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Masters in Energy Engineering in Italy in 2024

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Energy Engineering MSc

University of Trento Italy

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Masters in Energy Engineering in Italy

Study Energy Engineering Masters Programmes

Energy Engineering is a discipline within engineering that covers a wide range of areas. These include the collection, storage, conversion of energy, as well as energy materials, energy efficiency, and sustainable energy.

The subject area of energy engineering takes elements from related disciplines, such as mathematics, physics and chemistry. As an energy engineer, you will be responsible for finding the most efficient and sustainable way to use, collect and convert energy.

When studying in this field, your modules are likely to cover topics such as:

  • Scientific Mathematics
  • Engineering Design
  • Renewable Energy
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Solar Energy Engineering

As a graduate of energy engineering, you may find work in a range of engineering disciplines, such as:

  • Energy Management
  • Power Networks
  • Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Nuclear Energy Engineering

Postgraduate programmes in Energy Engineering are most commonly offered at universities around the world as a Master of Science (MSc/MS) or a Master of Engineering (MEng), which typically take 1-2 years to complete when studied full-time, and might include an industrial placement year.

Entry requirements for a postgraduate programme in energy engineering will usually include a bachelor/undergraduate degree in a related discipline such as chemistry, engineering or mathematics.

Study in Italy

Home to some of the world's oldest universities, Italy has a long history of providing high quality higher education to both domestic and international students. The country has not only played an integral part of the Bologna Process education reform, it was also one of the four countries that created the European Area of Higher Education. Both of these play an important role in widening the access to higher education across Europe, with international students from all over the world now able to experience an Italian university education, thanks to the country's contributions.

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