Masters in Energy Management in Portugal

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Energy Management

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Energy management studies are designed for those interested in energy conservation and the development of practices that are sustainable. The principles of energy conservation may be covered in addition to energy loss inspection, instrumentation calibration and report preparation.

Portugal is one of the warmest European countries. University programs are very affordable. In fact Portugal has one of the lowest living costs for students. Enjoy the the great beaches in Algarve or the old wings of history in the capital city of Lisbon.

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Master in Electrical Energy Conversion & Power Systems

Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra
Campus Full time 2 years October 2018 Portugal Coimbra

The main goal of the Master's Degree in "Electrical Energy Conversion and Power Systems" is to train qualified experts in areas related to electrical energy management and power systems applied to renewable energies. [+]

International Master Degree - Electrical Energy Conversion & Power Systems Objectives:

The main goal of the Master's Degree in "Electrical Energy Conversion and Power Systems" is to train qualified experts in areas related to electrical energy management and power systems applied to renewable energies.

The Master presents a double approach: scientific and professional.

Concerning the scientific part, training is based on the design of two main applications: Electrical Power Systems and Electrical and Hybrid Traction Systems.

On the other hand, concerning the professional part training is based on the management of electrical energy. Thus, the subjects included in this professional part, have been designed following two main ideas: the consumers’ management of energy and the generation and transmission of electrical energy in a free market.... [-]