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No one knows how long our oil and coal reserves will last. At the same time, our use of fossil fuels is polluting the Earth. For this reason, we need to replace energy sources such as oil, coal, and gas with alternatives like wind, sun, wave energy, or fuel cells. These sources do no pollute – and they never run out.
As an Energy Engineer, you can be part of the global team of engineers ensuring our future environment and climate through energy sources that do not pollute.
During the Energy Engineering programmes, you immerse yourself in subjects such as new energy production systems and use and optimisation of energy, and you learn about energy planning and energy economy. With this knowledge, you become capable of understanding the processes that form the basis of production, distribution, and use of energy.
As an Energy Engineer, you can have a career in all companies dealing with energy – from planning to production and use of energy. You can work with project engineering, development, or leadership. Typical employers of Energy Engineers are energy supply companies, consulting companies, or industries related to windmills, machines, electronics, or process engineering.
We offer the following Master’s degrees within the field of Energy Engineering:
- Electric Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering (Aalborg)
- Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology (Aalborg)
- Mechatronic Control Engineering (Aalborg)
- Offshore Energy Systems (Esbjerg)
- Power Electronics and Drives (Aalborg)
- Process Engineering and Combustion Technology (Esbjerg)
- Thermal Energy and Process Engineering (Aalborg)
- Wind Power Systems (Aalborg)
In order to enroll in our Master’s programmes, you need a relevant Bachelor’s degree and a sufficient level of English.
By clicking on the specific programmes, you can read about each programme in our online studyguide where you will find information about academic content, job and career, application and entry requirements.