Tuition fee €5,157 per year

*KTU offers partial tuition fee waivers for the candidates with outstanding results

Application fee €100 one-time

Payable within 2 weeks from the application submission by transferring it to the KTU bank account. Non-refundable. Bank details will be provided during application.

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Today, the need to save energy is common knowledge. But how could we improve the existing technologies to make energy consumption more efficient? How to reduce energy prices making the goods and services more affordable? How to ensure access to energy to all the people without harming the environment? While studying MSc Energy Technologies and Economics at KTU you will analyse similar dilemmas and gain the skills and knowledge needed to tackle the most pressing problems of the contemporary world.

During your studies, you will learn to develop complex, more efficient energy systems, you will gain interdisciplinary knowledge on energy production, distribution, economics, development of the energy sector. Through research projects, you will learn how to make economically sound engineering decisions and to be able to effectively solve various problems in the energy sector. The knowledge gained in the master’s Energy Technologies and Economics study programme will help you address long-term energy development planning, regulation challenges. Your studies will equip you with risk and need forecasting skills, and competencies to reach informed and creative solutions to the problems of the energy sector.

The comprehensive interdisciplinary knowledge of the technologies and economics of energy generation, transmission, distribution, and effective use make the graduates of this study programme a valuable asset to any company in the energy sector. The professionals, who can control electrical power engineering objects and reach economically reasonable engineering solutions, who can conduct research and provide solutions for sustainable development of electric power industry are in high demand in the global job market.

• A unique programme for future managers in the energy sector: you will acquire not only technological but also economics education
• Access to the labs with the latest equipment, such as the largest in the Eastern Europe renewable resources lab or Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab

Objective(s) of a Study Programme:

To prepare highly qualified specialists capable to analyse sustainable energy technologies, investment, planning and
management processes, to create sustainable solutions for the development of the energy sector, to solve practical and
scientific problems, and independently carry out research work.

Access to Professional Activity

The graduate can work in energy sector enterprises, in energy departments of various enterprises, in power system
planning and design enterprises, in national and international institutions.

Career opportunities

Student’s competences:

– Knowledge of sustainable energy technologies, investment, planning and effective management processes.
– Application of operational principles of the energy resources market, critical assessment of interconnections between management and regulation of energy resources markets and energy policy.
– Planning of effective, safe and reliable electrical energy systems.
– Application of economically substantiated engineering solutions and solving of quantitative problems of the market of energy resources.

Student’s skills:

– Able to integrate knowledge of technologies and economy science, and plan and manage complex energy systems.
– Able to critically analyse the issues of energy generation, environmental protection and economy relevant to the society.
– Able to apply economic operational principles of energy sector and specifics of formulation of financial solutions.
– Able to solve practical and scientific problems in sustainable energy development.

Apply now! Fall semester 2024/25
Application deadline
30 Jun 2024, 23:59:59
Eastern European Time
Studies commence
1 Sept 2024
Apply now! Fall semester 2024/25
Application deadline
30 Jun 2024, 23:59:59
Eastern European Time
Studies commence
1 Sept 2024