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Master DegreeSustainable Energy

Tuition fee €4,234 per year
Application fee €100 one-time

Vytautas Magnus University
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Bank Address: Gedimino pr. 12, 01103 Vilnius, Lithuania
Bank Account: LT04 7044 0600 0284 8625
Bank Code: 70440
SWIFT/BIC: CBVILT2X

Application fee is not refundable.

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Overview

The aim of the study programme is to deepen the knowledge essential for the activity in the global market and implementation of new technologies in the field of energy engineering, create and improve the technologies and equipment for renewable energy conversion, assess renewable energy resources and their integration into energy systems. Objectives of the programme are to train and develop knowledge and skills acquired in the first study cycle, which provide possibilities for Masters’ professional and research activity, personal development and self-expression, overall integration into modern competitive labour market; to develop skills of planning and accomplishment of experimental research, as well as summarizing and presenting its results; to develop skills of designing, modeling and analysis of technologies of renewable energy, which are essential for self-dependent work.
Programme Specializations: Heat and Energy Conversion, Mechanical Energy Conversion, Biological and Chemical Energy Conversion, Evaluation of Environmental Impact

Graduates will be able:
• to understand technologies of energy conversation and their impact on the environment;
• to conduct the analysis of energy sources and implementation of renewable energy projects;
• to analyse and assess renewable energy sources and technologies as well as possibilities of their application in energetics;
• to investigate the processes of energy exchange, assess their energetic effectiveness and sustainability factors;
• to analyse and assess the processes of energy conversion using common and renewable energy sources, as well as the reliability of energy production, supply and distribution;
• to create and improve technologies and processes of energy conversion with the aim to increase energetic effectiveness and reduce negative influence on the environment.

Programme structure

Main study subjects:
Mathematical Statistics and Modelling, Methodology of Scientific Research, Renewable Energy Sources, Energy Storage and Smart Grids, Integration of Renewable Energy to Energy Systems, Life Cycle Assessment of Renewable Energy, Termotechnological Processes in Energetics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems, Wind Energetics, Hydro Energetics, Hydrogen Energetics and etc.

EXCHANGE PERIOD ABROAD
Students, who are willing to study in other European universities, have possibility to select exchange studies or traineeship abroad for one semester at 90 European universities (ex. Vienna University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Ghent University, Czech University of Life Sciences, Hohenheim University, Technical University of Munich, Athens Agricultural University, Padova University, Palermo University, Perugia University, Lasalle Beauvais Polytechnic Institute, Valencia Technical University, University of Algarve, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Akdeniz University, etc.) getting the monthly scholarship.

Career opportunities

Graduates of the Master of Engineering Sciences qualification may work as experts of energy efficiency of technological or energy conversion processes, analysts, researchers, engineers consultants in energy design, managers of construction of renewable energy systems, manufacturing and technical service companies dealing with renewable energy, education and consultation organisations, to establish and manage private business companies.

Apply now! Fall semester 2020/21
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2020

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2020/21
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2020

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States