dauer 4 Semester
  • Art Berufsbegleitendes Präsenzstudium

Do you want to play an active role in shaping the energy transformation and play a responsible and pioneering role in the increasing call for sustainable energy generation and smart distribution? Then the Master’s program Energy Engineering & Management is the right choice for you.

The master's program in Energy Engineering & Management is focused on professionals working in companies that deal with the generation, transportation, distribution, storage, and sale of energy, working for their suppliers, and working in industrial sectors that heavily rely on energy. Graduates of the program stand out due to an extensive knowledge of present and future technologies for new energy systems. They can significantly participate in the successful introduction of new sustainable energy systems and to appraise and adequately evaluate not only sustainability but also aspects of operating efficiency, availability, and safety.

In addition to the engineering expertise, the program in Energy Engineering & Management shares five management modules with other master's programs. This fosters networking across industries and provides the participants with general knowledge in finance, accounting, marketing, international multi-project management, international law, and human resource management. Therefore, participants can consider the commercial implications of project decisions.

Internationalization and mobility are key factors of the Master's program, as the energy sector operates internationally. Therefore, an exchange management module with the globally renowned business school ESADE in Barcelona, Spain, is part of the program.

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Studienverlauf

The part-time master program is organized in 10 modules over a period of 15 months. It consists of five engineering modules and five management modules, each lasting two weeks. The time between modules is typically spent at the participant’s workplace. This allows participants to focus either entirely on their studies or on their jobs, and to continue with their demanding careers while acquiring new skills.

In addition, the program concludes with a Master's thesis, which the participants can either carry out in their company in cooperation with an institute of KIT in the form of an innovative project or only with one of the KIT institutes. The program completes with a Master of Science (M. Sc.) from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with 90 ECTS.

Schwerpunkte

Focus Points Engineering Modules:

  • Power Generation (Solar, Thermal, Wind, Biomass, Gas, Coal)
  • Energy Storage (Batteries, Thermal, Hydrogen, Fuel)
  • Smart Grids & Buildings
  • Power-to-X & X-to-Power

Focus Points Management Modules:

  • Marketing & Information
  • Finance & Value
  • Decisions & Risk
  • Corporate Innovation & Intrapreneurship (at ESADE, Barcelona)
  • Strategy & People

Besonderheiten

The HECTOR School maintains a fruitful collaboration with leading research institutions and universities worldwide. One of the management modules in the master’s program Energy Engineering & Management takes place at the renowned business school ESADE in Barcelona, Spain.

Zugangsvoraussetzungen & Studiengebühren

Zugangsvoraussetzungen:

  • First academic degree (e.g. Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, diploma, etc.) in a relevant subject
  • At least one year of professional experience with 210 ECTS, two years of professional experience with 180 ECTS in the subject area of the master's program
  • English language skills (at least 90 iBT or 6.5 IELT or other equivalent proof)

Kosten:

  • 9,000 EUR (in total 36,000 EUR (thirty-six thousand Euro), different lengths of study do not increase the total tuition fee)

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