Master of Engineering: EnergyKU Leuven
Master of Engineering: Energy
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Master of Engineering: Energy
The Master of Science in Engineering: Energy lies at the heart of a viable future. The Program addresses the main issues of mechanical and electrical engineering while offering students the chance to make a lasting impact on the global stage.
The Master of Energy addresses the main issues of mechanical and electrical energy engineering in a balanced and integrated manner, together with an in depth appreciation of the socio-economic preconditions that have an impact on the engineer's sphere of action.The Program addresses all multidisciplinary aspects of energy. There is extensive coverage of the possibilities and limitations of various energy technologies, but also of the environmental consequences and economic aspects. The multidisciplinary MSc in Engineering: Energy prepares you for jobs related to research and development, policy and management, and industrial applications.
- You will find these requirements specified in the tab Admission requirements in the official Program guide of the KU Leuven.
- Applicants enrolling for the first time at KU Leuven prove their English language proficiency by means of an IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge English Exam (CAE).
- The minimum score required for IELTS is 7 (with no subscore under 6.5).
- For the TOEFL internet-based test the minimum score is 94 (with no subscore under 22).
- The minimum score required for the Cambridge English Exam (CAE) is 185 (with no subscore under 176).
- Applicants with a university degree or high school degree earned in Australia, English-speaking Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom or the USA are exempted from this requirement: the degree and transcripts suffice, provided they confirm that the entire study was completed in English.
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Several scholarship options are available. Please visit the university website for more information.
The courses taught in English and Dutch.
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Credits: 120 ECTS
Newly graduated engineers usually start their careers in predominantly technical jobs in areas such as design and development, operation and maintenance of power generation and energy conversion systems, quality control, system integration, logistical and technical-commercial positions, and technical advice (consulting). As their careers progress, many engineers move into management positions while others head up consultant engineering firms and research centres.
The MSc in Engineering: Energy prepares you for a career in a technical-industrial setting. You will gain extensive knowledge of energy technologies, but will also have insight into global environmental issues, sustainability, and economic aspects. This broad Program prepares you for jobs that are technical / technological, but also for jobs related to policy and management.
The Program has national and international outflow possibilities to the research, policy, industrial, and service sectors, as long as energy plays a key role - a role that, in any case, is becoming more important by the day.
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