06.06.2019

MSc Renewable Energy Systems: New program start & Info Sessions!


To ensure a sustainable energy supply is one of the major challenges of our time. In the last decade the share of renewable energy sources has increased significantly. In the foreseeable future, this trend will continue. This presents the energy sector with major challenges: decentralisation, digitalisation and democratisation are lasting changes to the energy sector.

The part-time MSc Renewable Energy Systems is the first cross-border program in Europe dealing with the future issues of alternative energy production. Since 2005, TU Wien, Energiepark Bruck/Leitha and further partner organisations across Europe have offered this practice-oriented master‘s program.

In the past years, more than 280 students and alumni have decided to energize their future and contribute to a more sustainable energy system by participating in this program.

Therefore, we are proud and thankful to announce the new program start on 19th March 2020!

To get insights into the MSc Renewable Energy Systems, the program team hosts free info sessions every few weeks. Some of them via online meeting tools so you can join from everywhere around the globe!

>>  Next Info Session: September 19, 2019, 6pm

Join us at our Info Sessions to get insights into the MSc Renewable Energy Systems!

Meet our Academic Director Prof. Reinhard Haas and the program management of this master's program at our Info Session. After a presentation of the key facts and special features of the MSc Renewable Energy Systems, we will address your individual questions. 

Please register here.

Renewable Energy makes sense… Energize your future! 

For detailed information on the MSc program, please visit our homepage: newenergy.tuwien.ac.at

Next program start: March 19, 2020

Apply now!


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