... where one learns about 'management as well as production, financing and the scientific background of renewable energy'.
Project Management, Energy Engineering, Wind Power, Environmental Law, Electric Mobility, Communication, Energy Storing Devices, Negotiating are only a few courses taught in this degree programme. Click here for a more detailed overview.
Especially the mix of economics, law and engineering is very much sought after in the sector.
Felix Färber, graduate
You will gain all the technical expertise and knowledge of economics and profitability you need. Find out more about professional fields for renewable energy managers.
This degree programme undoubtedly enriches graduates’ career paths.
Michael Schell, graduate
Our graduates will be the ones to design our future and keep our world liveable, working in senior-level positions in the economic, political and social sectors. See our graduate profiles for testimonials from some of our graduates.
This degree programme provides graduates with a good foundation to make their own contribution to the success of the energy revolution.
Veronika Brandmeier, graduate
German (proof of proficiency is required)
Weihenstephan/Freising (near Munich)
One of few degree programmes in the area of renewable energy with a focus on technology and economics. Around two thirds of the programme focus on management competencies (energy sector, law and political aspects), while the other third addresses technical fundamentals for positions in the energy sector.
This degree programme is developed to be very much practice-oriented, thanks to close involvement of companies in the sector. During the entire fifth semester, all students work in an energy-sector company of their choice.
Various modules offer students the opportunity to qualify for positions on an international level.
All renewable energy resources will have a place in the energy mix of the future. This is why it is exceedingly important to look at the ‘energy world of the future’ in all its versatility and totality, from renewable energy production, over further processing (e.g. hydrogen) and storage, to end consumption. Innovative topics, such as digitisation in general or development of electric mobility in particular, also play a major part in this.