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The energy efficiency bias of this study programme makes it ideal for bachelor’s graduates in engineering wishing to acquire deeper knowledge in the thermodynamics, mathematics and modern technologies needed to assess energy-related issues.
The course combines technical elements with units from economical sciences and business administration with the aim of providing the full range of skills required for technically and commercially approaching energy-related problems.
The course is run in collaboratio with the University of Lorraine in Nancy, and in collaboration with Siemens, Bosch, Paul Wurth, as well as the European Investment Bank (EIB). The mobility of both students and lecturers provides an international approach to energy issues and the opportunity to learn foreign languages.
2 years (4 semesters)
This study programme runs consecutively to the University’s Bachelor’s in Engineering (professional) of the Energy and Environment Sector. Direct admission from this bachelor’s is possible based on good results without any supplemental conditions.
Other engineering sciences graduates (e.g. civil, mechanical, electrical…) can also be admitted without conditions. To be admitted without conditions the following lectures from our consecutive bachelors’ should be considered as minimum requirement (see link below):
Admissions from programmes other than from the consecutive bachelors’ are subject to certain conditions, which should be discussed on an individual basis with the study director.
Enrolment requires online registration.
Faculté des Sciences, de la Technologie et de la Communication
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
T. +352 / 46 66 44-5906
Université du Luxembourg