Fact File on the Degree Programme

Degree Programme: Energiewirtschaft & Informatik (M. Sc.) (Energy Economics & Informatics)

Admission Requirements: A relevant course of study totalling 180 credit points is a necessary prerequisite for the four-semester Master's degree programme. A relevant course of study of 210 credit points is a necessary prerequisite for the three-semester Master's degree programme. Further details can be found in the admission regulations.

Degree: Master of Science

Standard Period of Study: 4 semesters (120 credits) / 3 semesters (90 credits)

Admission: for the winter semester or summer semester

Application: online at FH Aachen 

Place of Study: Campus Jülich & Aachen

Faculties: Energy Technology & Medical Engineering and Technomathematics

Language of Instruction: bilingual, German and English

Contact

Prof. Dr. Jörg Borchert
Heinrich-Mussmann-Str. 1
52428 Jülich
Room 01B29
borchert(at)fh-aachen.de
T: +49.241.600953965

Short Profile of the Degree Programme

The degree programme focuses on the development of the future energy system and, in so doing,  integrates various specialist disciplines.

High-level academic training that provides practice-relevant specialist skills.

In the Master's degree programme, competences outside the subject area are developed on the basis of subject-specific questions. Through the very close cooperation between students and teaching staff in educational formats such as case studies, project work, simulation games or laboratory exercises, practice-relevant competences are promoted.

The degree programme is supported by a large circle of companies from the energy industry. The participating companies from the energy industry are involved in teaching, submit project and master theses and award scholarships.

As a graduate of the Energiewirtschaft & Informatik (Energy Economics & Informatics) degree programme, you will look beyond the boundaries of your subject area.

You will gain comprehensive know-how and are, thereby, perfectly equipped to shape the way into the energy future. The degree programme combines expert knowledge from the disciplines of energy economics, energy technology, and informatics or mathematics.

Typical fields of activity for graduates of our Master's degree programme are

  • Specialist and management functions in energy supply, e.g. in grid management, in energy distribution, power plant management or energy trading
  • Application development, product and project management
  • Management consultancy
  • Regulation and energy policy

The great variety of professional fields offers numerous perspectives, both in companies and in political and regulatory institutions that are directly, or indirectly, active in the energy markets.

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