MSc Energy for Smart Cities master programme is for outstanding students with an above-average Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Chemical Engineering. Admission of students with a different background in a related field may be possible after careful assessment. To qualify for ENERGY FOR SMART CITIES, applicants need to fulfil the admission requirements related to previous studies.
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Months of entry
MSc Energy for Smart Cities addresses internationally-oriented and entrepreneurial engineering students who wish to implement modern energy technologies for end-users of the electrical value chain: citizens, companies and cities. Graduates of this custom-developed programme will be truly multi-disciplinary smart city experts: well qualified to work in industry or research, or to take on policy-making roles in energy issues related to secure, sustainable urban living and working.
MSc Energy for Smart Cities balances exciting technological opportunities in energy with environmental and socio-economic aspects of smart cities, such as energy efficiency in buildings, electric transportation, energy economics, smart lighting and other city services. As one of our students, you receive a broad education in electrical and mechanical energy systems, allowing you to participate fully in the design and operation of advanced energy solutions. You will also learn how to construct and employ contemporary energy conversion technologies and secure energy supply in general, while taking into account overriding technical limitations, environmental consequences and economic considerations.
Fees and funding
For EU* Students
All EU students that are accepted to one of the programmes will receive a full participation fee waiver, courtesy of KIC InnoEnergy. This means that EU students do not need to pay participation fees.
For Non-EU* Students
The participation fee is 8000 €/year. If you are nominated for a scholarship as indicated below, the participation fee is waived.
They are not necessarily a full scholarship, and that it may be necessary to find additional funding to be able to fully finance study and stay. Costs related to events integrated in the curriculum are covered by the programme and included in the participation fee.
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Qualification and course duration
KIC EIT Certificate
Course contact details
- Mar Martinez