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University Master's Degree in Energy Conversion Systems and Technologies - 5th edition

University Master's Degree in Energy Conversion Systems and Technologies

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Online teaching organisation

Students can choose between two formats:

  1. 100% online format.
  2. Blended format, divided into 63% online activities and 27% face-to-face activities. The face-to-face classes are concentrated in two subjects: Integrated Laboratory of Energy Conversion Systems in the second semester, and the Master's Thesis, which is a year-long subject.

The teaching methodology of the master's degree is based on continuous assessment through different training and evaluation activities. These have the following format:

  • Live activities held within a set timetable. These will be introductory activities and videoconferences aimed at presenting course content, tasks, dates, assessment criteria and assessed activities such as student presentations or laboratory practicals. All the videoconferences are at 1 PM (local Spanish time), are recorded and are available to be watched by the students at any time.
  • Self-paced activities for students to do in their own time such as reading and/or video material, webcasting, exercises, assignments, case studies and assessed self-paced activities, among others.


There are no exams in the first four-month period. However, the self-paced activities require students to complete a verification test, which will not count towards the final mark. If a student fails to pass a subject in the first exam session, the lecturer may request the student to provide additional work or to sit an exam in the second session. This exam does not account for 100% of the final mark.

Master's degree final project

Master's thesis subject is either online or face-to-face.

Guide to the Master’s Thesis subject of the School of Chemical Engineering (ETSEQ).


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