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Environmental Engineering

BA Business Administration: Renewable Energies

3 years

€8400 pa

Programme profile

This programme focuses on management and business administration in the renewable energy sector. It will furnish students with technical and practical knowledge in green power technologies (e.g. solar energy, wind, water, geothermal power and bioenergy) as well as with fundamentals of general management, such as finance or marketing. Projects and specialised modules will deepen your understanding of the extensive field of energy supply, its markets and regulations. Study projects are included, which allow students to gain practical skills. At the end of the second year, students have a 15-week internship, in which they will interact with representatives from the public and renewable energy sector.

The growing sector of environmental technologies and renewable energies offers various attractive job opportunities. Graduates work within the energy providing sector, in governmental or non-profit institutions as well as in firms which have identified innovative energy solutions as important future business. Typical career destinations include: Green technology consulting, Economic analysis and technology assessment, Energy and facility management, Ecology and environmental protection.

Programme content

Business Administration:- Economics- Financial and Managerial Accounting- Financing and Investment- Marketing- Human Resource Management- Strategic Management

Renewable Energies:- Solar Energy - Photovoltaics and Solar Thermal Power, Solar Heating and Cooling - Wind and Water Power - Bioenergy - Biomass, Biofuels and Biogas - Geothemal Energy - Energy Storage

Interdisciplinary modules: - Environmental and Climate Protection- Energy Efficiency - Structural Changes in Energy Economy - International Aspects - Decentralised Electricity Supply - Rural and Municipal Development, Private Households- Integrated Smart Grid Solutions- Energy Law

Maths/IT: - Mathematics - Statistics - Applied Computer Sciences

Communication Skills :- Teamwork - Writing and Rhetoric - Presentation Skills Languages:- Spanish or German

Students have the opportunity to spend one semester studying abroad in addition to completing an international internship. You may choose from a wide range of partner universities in Europe, USA, Central America and Asia.

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels [inc Maths] and Three GCSEs

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate (inc 2 x H5, one of which must be Maths). At least one subject to be relevant to programme you are applying for.

IB students must present Higher Level Maths




15 July