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Energy and Environmental Management (EUM)

University: European University Flensburg
Department: Faculty 3
Location: Flensburg
Degree: Master
Start of study:
Winter semester , Summer semester ,

Short description

The focus of our teaching and research work is on the transformation of fossil energy systems to 100% renewable energy systems in order to achieve the increase of the global average temperature to a maximum of 1.5°C by the year 2050. We build energy system models and develop measures for the implementation of renewable energy systems. Political economy studies help us to identify barriers to transformation and to develop appropriate local solutions. In doing so, we do not lose sight of the socially just and environmentally compatible perspective in addition to the technical and economic ones. A special role is also played by the possibilities of energy sufficiency and sustainability as well as the investigation of justice and gender aspects and connected policies.

Facts about the study

Area of study
Energy engineering , Energy economics , Energy law , Society & Transformation , Climate protection & Resources ,
German , English ,
Standard period of study
3 Semesters
Costs per Semester
262,5 €
Admission requirements
Completion of the BA program in Energy Sciences at Flensburg University of Applied Sciences (210 ECTS) or completion of a six- or seven-semester comparable Bachelor's program in Industrial Engineering, semester abroad, good to very good knowledge of English, good knowledge of German, submission of a convincing letter of motivation for the choice of degree program, semester abroad (can be made up for as part of the Master's program) - for more information, see Application & Admission on the degree program website
Occupational profiles
Energy supply companies and grid operators, engineering and planning offices and research, energy departments in large companies, manufacturing industry, equipment manufacturers (regenerative & conventional energy technology, environmental technology), politics, administration, regulatory authorities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), development of sustainable energy systems, use of regenerative energy sources, possibilities of increasing efficiency in the supply and demand of energy, development