About the studies
Reducing energy demand in buildings is essential to the achievement of a sustainable built environment. At the same time, it is also important to create and maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor environment in inhabited spaces and required thermal and air quality conditions in uninhabited enclosures with an energy efficient Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system. A strong emphasis is placed on dealing with energy engineering and research tasks with due consideration of technical, environmental and socioeconomic issues. Advanced optimization and simulation as well as measurement techniques are applied to identify, describe, quantify and find solutions to a diverse range of energy problems.
In this programme you will learn a multi-dimensional approach, which means that the building is evaluated from different point of views as well as with different system boundaries. As evaluation methods, advanced measurements technique, energy simulation, computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulation, psychological and cognitive functioning, intervention methods as well as life-cycle assessment (LCA) for quantification of the environmental impacts will be covered. This unique programme will focus not only on system and component levels but also on all aspects from technology to human response and environmental impacts.
The programme is internationally attractive since Sweden has a strong position in the building technology, indoor climate technology, energy systems and environmental technology both at the academia and industry. Students will benefit from this by close cooperation with our university and industrial partners in different forms. The learning processes are driven by traditional lectures and laboratory moments as well as project based courses with close collaboration based on actual problems experienced by industry and society.
The major provide proficiency in project design and implementation, operation and maintenance, as well as in crucial phases of policy generation.
This study major has a total duration of two-years taught courses (120 ECTS credits) including a thesis project work (30 ECTS credits). The programme is open to applicants from all over the world. The programme language is English.
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After the studies
The aim is that the student after completion of the programme should have a broad knowledge base to be able to work as a generalist in the energy field, and such deep knowledge in a selected field to be able to work as a specialist. The student should also be able to analyze new and advanced problems on an international market.
- Master of Science (120 Credits)
A completed Bachelor's degree, corresponding to a Swedish Bachelor's degree (180 ECTS), or equivalent academic qualifications from an internationally recognised university.
The degree must be within the area of energy, mechanics, building or another adequate subject area. Also required is a minimum of 12 ects in Thermodynamics and Fluid mechanics.
English language proficiency equivalent to (the Swedish upper secondary school) English course B/6.