The Master's programme in Energy, Building and Environmental Engineering (EGU) is aimed at engineers and graduates of technical disciplines.
You decide directly at the beginning of the Master's programme which subject area you wish to study: energy, building or environmental engineering. Your interests determine the subject area in which you wish to specialise. However, since all three directions pursue the same goal, namely the sustainable and efficient use of our resources, the disciplines in the Master's program are always interlinked.
One special feature: We offer the program in four semesters (full-time) and up to seven semesters (part-time). The Master's programme starts in both the summer and winter semesters.
Prerequisites for admission to studies are:
Completed bachelor's or diploma studies
You must have completed a bachelor's or diploma degree in a technical, engineering or predominantly engineering field in the field of energy, building or environmental technology or related fields with an overall grade of at least "good" (2.5).
Proof of practical experience
You need proof of a practical activity of at least 12 weeks duration. This can originate from the practical phase of your Bachelor's degree or from a professional activity. The practical activity should have familiarised you with relevant technical tasks
Application for the summer semester
The proof of Bachelor's degree must be submitted by 28 February of each year
The studies have a duration of four or seven semesters. The course contents are identical, but distributed differently: They have either three semesters or six semesters of lectures, and write their Master's thesis in the last semester.
With the awarded academic degree of Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) you have acquired the formal requirements for a doctoral procedure. The degree gives you access to the higher service.