The study programme is not open for non-EU/non-EEA applicants.
The race is on for finding the best energy solutions. With a master’s degree you are in a better position for meeting the new requirements for change and competence on the job market. The energy sector is facing large challenges and investment needs. You can be part of realizing the vision of an energy neutral Europe. Our study programme is internationally oriented and students can participate on ongoing research projects.
The competitive edge of this programme is the wide range of topics combined with your opportunities for specialisation. The master’s programme gives you a broad introduction to the most important forms of renewable energy on a global basis. You learn to
After successfully completing the master's degree, graduates will be able to move directly into the professional field as a graduate engineer in a range of capacities. The programme qualifies graduates for work in both the industry and the business areas. Prospective employers include energy producers and distribution companies, power-intensive industry, consulting companies, offshore industry, transportation companies and the public sector.
The programme has four partially overlapping main areas covering the whole industry and energy supply sector
In an increasingly globalised world, the workplace puts more and more demands on global insight and experience. UiA seeks to integrate exchange programs in all studies.
The admission requirement is a completed and passed three-year bachelor's degree in engineering, within the areas renewable energy, electronics and electrical engineering, mechatronics or mechanical engineering, in line with the National Curriculum Regulations for Engineering Education in Norway.
Furthermore, the following requirements are set, which in part go beyond the minimum requirements in the national curriculum regulations:
• At least 25 credits in relevant mathematics
• At least 5 credits in statistics
• At least 7.5 credits in physics
The weighted average grade of C or better is required.
Admission takes place in accordance with regulations on admission to studies and courses at the University of Agder.
This programme is open for applicants from EU/EEA only.