About the programme
As a student at the Master’s programme in Sustainable Energy, you will see what possibilities there are to reduce our energy consumption, make it’s generation more sustainable and thereby reduce our global CO2 emissions.
Over the past 40 years there has been abundance of cheap energy in our part of the western world, and there has been little focus on energy savings or reducing environmental and climate impacts from the suppliers’ side. Reports from the International Energy Agency (IEA) show that the end use of energy is now one of the key areas for reducing CO2 emissions.
The programme is a two year international full time Master Degree programme (120 ECTS credits). It is targeted towards both Norwegian and international students, with a variety of academic and cultural backgrounds. All courses at NTNU are 7.5 ECTS credits and given in English.
The Master’s programme has the following three specialization options:
- Energy use in Buildings (SEUIB)
- Sustainable Heat Pumping Processes and Systems (SHPPAS)
- Sustainable Energy Systems and Markets (SESAM)
BSc/BEng degree or equivalent (normally 3-4 years) in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering or equivalent. (in order to obtain equivalent competence, the basis knowledge in mathematics, physics and chemistry must be at the level of BSc/BEng)
In order to qualify for admission to one of NTNU’s 2-year Master of Science programmes in Technology, all applicants must have a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in mathematics and statistics in their Bachelor’s/undergraduate degree, equivalent to the NTNU courses Calculus 1-3 and Statistics.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) welcomes applications from qualified students around the world, There is a limitation of number of students to enter the program. The language of the course is English and the thesis and term papers have to be written in English.
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