Master in Renewable Energy (RenE) - Applications open until the 15th of April!

The KIC InnoEnergy Masters Programme Renewable Energies (RenE), coordinated by UPC, offers advanced education in the field of sustainable energy for the future. RenE aims at delivering education for high competency and quality engineering skills in the field, including industrial interaction throughout the programme.

 The content of the Programme is focused on renewable energy technologies:

  • Wind energy
  • Photovoltaic solar energy
  • Concentrated solar thermal power
  • Ocean energy
  • Hydro power
  • Geothermal
Additionally this Programme implements the educational goals of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) in the Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KIC) education concept which is designed to stimulate high‐level education programmes in the field of sustainable energy in Europe, where mobility of students is mandatory. MSc RenE is aimed at anyone willing to:
  • Develop new concepts, products and services in‐company, by patenting or creating a start‐up.
  • Organize and pursue a scientific research or an industrial innovation on the renewable energy sector.
  • Be able to perform economic analysis of the research & technology concepts in the renewable energy engineering field.
  • Use a full range of renewable energy skills in engineering companies.
  • Work effectively as a team member in an industrial environment.
  • Be prepared to work effectively in international environments.
 
RenE is powered by scholarships opportunities from KIC InnoEnergy. Students from all over the world are welcome to apply.
 
COORDINATION INSTITUTION:
  • UPC‐ Technical University of Catalonia (Barcelona)
PARTNER INSTITUTIONS:
  • Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa (IST)
  • Royal Institute of Technology at Stockholm (KTH)
  • École Polytechnique (Paris Tech)
  • ESADE Business School
 
For more information about MSc RenE and application process, visit the website.
You can also download the brochure.
 
Deadline to apply: April 15th, 2012
 
 
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