Commercial success in energy markets requires integrated management. Specialists and managers should not only know how to solve energy engineering problems. They also need to be able to move in international markets and take commercially-viable action.This degree program is of interest to all those who care about energy and the environment, who are interested in business studies and IT, and who wish to broaden their personal and professional horizons by spending time abroad. In a practice-relevant energy degree with a broad scope, students will acquire comprehensive fundamental knowledge which they can use to optimize and shape international energy projects and prepare the way for a sustainable future.
BUILD YOUR OWN PROFILE
With elective modules, coursework and your choice of company for your practical semester, you can shape your studies individually and develop your own profile of expertise.
INTEGRATED SEMESTER IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY
The integrated semester in a foreign country will enhance your international profile as well as helping you develop your social skills.
Energy management graduates are highly sought-after on the international jobs market. The career prospects for graduates of this degree program are excellent, with a wide range of careers and opportunities for starting your professional life.
Sectors and fields of activity
Energy trading and energy management
Economic viability inspection for new and existing facilities
Project management for energy projects
Uncovering and exploiting potential efficiencies for large energy consumers
The following skills and interests are useful for the degree program:
- an interest in economics
- an interest in the environment, energy and climate
- an interest in IT
- the ability to plan and organize
- the ability to think logically
- the ability to work in a team
Prerequisites for admission: a general qualification for university entrance (school-leaving certificate), an entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences, or a subject-specific higher-education entrance qualification.
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Degree program at a glance
Qualification: Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.)
Course start: Winter Semester / Summer Semester
Standard study period: 7 semesters
Teaching language: German and English
Location: Prittwitzstrasse Campus
Preparatory course: recommended
Close of applications: July 15, January 15
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Course and examination regulations
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The course and examination regulations define the conditions and legal requirements for a proper degree course. If you are taking this course "with in-depth practical experience", the same course and examination regulations apply.
Please note: if you are already a registered student at Ulm University of Applied Sciences, it might be that a different version of the course and examination regulations apply for you. The course and examination regulations which were in effect when you started your course are the ones which apply. If in doubt, please contact your program adviser.
The examination plans for the current semester for the Department of Production Engineering and Production Economics.
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|Module handbook ||The module handbook describes the modules belonging to the degree course, their content, the intended learning outcomes, and the form of academic assessment. |
Please note: the module handbook / module list is updated by March 1 for the relevant summer semester and by September 1 for the relevant winter semester, and is valid from this point onwards. Please contact your program adviser if you have questions regarding earlier module descriptions.