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Master's Programme in Energy

  • Years2 years
  • ECTS credits120
  • Tuition fee http://www.uib.no/en/education/49499/how-finance-your-studies None

Presentation

The Degree

The energy master programme leads to the degree Master in Energy.

Objectives and content

The goal of the study programme is to use research and expertise within the energy field from the university as well as external collaborating groups, to educate candidates with technological competence suitable for work in industry as well as government agencies and the university sector.

More information on the two specialization available for students starting in the autumn 2017 is available here: ekstern.filer.uib.no/matnat/gfi/Studieinformasjon/Tema_oversikt_2017.pdf

http://ekstern.filer.uib.no/matnat/gfi/Studieinformasjon/Tema_oversikt_2017.pdf

More information on the two specialization available for students starting in the autumn 2016 is available on: http://ekstern.filer.uib.no/matnat/gfi/Studieinformasjon/Tema_oversikt_2016.pdf

Semester

Application deadline is 15 April for studies starting in autumn semester. Applicants with a Norwegian ID-number may apply online in Søknadsweb. For applicants who have not yet received their bachelor diploma, further documentation of the degree including grades may be requested. For more information about admission procedures please read: http://www.uib.no/en/matnat/54992/international-master-applicants-residing-norway

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Admission Requirements

A relevant bachelor's degree in mathematics, natural sciences or engineering or equivalent.

The average grade for the relevant bachelor degree or its equivalent shall normally be C or better according to the Norwegian grading system.

Furthermore, the subject MAT111 "Calculus I", or equivalent plus either PHYS113 "Mechanics 2 and Thermodynamics" or KJEM210 "Chemical Thermodynamics" or equivalent must be included. Students in electrical power systems may be exempted from the requirement for thermodynamics.

In addition there are other requirements for each master topic theme.

In cases with more applicants than available capacity, the applicants will be ranked according to the grades and capacity on each of the themes.

Semester

Application deadline is 15 April for studies starting in autumn semester. Applicants with a Norwegian ID-number may apply online in Søknadsweb. For applicants who have not yet received their bachelor diploma, further documentation of the degree including grades may be requested. For more information about admission procedures please read: http://www.uib.no/en/matnat/54992/international-master-applicants-residing-norway

Programme structure

Master's Programme in Energy (krav 120 SP)
Master (krav 20 SP)
Mandatory course
Course codeCourse titleSPSR
ENERGI200Energy Resources and Use101–41
ENERGI210Energy physics and Technology101–42
Optional subject (krav 40 SP)
You should choose subjects in consultation with your academic supervisor.
Master thesis (krav 60 SP)
Mandatory course
Course codeCourse titleSPSR
ENERGI399Master's Thesis in Energy60-3
SP = ECTS credits, S = Semester, R = Recommended semester

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Contact: energimaster@gfi.uib.no