Energy Management (M.Eng.)

In recent years, the global consequences of climate change and the rapidly rising cost of energy resources have brought energy management to the forefront of discussions about environmental protection and energy supply. Comprehensive changes are needed in order to achieve the objectives of the Federal Government and the states with regard to a sustainable, renewable and efficient energy supply. The challenges of implementing the energy system transformation are creating a need for highly qualified engineers who can plan and operate particularly efficient energy supply systems while taking technical, economic and ecological aspects into account. 

The innovative Masters programme Energy Management imparts in-depth, professionally qualifying knowledge beyond the basic curriculum that is required to cope with the challenges of today's and tomorrow's energy supply.

career prospects

Engineers in the field of energy management have excellent career prospects. As sought-after experts, they work in various areas of the energy sector, the industry and research. E.g.:

  • planning offices for supply energy and environment engineering 
  • project development
  • producers of technical supply systems
  • energy supplier and service provider 
  • network operators
  • energy-intensive companies
  • consulting companies
  • authorities and associations
  • and many more

Thanks to decentralisation and digitalisation the number and types of jobs are incresing. 

structure of studies

Modular structure
Students can chose between various elective subjects, according to their personal or professional interests. 

Hybrid studies
Most of the courses take place on-site and are being broadcasted online at the same time. This allows sudents, e.g. those with kids or those who study while in employment, to easily fit the courses into their daily personal or professional lives. Please note that exams will always take place on-site at the university.

Duration of the programme

  • The standard period of study is 3 semesters. The duration of the studies depends on the student's individual planning
  • Part time studies (e.g. study while being employed) can usually be completed within 4 to 6 semesters

90 ECTS credits must be acquired and the programme concludes with the Master thesis. See the module manual for further information.

admission requirements
  • first higher education degree qualifying for entry to a profession (Bachelor, diploma) in the scope of at least 180 ECTS credits and a final grade of at least 2.5, or 3.0 in justified cases
    • applicants with a final grade between 2.5 and 3.0 can register via the application portal too. At some point of the process you will be asked to explain your exceptional circumstances. Based on this, the admissions committee will decide if you will be admitted to the master programme 
  • the Bachelor/Diploma degree should be in the field of engineering, industrial engineering, sciences or technical
  • relevant practical experience of at least 5 months
    • a Bachelor degree with at least 210 ETCS credits, including a practical semester will be recognised as a relevant practical experience. The same applies to practical phase with a duration of at least 20 weeks if they were done in the fifth semester or higher
    •  a Bachelor degree with 180 ETCS credits qualifies for this master programme if a relevant practical experience is done extra-curricular
  • sufficient knowledge of German:
    • DSH (level 2)
    • TestDaF (consistently level 4)
    • deutsches Sprachdiplom (second level)
    • kleines Sprachdiplom, großes Sprachdiplom or Zertifikat C1 of the Goethe-Institut
    • telc-Prüfung C1 of TASI Trier
    • zentrale Oberstufenprüfung (ZOP)

The admission requirements are laid down in §4 of the examination regulations.

contact and advice
  • Personal advice and information on the study content
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Torsten Reindorf 
    Head of the department
    Phone: +49 651 8103-327 | +49 651 998-76768
    E-Mail: reindorf(at)
  • Information on application, matriculation, examination administration, change of study programme, preparation and issue of certificates, exmatriculation
    Study service of the University of Applied Science
  • Secretary's office
    Manuela Mertes
    Phone: +49 651 8103-360
    E-Mail: mertes(at)

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At a glance

    Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
    summer & winter semester
    3 semesters | 90 ECTS
    full time, part time (further information)
    none, but semester contribution
    international study and research projects possible
    high practial relevance, future-oriented, small study groups, intense student support by the professors, familiar atmosphere, outstanding career opportunities

(Application for students with none German school-leaving certificates via Uni Assist)

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