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Introduction to the program - Why study IT for Energy?

Information technologies and their implementation in the energy sector is a challenging topic that grasps more and more attention as it is urgently needed for implementation in energy industry. The Information Technologies for Energy program at TU Berlins’ off-shore Campus El Gouna is a newly introduced master program, unique in its kind in the MENA region.

The ITE program deals with the design, development, optimization and realization of fossil fuel- and renewable energy-based energy-conversion plants with the support of information technologies. Meanwhile the ITE Program covers the application of information technologies developed in the energy domain. Main application areas are within electricity generation, energy storage and consumption. Students will learn how to analyze, design, and implement information technologies to the needs in the energy sector.

Increasing energy efficiency, cost- and environmental effectiveness of energy conversion processes are most significant and complex urgencies in the field of energy. Both winter terms of the 2-year program take place at the brand new Campus in El Gouna. In summer the whole campus travels to Berlin. Students are thus exposed to two very different study environments, offering a unique interdisciplinary and intercultural experience.

Target group and requirements

An appropriate academic background in the form of a relevant Bachelor degree or equivalent is an obligatory requirement for all Master programs at TU Berlin Campus El Gouna. As professional experience is considered to be a valuable asset for the course profile, practical work experience in a subject related field is desired. Additional qualifications, such as social commitment, publications, participation in extra-curricular academic events, language abilities, and  skills in information technology will also be taken into consideration.

Relevant Bachelor‘s programs include e.g. Automatic Control & Systems Engineering, Mechatronics, Industrial Engineering, Energy/Power Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Engineering or technically related.

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