Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, University of Twente (CSTM) The pre-Master's programme is a transfer and bridging programme for students from a University of Applied Sciences (HBO) or university Bachelor's students who wish to obtain a university Master's degree but cannot be admitted directly. Students with a related previous education will gain the knowledge and skills needed for participation in the Master’s programme. Once you’ve successfully completed the pre-Master's programme, you’ll be granted admission to the Master’s programme in Environmental & Energy Management. As an HBO student you can either start your pre-Master’s programme after completing your Bachelor’s programme or during your Bachelor's programme as a transfer minor.
Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, University of Twente (CSTM) The pre-Master's programme is a transfer and bridging programme for students with a higher professional education (Dutch HBO) degree or a university Bachelor's who wish to enter our Master’s programme, but who cannot be admitted directly. Once you’ve successfully completed the pre-Master's programme, you’ll be granted admission to the Master’s programme in Sustainable Energy Technology (SET). If you have an international Bachelor's degree, you can only apply directly for the Master’s programme; you do not have the possibility to participate in a pre-Master’s. You can take your pre-Master's as a minor during your Bachelor's degree, or do it after completing your Bachelor’s degree.
Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, University of Twente (CSTM) Are you looking for a way to deepen your expertise in energy technology, while supplementing it with the broader knowledge and skills needed to achieve real change in our societies’ energy systems? Are you eager to use your understanding of technology and engineering to play a role as enabler, leader and game changer in the transition towards sustainable energy systems? If you are, the University of Twente’s Master’s programme Sustainable Energy Technology (SET) is a good choice for you.
Understand both technology and society
Building on our university’s unique High Tech Human Touch philosophy, the SET programme is for students who understand the kind of energy technologies that will be needed in tomorrow’s world as well as what it will take to get them rolled out and working in our communities, cities and societies. Engineers and energy technologists choose to focus on developing and improving renewable technologies are needed in society. Society also urgently needs professionals who understand these technologies, but are also equipped to step forward as facilitators and leaders of the renewable energy revolution. The SET programme caters to this second group of engineers. Our aim with the programme is to help you become an authority in the implementation of technology-driven change in energy markets anywhere in the world.
Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, University of Twente (CSTM) Do you believe that socio-technical change is needed to make our planet more resilient and sustainable? Are you eager to gain the knowledge, skills and competencies needed to organize and manage such changes, either locally or internationally? If so, the Master’s programme Environmental and Energy Management (MEEM) at the University of Twente is the right choice for you.
Combine knowledge and action
Today’s grand challenges – climate change, resource depletion, urbanization, ecological and socio-economic stress – call for professionals able to organize, manage and lead socio-technical change. This combined focus, on thinking and doing lies at the heart of the MEEM programme. Its social science-oriented Master’s programme will provide you with knowledge, skills and competencies in various social science disciplines, such as Management, Public Administration, Governance and Law. This will prepare you to lead and manage socio-technical change processes in the industrial, environmental, energy and water domains.
Three focal points in sustainable development
The core of this one-year, English-taught programme consists of three interconnected domains of sustainable development: environment, energy and water. The programme teaches the interrelated management and governance of these three crucial natural resources. Graduating in one of the three domains will prepare you for working with multidisciplinary teams in business, government, consultancy or (PhD) research anywhere in the world.
Master; Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, University of Twente (CSTM) The Master of Environmental and Energy Management programme (often referred to as ‘MEEM’) is a one-year, fulltime programme offered by CSTM – the Twente Centre for Studies in Technology and Sustainable Development at the University of Twente. Since the year 2000, many people have participated in the programme, representing over 40 nationalities. Type of recognition: University