The programme contains the following courses on ecological aspects and the 3 areas of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering:
In the master’s degree programme Master of Engineering (MEng) – Wasserkraft, you also write a master’s thesis.
This university programme for further education is targeted at people from the field of hydropower who wish to develop their competence technically and professionally.
You graduate from this university programme after 5 semesters with the degree of Master of Engineering (MEng) – Wasserkraft. In this case, the following admission requirements apply:
The programme management can recognise further bachelor’s degree programmes if you submit an application to this effect. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the area of hydropower is always a prerequisite.
You graduate from this university programme after 4 semesters as an
Akademischer Wasserkraftingenieur/Akademische Wasserkraftingenieurin. In this case, the following admission requirements apply:
The admissions committee can demand proof that you have sufficient knowledge of the language of instruction.
The programme management will decide whether the admission requirements have been met.
Akademischer Wasserkraftingenieur: 4 semesters part-time
Akademischer Wasserkraftingenieur: 80
The programme follows the Blended Learning approach:
At the end of every course, you take an examination.
Hydropower is the energy of the future and the hydropower industry is in need of qualified young professionals and lateral entrants.
I have been looking for a continuing education programme for a long time that offers exactly what Life Long Learning at TU Graz does. Attending a part-time programme that is perfectly tailored to my job 20 years after graduating from my basic study programme is a huge asset for me, both professionally and personally. Despite the additional burden of further education, I have not regretted my decision at any point.