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Building Energy Engineering

Master‘s studies @ Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VILNIUS TECH)
15 Jul Application deadline
1 Sep Start date
2 years Study duration full-time
4916€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

OVERVIEW

Degree Master of Engineering Sciences in Energy Engineering
Length, structure 2 years (4 semesters) graduation is finalized with the defense of Final project
Detailed curricula 
Entry Requirements To this programme applicants are accepted from the fields of: Energy, Energy Engineering, Water Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Building Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Technology, Mechanical Engineering, (land) Transport Engineering

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY PROGRAMME?

Energy systems in buildings are by far one of the largest energy consumers, and the production of energy for them is the most polluting and significant in terms of climate change. This is why energy engineering is still one of the fastest growing activities in the world.

The design of such systems requires comprehensive engineering knowledge, so the purpose of the Master’s study programme Buildings Energy Engineering is to train specialists who are able to critically analyze, model and integrate the building’s energy systems and processes into them.

Such specialists are able to apply innovative technologies and smart solutions for evaluation, design, installation, usage, management and maintenance of the building’s smart energy systems.

The Building Energy Engineering program covers many areas – from building, modeling of energy systems, thermodynamic and life-cycle analysis to renewable energy systems, process integration and management of energy demand.

WHAT WILL STUDENTS LEARN?

  • Assess the need for research into energy engineering, plan studies, choose the most appropriate methods, means of performance, investigate and evaluate the result using information technology;
  • Analyze and forecast energy processes, characteristics of installations and systems, and perform calculations of their most important parameters;
  • Assess consumers’ energy demand, analyse energy supply opportunities and plan the adaptation and development of energy systems;
  • Define, analyze, model and improve processes in buildings’ energy systems.

Programme structure

Detailed curricula 

Autumn Intake Deadline

2022-07-15

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