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Introduction to the program - Why study Business Engineering Energy?

  • Mastering both business and engineering is the key to a successful career in industry, which is even more recognizable in the energy sector.
  • Energy is of crucial influence to global development. Concerns in the power sector confront major political, social, ecological and particularly economic consequences.
  • The Master program Business Engineering Energy (MBE) is adjusted to the strong demand for engineers with a convincing technical background but also managerial skills and knowledge of todays’ economy.
  • As MBE is especially accustomed to the energy industry it is unique in its kind, dealing with energy economic challenges particularly significant in the MENA region.
  • The off-shore Campus El Gouna brings together the education of TU Berlin Professors and staff to a research hub in the MENA region.
  • Both winter terms of the 2-year program take place at the brand new Campus in El Gouna, while 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 and teaching methods.
  • The Business Engineering (MBE) program is shaped to prepare professionals for conducting advanced research or take on leadership positions in industry as it teaches at a level beyond that of a bachelor‘s degree.




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. Energy/Power Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or technically related programs.

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