THINK GREEN – Study energy management
Young and flexible, fresh and innovative – these are attributes that apply to the future, our students and the study program Energy Management at FH Kufstein Tirol. The modern bachelor study program within a dynamic industry sector offers exciting content, practical projects and excellent career opportunities. Interested students have the broad informational offer of the University of Applied Sciences Kufstein at their disposal.
Furthermore, students can also submit relevant pre-academic writings for the attractive Young Scientist Energy Award competition.
We require motivated experts with a solid technical understanding for developing new solution approaches in order to responsibly and sustainably deal with the resources of electricity, gas and heat. The bachelor study program Energy Management trains precisely these experts and conveys a very broad basic knowledge in technology and business administration. The lecturers are from various subject areas within the industry and can thereby show the students all facets of modern energy management.
DETAILED STRUCTURE OF THE BACHELOR STUDY PROGRAM
- Technical and business-related fundamentals (Semester 1+2)
- Application and specific characteristics of energy engineering plants (Semester 3+4)
- Management and digitization (Semester 2-4)
- Project development and financing (various practical projects)
- Discovering new perspectives and other cultures (integrated semester abroad)
- First professional experiences (internship)
Due to the lack of qualified specialists, motivated graduates can look forward to ideal career opportunities based on their learned skills. They can contribute to establishing a safe, climate-friendly and, first and foremost, sustainable energy supply based on their innovative ideas.
INTERESTING STUDY PROGRAM OFFERS
Excursion to Kufstein:
Interested school classes can also visit the campus themselves. The University of Applied Sciences Kufstein offers taster lectures, guided tours and an introduction to scientific writing. The UAS also visits schools and presents its educational offers in the classroom. Learn more here.
Expert panel evaluates energy topics:
Students who worked on an energy-related topic in their pre-academic paper or seminar thesis had the opportunity to participate in the Special Young Scientist Energy Award 2018.
Katja Stockinger is the winner of the Young Scientist Energy Award 2018 of FH Kufstein Tirol! She wrote her seminar thesis with the title “Planned Pumped Storage Power Plant” at the Auersperg-Gymnasium Passau-Freudenhain and won the € 500.– prize money. For publication.
Start studying now:
Those who want to shape the future of the energy market can register for their study program now. Further details in the Guide for Applicants.