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Part-time study also possible from SoSe 24.

Study overview

 

In close cooperation with the Technical University Nuremberg Georg Simon Ohm and the University Weihenstephan-Triesdorf , Ansbach University of Applied Sciences is offering a Master Degree in Energy Management and Energy Technology, leading to a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.), an internationally recognised academic degree

The energy industry is in the midst of a transformation. In addition to the implementation of the energy transition, the digitalisation of the energy industry is one of the greatest challenges. In order to ensure a constant supply of renewable energies, it is necessary to intelligently link generation, distribution and consumption.

Our students can best address this reorientation of the energy industry through our interdisciplinary and inter-university training programme

In order to plan, build and operate energy plants or energy-saving and environmentally friendly facilities, the students at the three universities acquire valuable additional specialist, social, methodological and foreign language skills.

Project and master theses in cooperation with companies round off the course in a practical way.

 

Short formEMT / ETT
Type of studyFull time / Part time
Standard period of study3 semester / 6 semester
AwardMaster of Engineering (M.Eng.)
Start of studiesWinter term &
summer term
Admission restrictions specific
Lecture locationAnsbach, Nuremberg & Triesdorf
Language of instructionGerman
Course management Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke &
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer
Student advisory serviceProf. Dr. Jörg Kapischke &
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer
Student Servicesstudierendenservice.emt(at)hs-ansbach.de

Admission requirements

The three-semester Master's degree programme is intended for Diplom and Bachelor graduates with a seven-semester degree.

The qualification requirement for admission to the Master's degree programme is a university degree or equivalent qualification with an overall examination grade of 2.5 or better in a qualified degree programme at a German or foreign university with a standard period of study of at least six semesters.
Bachelor's graduates with a six-semester degree programme (180 ECTS) complete a bridging semester. This can be either a theoretical semester or a practical semester within the first two semesters of the degree programme.

Furthermore, a qualified course of study is deemed to exist if it comprises examination achievements that are for the majority equivalent to the examination achievements of one of the above-mentioned courses of study.

The modules in the Master's degree programme in Energy Management and Energy Technology are predominantly taught in German. For this reason, the relevant language skills are required. Further details on language requirements can be found >>here<<.

If you are not sure about the requirements of your university degree, please feel free to contact us personally.

Locations

With the Master's degree programme in Energy Management and Energy Technology, the three universities are pooling their energy technology expertise in a cross-university degree programme. The degree programme is administratively managed by Ansbach University of Applied Sciences. Application, enrolment etc. are only possible via Ansbach University of Applied Sciences.

How do you get to the other locations?

The majority of courses take place in Ansbach. Some courses are offered in Nuremberg and Triesdorf. In order to limit commuting to the other locations, the modules outside Ansbach are grouped together according to weekdays. In addition to travelling by train, carpooling is also organised among the students to a large extent. This means that the other locations are always within easy reach.

Accreditation

Application is only possible online via the Ansbach University website. Further information on the general application modalities as well as access to the online application can be found here:

Application modalities & online application

Deadlines:

    for the summer semester: 01.12. - 01.03.
    for the winter semester: 02.05. - 15.09.

Please note:

Study structure

The Master's programme is divided into three module groups (Management, Technology, Project Planning and Operations), two team-oriented projects and a Master's thesis. The Master's degree programme is characterised above all by its wide range of elective options. For each of the three module groups, a minimum number of ECTS can be freely selected from a portfolio of modules. In addition, 20 ECTS can be freely chosen from all three module groups. This allows you to organise your Master's degree entirely according to your personal interests. You only have to pay attention to the minimum number of ECTS credits per module group.

The basic structure of the Master's degree programme is as follows:

 

In addition to the three module groups, there are two practice-oriented projects. The Master's programme is rounded off by your Master's thesis. The order of the module groups and their modules does not matter except for that of the Master's thesis.

To illustrate the design possibilities of the study programme, two sample study programmes were created. The examples presented here show a strongly economic and technical design of the Master's programme. However, it is entirely up to you how you organise your Master's programme and which focal points you choose.

Compatibility of studies and career

The three-semester (full-time) or six-semester (part-time) degree programme is based on the same courses. The degree programme is basically designed as a face-to-face course. However, hybrid teaching, blended learning or block dates are used in many courses. This and the great freedom in the choice of modules make it easier to combine studying and working.

Accreditation

 

In October 2019, the Master's programme in Energy Management and Energy Technology was successfully accredited once again. The qualified study programme was awarded the quality seal of the Accreditation Council by the ACQUIN agency. The accreditation confirms the high level of the Master's programme and documents the international comparability of the degree.

>> Accreditation certificate

Laboratories

 Hydrogen technology

 

To the lab view

Technical diagnostics, maintenance and reliability

To the lab view

Energy Process Engineering / Efficient Energy Conversion

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Further Information

The Master's programme in Energy Management and Energy Technology is characterised by an exciting range of modules and research areas that correspond to later professional fields of activity across the entire breadth of the energy industry.
The management-oriented, technical and business skills make our graduates recognised specialists and managers, both in the conventional and renewable energy industries and across sectors.
Find your perfect job here, for example:

  • Energy utilities
  • Municipal utilities
  • Power plant operators
  • Plant manufacturers and industrial companies
  • National and international energy trading
  • Consulting and service companies
  • Engineering offices
  • Project developers in the power supply industry
  • Automotive industry
  • Research and development (R&D)

In addition to individual support, you will of course benefit from the many other advantages of our cross-university course of study:

  • Small study groups in modern laboratories
  • Practical study through project work
  • Studies at the three energy technical university centres of expertise of the region

Staff

Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke – Studiengangsleiter Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke

Studiengangsleiter Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

0981 4877-310 92.2.50 Dienstag 10.30-11.30 Uhr vCard

Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke

Prof. Dr. Jörg Kapischke – Studiengangsleiter Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Studiengangsleiter Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Funktionen:

  • Studiengangsleiter Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)
  • Professor Angewandte Ingenieurwissenschaften (AIW)
  • Professor Nachhaltige Ingenieurwissenschaften (NIW)
  • Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)
  • TAKE Transferzentrum Ansbach
    Leitung Innovation Lab: Digitales Energiemanagement
  • Stellvertretende Leitung Biomasse Institut

Lehrgebiete:

  • Thermodynamik
  • Fluiddynamik
  • Kolben- und Strömungsmaschinen
  • Dezentrale Energiebereitstellung
  • Wasserstofftechnologie
  • Dezentrale Energieumwandlung

Forschungsschwerpunkte:

  • Gasmotorentechnologie
  • Wasserstofftechnik

Vita:

  • Maschinenbaustudium an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum und an der Texas A&M University
  • Promotion auf dem Gebiet der Wasserstoffspeicherung an der Technischen Universität Hamburg-Harburg
  • Langjährige leitende Tätigkeit im Industrieanlagenbau


Forschungsprojekte:

Das Technologie - Transferzentrum für den Mittelstand (TZM) an der HS Ansbach ist ein lehrstuhlübergreifendes Gemeinschaftsprojekt der ingenieurwissenschaftlichen Fakultät.
Gefördert wird das Zentrum durch den europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung (EFRE).

Ralph-Peter Kappestein – Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

Ralph-Peter Kappestein

Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

0981 4877-143 BHS 3.02 (Brauhausstraße 15, 91522 Ansbach) nach Vereinbarung vCard

Ralph-Peter Kappestein

Ralph-Peter Kappestein – Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)

Funktionen:

  • Leiter Studierendenservice der School of Business and Technology (SBT)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer – Stellvertretende Studiengangsleitung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer

Stellvertretende Studiengangsleitung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

0981 4877-316 92.1.44 nach Vereinbarung vCard

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Rosenbauer – Stellvertretende Studiengangsleitung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Stellvertretende Studiengangsleitung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT) / Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Funktionen:

  • Stellvertretende Studiengangsleitung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)
  • Studienfachberatung Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)
  • Professor Nachhaltige Ingenieurwissenschaften (NIW)
  • Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Angewandte Ingenieurwissenschaften (AIW)
  • Vorsitzender Prüfungskommission Nachhaltige Ingenieurwissenschaften (NIW)
  • Praktikumsbeauftragter Angewandte Ingenieurwissenschaften (AIW)
  • Praktikumsbeauftragter Nachhaltige Ingenieurwissenschaften (NIW)

Lehrgebiete:

  • Regenerative Anlagentechnik
  • Energiewirtschaft
  • Technische Mechanik

Forschungsfelder:

  • Energiewirtschaftliche Analysen

Vita:

  • Studium Elektrotechnik/Energietechnik an der TU München
  • Promotion an der Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft FfE München

Industrie-Tätigkeiten bei der Siemens AG

  • Szenarioplanung und Technologiebewertung im Energiebereich mit Schwerpunkt: dezentrale und regenerative Energiesysteme
  • Business Development zum Thema CO2 - Produktmanagement für Kohlevergasungsgraftwerke mit CO2-Abtrennung
  • Regionale Vertriebsverantwortung im Kraftwerksgeschäft

Agnes Rutkowski

Agnes Rutkowski – Fakultätsassistentin Fakultät Technik

Fakultätsassistentin Fakultät Technik

Funktionen:

  • Fakultätsassistentin Fakultät Technik

Betreute Studiengänge:

  • Angewandte Kunststofftechnik (AKT)
  • Applied Research in Engineering Sciences (APR)
  • Energiemanagement und Energietechnik (EMT)

Contact at the Technical University Nuremberg Georg-Simon-Ohm
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Popp

Contact at the Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Huber