- what are the trends?
- Whose interests are met?
- Will economies collapse, if oil wells run dry?
- How much wind power can the electricity system take?
- What are the options, globally and locally?
- Which options are feasible?
We have realized that the demand and supply of energy reflect and interact with changes in society. And we have experienced that while decision-makers are struggling with different, often conflicting strategies, it is necessary to professionalize the way problems and options are analyzed. The complex relationship between the demand and supply for energy, democracy and its institutions, economy, and environment, are all part of the process of planning and managing a cost-effective sustainable development.
We want you to become a sustainable energy professional. And an advocate for building societies in which a democratic rationality rules over market dominance. Whether you aim for a job in utility planning, government administration, energy consultancy, academic research, international institution, or in an NGO, we will prepare you to face the challenges in planning and managing energy sector developments, technology options, plans, and policies. We offer a state-of-the-art toolbox that will professionalize your methods and skills. And we will provide you with a problem-based and innovative working environment that will empower you to plan and implement sustainable solutions in the energy sector.
APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
To enrol on the programme you are required to have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Geography or Natural Science. In order to attend the programme, you have three possibilities:
- A one-semester guest study with focus on the corporate and/or the regional perspective
- A two-semester guest study including national and global energy
- The full two-year Master’s programme in Sustainable Energy Planning and Management
During the first semester, all students concentrate on courses and projects related to energy planning from a company’s perspective. For students who choose to do a second semester, projects focus on energy planning from an institutional and societal perspective. If you complete the full Master’s programme, the studies continue with an internship on the 3rd semester and a Master’s thesis on the 4th semester.
You can study as a guest student on the first and/or second semester or as a master student following the entire two-year degree programme.
Students seeking to enrol in the programme are required to have the following qualifications:
- A bachelor of science degree in engineering, geography or natural sciences
- A reasonable amount of energy content in the bachelor’s programme
- Comply with the English requirements listed below
- We require a reasonable level for your bachelor’s degree – typically upper second class, for countries using this system
- All applications are evaluated individually
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