Fill in the online form and upload all required documents
Submit your application
For an application to be assessed, you need to complete all four steps before the application deadline of an application round. In case you are unable to submit the application before the specific deadline, you will be able to submit your application in the subsequent application round. In such case, the information and files uploaded to the application portal will remain in your account. So, there is no need to upload all documents again.
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You may apply to up to two EIT InnoEnergy Master’s School programmes (in Rounds 1 & 2), but you can submit only one application to each of your chosen programmes. If you apply more than once, only your last application will be considered valid.
Create an account in our online application portal
Creating an account is simple. Once you have created your profile, you can prepare your application. You will be ready to return to your profile and prepare all documents until you are ready to submit your application.
Once you have submitted your application, we will give you feedback through the portal.
Fill in the application form and submit your documents
As part of the application, you will need to answer questions related to:
Your personal details
Your preferred study options (your first and second choice of EIT InnoEnergy Master’s programmes, and, depending on the programme, your preferred first-year university. For the Master's in Sustainable Energy Systems, Master's in Smart Electrical Networks and Systems, Master's in Energy for Smart Cities, Master's in Energy Technologies and Master's in Energy Storage you will also select your preferred second-year university
Your educational background
Your English proficiency
Your reasons for applying, and your experiences with innovation and entrepreneurship.
After you have answered the questions, you will also have the opportunity to upload the required documents.
Our team of study experts will answer any questions that you might have about our programmes, applications, student life and more!
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You application will be processed as follows:
We check your application and your documents to see whether you meet our academic and language eligibility standards
The evaluation committee for each Master’s programme checks your eligibility against their specific admission requirements
The programme evaluation committees rank the selected applicants to their programme
Top-ranked applicants may be called for an online interview or test
All applicants are informed on the outcome of the selection process
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Process after application
The EIT InnoEnergy Admissions Office checks whether your documents fulfil the general eligibility criteria for academic qualifications and English proficiency.
You may receive further contact from us if: your application is incomplete; or if you have not supplied the documentation we need; or if you do not meet any other aspect of the admission criteria.
You may submit any requested documents at any time before thedeadlines. Late applications will not be processed.
Each programme’s evaluation committee will check your application meets the specific admission requirements for their programme.
If you have applied to two programmes in one application round, your first and second choice will be treated equally.
The Programme Evaluation Committee creates a ranking of the selected applicants.
Applicants are ranked using a series of selection criteria, such as educational background, study success, quality of previous education and experiences with entrepreneurship and innovation.
The EIT InnoEnergy Admissions Office informs all applicants on the outcome of the selection process.
If you have applied for more than one programme, you may get the results of your applications at different times.
If you have been accepted, please look at the information forAccepted students.
If you have not been accepted, you can apply again in the next application round.
1. If you do not agree with the decision of your application for one of the EIT InnoEnergy Master programmes, please contact the EIT InnoEnergy Admissions Office via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2. If, after discussing the reasons for the decision, you still do not agree, you may formally appeal the decision. Following the instructions:
Fill in theappeals formin English, print and sign the form and send it to the Admissions Office. Please enclose also a copy of your Notification of selections results. The Admissions Office will forward your appeal to the respective Programme Committee.
In your appeal, you must state which Master Programme and Year 1 university the appeal concerns, the decision you’re appealing and the reason for the appeal. Should you want to make an appeal for more than one Master programme, you have to complete and print a separate form for each Master programme.
The Programme Committee to which you appeal will re-assess your eligibility and if any documentation has been disregarded, a new decision will be made. You will be informed in writing by the Admissions Office.
If you disagree with the outcome of the re-assessment the Admissions Office will forward your appeal to the Appeals Board of InnoEnergy, which will make the final decision. Even if the Appeals Board upholds your appeal, there is no guarantee that you will be able to begin the programme during the current academic year; you may be required to wait until the next time the programme is offered.
TIME LIMIT: The appeals form must reach the InnoEnergy Admissions Office no later than four weeks after the date that the e-mail with the results of the selection process has been sent to you.
RESTRICTIONS: Only decisions about general and specific entry requirements may be appealed. Therefore it is not possible to appeal decisions in relation to scholarships. Late or incomplete applications, cancelled programmes or the selection result (ranking) as such do not constitute grounds for an appeal.