Master's Degree in Energy Engineering in Oviedo in Spain

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Energy Engineering

Energy engineering is a study area that focuses on providing energy and power using different sources, such as solar, hydro, wind, oil and gas. In this field, students work to develop sustainable energy sites as well as efficient extraction of natural resources from the Earth.

Oviedo has a population of over 200,000 people. It is located in Asturias Province, Spain. Oviedo holds several festivals annually in its calendar. It is home to the University of Oviedo.

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Master in Energy Engineering

University of Oviedo -
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Spain Oviedo

This Master aims to develop diverse competences in students related to the processes of generation, transformation and energy use and, specifically, in the research and development activities on more efficient technologies from the standpoints of energy saving, sustainable use of resources and of environmental preservation, with a view to its subsequent incorporation into engineering or ID departments of companies and entities of the energy sector, or to the elaboration of a doctoral thesis in said field. [+]

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This Master aims to develop diverse competences in students related to the processes of generation, transformation and energy use and, specifically, in the research and development activities on more efficient technologies from the standpoints of energy saving, sustainable use of resources and of environmental preservation, with a view to its subsequent incorporation into engineering or ID departments of companies and entities of the energy sector, or to the elaboration of a doctoral thesis in said field.

Curriculum

Subjects

The Master has a duration of one year, organized in two semesters with a total of 60 ECTS credits. Each student must take 48 credits in teaching and 12 credits of research work. Of the 48 credits in teaching, 42 are in compulsory subjects and 6 in elective subjects.... [-]