26.09.2018

Reminder: MSc Renewable Energy Systems - get informed now!


Join us at the upcoming Info Session at TU Wien to get insights into the MSc program Renewable Energy Systems

October 03, 2018 - 18:00 at TU Wien

To ensure a sustainable energy supply is one of the major challenges of our time. Decentralisation, digitalisation and democratisation are lasting changes to the energy sector. The part-time MSc Renewable Energy Systems prepares you for these challenges in the energy sector.

The part-time MSc Renewable Energy Systems, jointly offered by TU Wien and Energiepark Bruck/Leitha since 2005, prepares you for these challenges in the energy sector. The practice-oriented MSc-Program imparts state of the art knowledge and competence for the design of plants for the use of renewable energy sources from an economic and legal point-of-view, the operation of plants and the future assessment of environmental, technical and economic developments of renewable energy systems. The integration of renewable energy into the existing systems is one of the core topics.

Key facts:

  • Experienced international renowned lecturers
  • English taught master's program with Alumni from over 44 Nations
  • Practice and technology oriented program with tailor-made models in selected European countries
  • State of the Art Knowledge
  • Optimal compatibiltiy of profession and further education
  • Study in one of the most liveable cities of the world: Vienna

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

Please register: newenergy(at)tuwien.ac.at

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: November 15, 2018
We still accept late applications.


MSc Renewable Energy Systems - get informed now!
» read more

Keep electricity going – a visit at Austrian Power Grid
» read more

It’s all about wind power at Energiepark Bruck/Leitha
» read more