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Kennispoort, 6th floor
John F. Kennedylaan 2
5612 AB Eindhoven

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+31 40 24 06 031

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1040 Brussels

Belgium

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Master’s programmes do you offer?
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We offer a choice of seven programmes, each designed to give students the right combination of engineering, personal and business management skills. Each offers a challenging syllabus and high-quality content.

  • MSc Energy Transition
  • MSc EMINE – European Master’s in Nuclear Energy
  • MSc ENTECH – Master’s in Energy Technologies
  • MSc RENE – Master’s in Renewable Energy
  • MSc SENSE – Master’s in Smart Grids
  • MSc SELECT – Master’s in Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems
  • MSc Energy for Smart Cities
  • MSc Energy Storage
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What qualifications do I need to apply to the InnoEnergy Master’s School?
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You should have a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 180 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits or an equivalent academic qualification from an internationally recognised university. The individual Master’s programmes determine what subjects they will accept. You can find out more about the admissions criteria for each programme here.

If you have questions about the eligibility of the university at which you studied for your Bachelor’s degree, please contact the InnoEnergy Admissions Office at: admissionsoffice@innoenergy.com.

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Which university will I study at?
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As a student of the InnoEnergy Master’s School you will spend your first year at one European university and your second year at another. The universities you attend will depend on the programme you choose to study and, for some programmes, on the specialist courses you choose to take. All universities and institutions involved in the InnoEnergy Master’s School are accredited by their respective governments, and are internationally recognised. They are:

  • AGH: University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
  • INP: Grenoble Institute of Technology, France
  • IST: Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal
  • KIT: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • KTH: Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
  • KU Leuven, Belgium
  • SUT: Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland
  • TU/e: Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
  • Université Paris-Saclay, France
  • École Polytechnique, France
  • UPC: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech, Spain
  • UU: Uppsala University, Sweden

You may also have the opportunity to take courses at:

  • Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Portugal
  • ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain
  • GEM: Grenoble École de Management, France

Details of which programmes take place at which universities are available from each programme’s section of our website.

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Are your programmes open to students from outside the EU?
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Absolutely yes. Our programmes attract a global student base. If you are a citizen of an EU country, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland or Switzerland, you are classed as an EU student. If you are a citizen of any other country you are classed as a non-EU student. As a non-EU student, you will need a relevant student visa, and you may need to fulfil certain country-specific requirements for non-EU students. Your first-year university will support your application for a visa, and will send you all the relevant details with your acceptance email.

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What will I study during my Master’s programme?
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The subject matter is different for each Master’s programme. However, all courses have a strong entrepreneurial or business-focused element in addition to in-depth technical content. Each programme also places a strong emphasis on project-based work and hands-on experience gained outside the lecture hall or lab. An overview of the two-year programme, plus details of individual courses and the syllabus are available from each programme’s section of our website.

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How and when do I choose my second-year university and specialisation?
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This depends on your study programme. In some cases, you can give a preference for your second year study location in the admission process. You will then receive an acceptance letter with details about both your first and your second year university. In other progrmames you will need to make the decision about your second-year university during your first year of study. Your preferences, the transcript of your previous studies, and the number of available places are all taken into account when allocating second-year places. The decision is taken by representatives from all the universities taking part in the programme. Whenever possible your preferences will be honoured.

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What kind of interaction with my professors can I expect?
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Teaching methods and the level of personal engagement with professors and lecturers depends on the university and the programme you choose. However, the majority of our programmes place an emphasis on teaching in smaller groups, with hands-on projects, and solving real-world challenges to help you build positive relationships with leading academics and businesses in your chosen field.

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Is there an opportunity to participate in internships at a relevant company or research centre?
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Internships are a compulsory element for most of our programmes. In most cases, you will also have the opportunity to undertake your thesis at one of our industry partners. There are also plenty of opportunities on each programme to engage directly with industry experts.

You can find more details on each programmes’ section of our website. And you can find more details about our Career Centre.

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Where and when can I do my thesis?
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You normally undertake your thesis in the final semester of the two-year programme. The thesis is worth 30 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits, or 45 credits at TU/e – the Technical University of Eindhoven, and will typically be undertaken at one of our industry partners or research centres. The subject of your thesis will be agreed with your course supervisors, and will relate to the subject of the programme with an emphasis on innovation and business management.

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Is there a recommended reading list for my Master’s programme?
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You will receive information about recommended reading on the first day of classes. In some courses, teachers provide texts and digital material. You will also have access to e-books, scientific articles and books at your university.

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Can I study part time?
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No. Our programmes are designed for full-time study only. Our programmes include study in two different countries over two years and that several study trips, activities and events are organised each year, making it impossible to arrange on a part-time basis. By signing our student agreement, you commit to full-time study.

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Can I take a part-time job while studying on one of your programmes?
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We don’t recommend it. Our programmes are designed for full-time study, include study in two different countries and involve various study trips and commitments each year. By signing our student agreement, you commit to full-time study. You are likely to find the time pressures of full-time study incompatible with evening or weekend work.

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What qualifications will I receive after completing an InnoEnergy Master’s programme?
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After successfully completing your chosen programme, you will receive a double degree: one from each university you attended during the programme. More details of the qualifications offered can be found on each programmes’ section of our website.

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What is the typical salary for a graduate of the InnoEnergy Master’s School?
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Salaries vary greatly across the industry and between different countries. However, we can say that on average our graduates earn 15% more than their peers with more conventional qualifications.

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