Please Note: Admission to the program in Energy Engineering during the 2022-2023 academic year is managed by the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
For information about admission visit the website of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.
Early Bird Application
Application: 01/03 - 28/04/2022 (by noon local time)
Language exams: 17 - 18/03/2022 (registration 1 - 10/03/2022) and 13 - 14 and 19 - 21/04/2022 (registration 24/03 - 05/04/2022)
Admission procedure and publication of ranking lists: by 17/05/2022
Payment of the 1st installment of the tuition fees: by 27/05/2022 (by noon local time)
Enrolment: 13/07 - 28/10/2022 (by noon local time)
Late Application (only for EU citizens)
Application: 19/05 - 23/08/2022 (by noon local time)
Language exams: 27/06 - 02/07/2022 (registrations 19/05 - 20/06/2022) and 25/07/2022 (registrations 08 - 18/07/2022)
Admission procedure and publication of ranking lists: by 06/09/2022
Payment of the 1st installment of the tuition fees: by 13/09/2022 (by noon local time)
Enrolment: 27/07 - 28/10/2022 (by noon local time)
The Inter-University Master in Energy Engineering (Master degree class LM-30) is offered by the University of Trento, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology.
The program is geared to preparing a professional figure able to address complex and advanced problems of energy engineering and/or requiring an interdisciplinary approach in the design, implementation, management, and upgrading of production systems, transport, and efficient use of energy.
The Master’s program starts in September and lasts officially 2 academic years.
The official teaching language is English. Optional courses will be offered in Italian and German with the contribution of academic staff from the Faculty of Engineering Science of the University Innsbruck.
The University of Trento has adopted the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). ECTS is based on the convention that 60 credits measure the workload of a full-time student during one academic year. A university credit point corresponds to 25 hours of work per student, time for the personal study included.
Students’ activities within the master’s degree in Energy Engineering consist of lectures and class/lab practice. One credit corresponds to at least 10 teaching hours. The assessment method is based on written and oral examinations and applicative projects.
Students must obtain in total 120 ECTS, partly at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano and partly at the University of Trento. In addition to the mandatory subjects, a range of optional courses will be offered.
There is no compulsory attendance, but the attendance of lessons, exercise classes, and lab work is strongly recommended.
All lectures and seminars will take place in the main premises of the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, at the Faculty of Science and Technology in Bolzano, and at the University of Trento, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering.
After completing the courses in the study plan, students are required to write and discuss the final thesis, worth 15 ECTS, in order to be awarded the Master’s degree.