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Get ready to become tomorrow’s energy specialist with the European Master in Renewable Energy!

Webinar Date

This webinar is already available on demand.

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Program Starts
September 2024


Taught by 8 European universities for the last 20 years, The European Master in Renewable Energy focuses on the technical understanding and implementation of renewable energy technologies. You will gain specific expertise in one of the main technologies or their integration into the energy system.


You can choose between a range of specialisations:

  • Photovoltaics – taught at the University of Northumbria in the UK
  • Wind Energy – taught at the National Technical University of Athens in Greece
  •  Grid Integration – taught at the University of Zaragoza in Spain
  • Solar Thermal & Associated Renewable Storage – taught at the University of Perpignan in France
  • Ocean Energy – taught at IST Lisbon in Portugal
  • Sustainable Fuel Systems for Mobility – taught at Hanze UAS in the Netherlands


You will gain the technical, analytical and communication skills required for you to become a key member of the future energy workforce. The course is structured in three sections, guaranteeing you to spend time in at least two different EU countries and make contact with a wide range of European institutes and companies involved in the  energy sector. The participating universities are recognised at an international level for their work in the field of renewable energy.


All our classes are taught in English. if you have a Bachelor in Engineering, Maths or Physics, you are welcome to apply to EMRE!


Join our webinar on 15/2 to learn more on the structure and objectives of the programme and meet the manager and professors!


Tuition Fee

13.000EUR / full

Tuition Fee

8.000EUR / full

You Will Learn

–        Objective and structure of the programme
–        Modules descriptions
–        Presentation of the different specialisations
–        Meet and talk to the professors and manager of the programme

Admission Requirements

Degree in engineering or a scientific discipline (e.g. physics, chemistry, mathematics…).

Admission Deadline

1st May 2024 for non-EU students, 1st July for EU students


  • Nathalie Richet

    Senior Master Programme Manager
  • Herena Torio

    EMRE programme director in Oldenburg University
  • Mari Paz Comech

    Director of the grid integration specialisation in Zaragoza University

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