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Engineers of today. Innovators of tomorrow. Connected by purpose.

InnoEnergy Master’s School is a go-to-destination for tomorrow’s sustainable energy professionals as we are continuously pioneering change within the industry. With 14 top universities, three business schools and over 200 business partners across Europe, we have positioned ourselves at the heart of the energy transition movement. So, why should you study with us? Europe is a hub for innovation and sustainability, and the place to be for energy professionals and entrepreneurs, like you. Each of our seven cutting-edge Master’s programmes in energy engineering has an interdisciplinary approach, so you’ll understand key theories of business and innovation while kick-starting your career in sustainable energy.
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The InnoEnergy Master’s School is the go-to-destination for tomorrow’s sustainable energy professionals.

Studying for a Master of engineering degree, a Master’s degree in energy, a Master of Technology, or an MSc in energy engineering on our programmes will empower you to:

  • Kick-start your career: Design the future you really want. We help you get there with a double Master’s degree from our top-class universities, training from some of Europe’s best international business schools, plus all the business, entrepreneurship and innovation skills that the most exciting employers want.
  • Build your own network: Make inspiring connections to last a lifetime. Unrivalled opportunities to work with cutting-edge start-ups, innovative R&D projects, the world’s largest accelerator in sustainable energy, and some of the biggest energy businesses in Europe immediately place you at the heart of the energy industry.
  • Expand your horizons: Find the answers to global sustainable energy questions. Exclusive seminars, study visits, workshops and entrepreneurship courses, plus hands-on projects, and real-world challenges led by our business partners get you out of the lecture hall to make an immediate difference.
  • Develop new perspectives: Acquire the business attitude and entrepreneurial approach that will help you stand out from the crowd. Learn how business success and commercial awareness go hand-in-hand with sustainability, and build your understanding of business requirements to increase your chances of success.

Our programmes are taught at 14 universities and three top-ranked business schools across Europe. All offer academic rigour and all have plenty of experience in supporting an international student body. 

Every student on a Master’s School programme attends two of the following universities and technical institutes, according to their chosen programme. Most also have an opportunity to attend one of three business schools:

  • AGH: University of Science and Technology
  • Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics
  • École Polytechnique, Université Paris Saclay
  • ESADE Business School
  • GEM: Grenoble École de Management
  • Grenoble INP: Institute of Technology
  • IST: Instituto Superior Técnico
  • KIT: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • KTH: Royal Institute of Technology
  • KU Leuven
  • SUT: Silesian University of Technology
  • TU/e: Eindhoven University of Technology
  • UPC: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya ·Barcelona Tech
  • Uppsala University
  • Aalto University
  • PoliTo: Politecnico di Torino

MSc Energy Transition
Design and build energy systems of the future.
The MSc Energy Transition explores the changes facing today’s energy systems.It gives you the knowledge, insight and tools to take lead of the transformation of conventional generation and the implementation of smart grids and renewables. You will develop a high-level perspective of advanced energy systems to implement it within a company or as an entrepreneur.

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MSc European Master’s in Nuclear Energy (MSc EMINE)
Engineering. Environment. Society. Study nuclear energy in context.  
The MSc EMINE programme teaches tomorrow’s nuclear engineers how to address the key technical, social and environmental challenges faced by the industry today and in the future. Going beyond the scope of a traditional nuclear education, the programme helps tomorrow’s engineers understand nuclear power in the context of a diverse energy mix.

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Master’s in Energy Technologies (MSc ENTECH)
Energy technologies. Inspirational partners. Your own sustainable network.
A broad-based education in a variety of key engineering disciplines. A focus on the inter-disciplinary aspects of the sustainable energy sector. And an in-depth understanding of the role of innovation and entrepreneurship in the future energy industry. MSc ENTECH enables you to think in new ways about energy, and gives you a solid foundation from which to meet tomorrow’s energy challenges.

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Master’s in Renewable Energy (MSc RENE)
Design, develop and deliver the next generation of renewable energy.
Offering a holistic view of renewable energy, the MSc RENE programme focuses on technologies and business strategies that will have the greatest impact on the cost, security, and sustainability of our energy supply. The programme offers you the chance to engage with successful entrepreneurs, major businesses, and public bodies, giving you unique insight into the management of energy businesses worldwide.

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Master’s in Smart Electrical Networks and Systems (MSc SENSE)
Innovative ideas. Creative engineers. The smart grid of the future.Smart electric grids are a critical component in the creation of a more sustainable power supply. MSc SENSE enables you to develop the engineering and entrepreneurial skills needed to understand, design, implement and manage smart grids, while enhancing your understanding of the role played by new ways of thinking, new technologies and new businesses in this changing landscape.

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Master’s in Environomical Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems (MSc SELECT)
Real-world energy challenges. Collaborative solutions. A sustainable tomorrow.
MSc SELECT is where you can learn how to make a real contribution to minimising the environmental impact of current and future energy systems.Students learn to address societal challenges with technical solutions, to explore the part played by innovation and commerce, and to understand the role and responsibility of engineers in a more sustainable energy industry.

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MSc Energy for Smart Cities
Sustainable energy engineering for an urbanised world.

Combining urban planning and energy management, in-depth engineering skills and innovation management techniques, studying for 
the MSc Energy for Smart Cities enables students to play a critical role in shaping a rapidly urbanising world.and exploring how to create smarter, more sustainable and resource-efficient communities.

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Previous studies: a completed Bachelor’s degree

  • You must have completed a Bachelor’s degree worth a minimum of 180 ECTS credits OR an equivalent academic qualification from an internationally recognised university.
    • The content of your Bachelor’s degree is more important than the name of your degree, and should be directly relevant to the Master’s programme(s) you are applying for. Please check the specific requirements given for each programme below.
    • If you do not have a relevant Bachelor’s degree, but you have studied longer technical programmes and have completed courses with an equivalent of 180 ECTS credits, you may submit an application to be considered on a case-by-case basis.

English proficiency

English proficiency tests are waived for applicants with:

  • A higher education degree fully instructed in English from a university or a university of applied sciences physically located in an EU or EEA country or Switzerland. The official language of the degree programme has to be stated in the degree certificate or its supplement, or in your transcript of records. We cannot accept statements from professors, or any other documentation regarding language of instruction.
  • A higher education degree in English from a university that is physically located in one of the following countries: USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand. Please note that branches from universities outside of the mentioned countries can also not be accepted to be granted a waiver.

In all other cases, we need evidence of one of the following qualifications and scores from tests taken within the past two years:

  • IELTS Academic test
    An overall band score of at least 6.5 (with no section lower than 5.5)
  • University of Cambridge
    Certificate in Advanced English, CAE (grades A – C)
    Certificate of Proficiency in English, CPE (grades A – C)
  • TOEFL Internet-based test, IBT
    A total score of at least 92, with a minimum score of 22 from the writing section

If you took your English test more than two years ago:

    If you can show proof that you have maintained your English proficiency since taking the test, we may accept your application. You will need to meet at least ONE of the following criteria:
    • You have completed one semester of English studies in the past two years (for an example during an exchange). We accept official transcripts or confirmation of your stay at the host university as proof.
    • You have worked for at least three months in an entirely English environment in the past two years (for example, during an internship or employment). We accept an employer’s statement about the duration of your contract and the official language as proof.
    • You have taken a B2 or C1-level English exam at your university, language school or online in the past two years. We accept a course or language certificate as proof.
    If you can show proof that you have maintained your English proficiency since taking the test, we may accept your application. If you have a CPE or a CAE certificate and can show proof that you have maintained your English proficiency, we will consider your application on a case-by-case basis. You will need to meet at least one of the following criteria:
    • You have completed one semester of English studies in the past two years (for an example during an exchange). We accept official transcripts or confirmation of your stay at the host university as proof.
    • You have worked for at least three months in an entirely English environment in the past two years (for example, during an internship or employment). We accept an employer’s statement about the duration of your contract and the official language as proof.
    • You have taken a B2 or C1-level English exam at your university, language school or online in the past two years. We accept a course or language certificate as proof.
    Unfortunately, TOEFL results are only valid for two years from the date of the exam, and we cannot accept them. You will need to re-sit your exam, or take a relevant IELTS, CAE or CPE qualification.

We recommend that you plan your English tests in plenty of time, as we will not consider any documents received after the set deadlines.

If you want to study at TU/e Eindhoven on the 2nd Year, you will need to meet higher English requirements. More info in the FAQs section on our website.


The participation fee for students in intake 2019 is €15,000 per year.

The fee covers:

  • All tuition at both of your chosen universities
  • Your participation in business, entrepreneurial and innovation courses at our partner business schools
  • All costs related to InnoEnergy events that are an integral part of your programme’s curriculum (including any travel and accommodation costs)
  • Unique Game – changing Impact Programme: six individual and group coachingsessions where you will be taught how to make a game changing impact and know which career will fit best to your qualities and strengths. You will develop the skills needed for your future career.
  • You will have access to a unique pedagogy, with our own products like the Challenge-Driven education, Engineering & Business Case®, in cooperation with Harvard, MIT and Aalborg
    Other innovative pedagogies are the Innovation Journey and the Open Space Studio.
  • Intensive collaboration with industry: Industry Innovation Projects, study visits.
  • Career support by the Career Centre: more than 200 career opportunities being offered per year.

The fee does not cover:

Travel from your home to and from your first-year and second-year universities

Your living expenses. These depend very much on location and personal preference. As a rough estimate we suggest €750 per month to cover housing, food, books, travel, and personal expenses.

Financing your studies through Erasmus+ 

Erasmus+ study loans have been created by the European Commission to make it easier to study a full degree programme abroad.

All our Master’s programmes take place in an Erasmus+ programme country. Certain students may therefore apply for an EU-guaranteed Erasmus+ study loans at a bank in their home country.

Currently the Erasmus+ scheme is available through universities and banks in Spain, France, UK and Turkey for outgoing students from these countries who are pursuing postgraduate study abroad; and to students from other programme countries going to Spain or the UK for a Master’s course. More information on Erasmus+ loans is available here.

Please note: the Erasmus+ study loan programme is not financed or organised by InnoEnergy.

Local funding & scholarship opportunities

InnoEnergy encourages you to search for local loan providers in your home country in case you need additional funding to support your studies.Institutions such as Bizkaia Catedra (Basque Country Spain), COLFUTURO (Colombia), CONAPE (Costa Rica), DUO (the Netherlands), FIDERH (Mexico), (Luxembourg) and (Austria) and support local students with financing their studies abroad through loans and/or scholarships.

In addition, the Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership offers scholarships of up to $ 23.000 for exceptional students from developing countries studying Master’s  programmes in sustainable energy topics (Application deadline for 2019 intake is 8 March, 2019)

Scholarships from InnoEnergy You may apply for a scholarship when you apply for your chosen Master’s programmes. InnoEnergy offers various scholarship to top talents based on a combination of academic skills (such as past performance, quality of previous education and university), professional background and affinity with innovation and entrepreneurship. For the 2019 intake, the following scholarships are available for successful applicants of any of our Master’s programmes:

  • Academic Excellence Scholarships (top students in ranking list): fee waiver of € 15.000 + a monthly allowance of up to €750 for a maximum of 24 months*
  • Energy Impact Scholarships: fee waivers of €7.000 and €15.000

There are an additional number of partial scholarships (€7.000) available for students enrolled in our new MSc Energy Transition programme starting in September 2019.

If you secure a scholarship that does not offer a monthly allowance, you must make sure you have enough funds to cover your living costs during your time at the InnoEnergy Master’s School.

How to apply for a scholarship. When applying for one of our Master’s programmes, please tick the appropriate box in the application form and submit the link to a short motivation video (maximum 90 seconds), explaining why you should be awarded a scholarship based on your ideas for or experience with innovation and entrepreneurship in the sustainable energy sector. Scholarships can only be awarded to applicants to InnoEnergy Master’s programmes. It is not possible to apply for an InnoEnergy scholarship when you are already enrolled in an InnoEnergy Master’s programme.

You may only apply for and be awarded a scholarship for the first priority programme you apply for.

Please note: scholarships are only available when you apply in application round 0 or 1.

Who gets a scholarship. Scholarships are awarded only to the highest ranking applicants on each programme. Scholarships can be awarded based on academic criteria (such as past performance, quality of previous education and university), or ideas for or experience with innovation and entrepreneurship. Decisions about scholarships are final and cannot be appealed.

Scholarship amounts. The amount of funding available for scholarships depends on the budget available for each programme. They may therefore vary each year.

Please note: It is not possible to appeal decisions regarding scholarships, and the selection results (ranking) do not constitute grounds for an appeal.

It is not possible to transfer an InnoEnergy Master’s School scholarship to another InnoEnergy programme or to a non-InnoEnergy programme.

Scholarships paid in Poland. These are currently subject to taxation in accordance with the provisions of Polish law. AGH and SUT endeavour to arrange tax exemptions for their students. However, the final decision is issued by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education in accordance with the binding provisions on personal income tax (Journal of Laws of 2012 No. 361 as amended).

Code of conduct. All students, including those in receipt of an InnoEnergy scholarship, agree to the terms of the . Any breaches of the code of conduct may result in the student agreement being dissolved.

Students can find other ways to finance their participation in the InnoEnergy Master’s School through the scholarship portal.

*Conditions apply.



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