The major offers a firm theoretical base, as well as practical tools and skills needed by engineers working on the field of energy systems. In order to prepare students for understanding complex and multidisciplinary problems of the field, the major is designed to be flexible. Courses include theoretical considerations, experimental work, industrial applications, and first-hand experience. The major prepares students for the current and future challenges faced by energy companies, the manufacturing industry, consulting companies and society. Students are well-prepared to pursue doctoral studies. Upon completion of the major, the student will be able to:
- Understand the fundamentals of energy systems
- Have holistic view which enables analyzing complex dependencies in vast energy systems
- Optimize and develop the energy systems, taking into account different energy forms
- Understand the role of various parties in energy markets
- Develop applications for energy efficiency and sustainability
- Analyze and evaluate existing and future challenges in the field of energy systems
Programme-specific admission requirements
Criteria for academic evaluation in external student admissions for master’s programmes
The following criteria will be used by the Master’s Programme Advanced Energy Solutions study options for academically evaluating spring 2019 applicants for master’s level admissions:
•university/higher education institution; recognized for high quality of education and research
•degree and relevance of studies; suit very well or excellently to the study option in question
•academic performance; need to be mainly very good or excellent
•motivation and commitment to the programme; should be clearly in connection with the study option in question
The aim of the studies towards a Master of Science (Technology) degree is to deepen the student’s learning in the study option to which he or she been admitted. Successful applicants to the degree programme have a relevant bachelor’s degree or another relevant degree of the same level or a relevant master’s degree in another field.
The academic evaluation is based on the obligatory application materials specified in the general admission criteria for the Aalto University programmes in the field of technology in 2019, as well as on the appendices specific to the study option, as indicated on the Studies web pages relating to applications. All the above-mentioned documents have to be submitted by the deadline. Study attainments completed after the application deadline will not be considered in the evaluation.
Applicants accepted for admission may need to take up to 20 credits of supplementary studies as a prerequisite for their master’s programme studies, according to Aalto’s 2019 admissions criteria for education leading to a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the field of technology. The aim of the Master’s Programme of Advanced Energy Solutions admissions is not to assign supplementary studies.
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