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University Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Energy - 6th edition

University Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Energy

Academic information

Simultaneous studies

You can follow a special programme that enables you to simultaneously study the University Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Energy and the University Master's Degree in Technology and Engineering Management.

This special programme is taught in English (100%).

External practices

The external work experience programme is compulsory and consists of 12 ECTS credits. The aim is for students to be able to apply and supplement the knowledge they have accumulated during the course so that they can acquire the competencies that will prepare them for a professional career, improve their employment prospects and stimulate their entrepreneurial skills.

The work experience programme lasts for at least 4-6 months (from July or September to January) and students work in companies such as Repsol, Technip, SCA, Clariant, DOW, environmental consultants or research centres such as IREC or IMDEA, or the university. Students do their master's degree thesis at the same time, with a joint workload of 600 hours.

Internship guide of the School of Chemical Engineering (ETSEQ).

Master's degree final project

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

Mobility

Optional. Check the list of mobility agreements.

Specific grants

Work Experience Awards offered by companies such as DOW, BASF, CLARIANT, MESSER, Essity, Covestro, TECHNIP FMC, Repsol y BASF SONATRACH PropanChem S. A.

Grants for initiation in teaching and research in Departments (BIDI URV)