The energy landscape is increasingly moving in the direction of renewable energies and efficient processes. In the future, engineers working in the field of energy technology and energy management will increasingly be tasked with shaping this evolution, since it demands both improvements to existing energy conversion processes and methodological expertise for the analysis and comparative assessment of entire systems.

Photovoltaic, wind energy, geothermal, natural gas, or hydropower plants convert renewable sources into clean energy. High-efficiency decentralized cogeneration units provide electricity and heat in a predictable and climate-friendly manner. The increasing presence of green energy within the power network requires energy experts who are able to provide safe and smart system-based solutions for the generation, transmission, distribution and use of energy.

With a view to imparting complete energy management expertise, Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, Nuremberg Tech and Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences are combining their energy expertise in an accredited Energy Management and Energy Technology master’s degree programme, with graduates being awarded the degree “Master of Engineering” (M.Eng.). Following the successful completion of a relevant engineering degree programme, the master’s degree programme will pave the way to a diverse range of professional tasks in which you will enjoy a position of responsibility as a manager or department head within the energy industry.

Master of Engineering
Program duration
3 Semester
Admission restrictions
Special features
  • Study at the region’s three university competence centres for energy technology
  • Equivalent to a university degree
  • International recognition
  • Intensive and personalized support
  • External and well-known adjunct lecturers from the field
  • Small study groups in state-of-the-art laboratories
  • Application-oriented study through the completion of project papers and theses together with companies
  • Additional academic qualification
  • The degree programme is also provided by the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences
Ansbach, Nuremberg and Weihenstephan-Triesdorf
Admission semester

For application deadlines see page of Ansbach University of Applied Sciences
Application period
Mechanical Engineering and Building Services Engineering

More information

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Information on admission

The qualification requirement for admission to the master’s degree programme is a university degree or equivalent degree with a final grade point average of 2.5 or higher in a qualified degree programme comprising at least the standard period of study of six semesters at a German or foreign university. Further details are regulated by the Study and Examination Regulations, which can be found on the website of Ansbach University of Applied Sciences.

Student Counseling Service

You’d like personal counseling and support in orientation and choosing a degree programme? Then you can get in touch with our Student Counseling Service.
Student Counseling Service

The student counseling service at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences will also be happy to help you:

General student counseling service:

Telephone: (0981) 4877 - 437
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Faculty advisor

Would you like more detailed information about the content of individual subjects within the Energy Management and Energy Technology master’s degree programme? Then the Faculty Advisor at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences is your next port of call.

Academic counseling: Study programme and contents
Ansbach University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer
Tel.: (0981) 48 77 – 316