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Renewable Energy Systems (M.Sc.) – Study in the heart of Germany!

Are you interested in taking part in designing a sustainable future? Then join the master‘s degree course Renewable Energy Systems at Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences.
All important aspects related to renewable energies will be addressed during three semesters, i.e.:

  • What are existing and emerging technologies to harness renewable resources?
  • How can they fulfill the demands for power, heat and fuels?
  • How can we integrate renewable energies into existing energy systems?
  • What benefit with respect to climate change, abatement of greenhouse gases and other environmental problems may be expected by strengthening renewable energies?

Key facts

Academic degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Course length: 3 semesters

Teaching language: English

Start date: April (summer semester) or October (winter semester)

Application period: Application for the study course is now possible. The application period ends on April 15th, 2020.

Tuition fees: none

Entry requirements: details at our website:

https://www.hs-nordhausen.de/en/studies/department-of-engineering/renewable-energy-systems-m-eng/

Contact
E-mail: res@hs-nordhausen.de

About Nordhausen University
Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences offers high-quality and practical degree courses with international orientation. The campus is green, has short distances and is located in the South of the Harz mountains in Germany.

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