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The MSc. Energy Engineering is a specially designed further education master program of the TU Berlin which offers students and young professionals a unique scientific education in the fields of sustainable energy engineering. Read more
The MSc. Energy Engineering is a specially designed further education master program of the TU Berlin which offers students and young professionals a unique scientific education in the fields of sustainable energy engineering. Besides the teaching of fundamental knowledge in thermodynamics and energy conversion, the practical training is an important part of this program. We have close cooperations with the German Center for Aerospace (DLR) in Stuttgart and the Helmholtz Zentrum in Berlin.

Additionally, we offer ring lectures of local researchers and future workshops tackeling the most urgent problems of energy engineering.

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The challenges surrounding urban growth require theoretical approaches and operational tools that are properly geared to the specific social, economic and institutional conditions of a specific region. Read more
The challenges surrounding urban growth require theoretical approaches and operational tools that are properly geared to the specific social, economic and institutional conditions of a specific region. In addition, urban low carbon concepts in recognition of local resources, know-how and management capacities are essential elements of an effective planning strategy for the future.

The central concern of the master’s program is to equip the participants with a critical understanding of the development of urban areas, unveiling the political, economic and social forces underlying the different types of urban conflict and exploring concrete approaches to address their causes. The program takes an interdisciplinary and international comparative perspective - with a special focus on the MENA region – exploring the specific conditions for interventions in differing urban contexts.

The Urban Development program is divided into a three semester study period along with a 4th semester in which students write their Master’s thesis. The first and third semesters will be in El Gouna, Egypt, while the second semester will be in Berlin, Germany. The location of the 4th semester is open to selection.

The courses consist of lectures, seminars, workshops, exercises and integrated projects. The integrated projects form the backbone of the study program: on the basis of real cases, interdisciplinary teams will be put together to find solutions for the development of complex topics in the field of urban development. The project work will include site viewings (excursions), enquiry sessions, moderated group discussions, teamwork and study and mediation workshops. The participants will gain professional experience through studying while developing their social and intercultural skills at the same time. The students' performance is assessed through course work, examinations and a final dissertation report (Master’s thesis).

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In the Water Engineering Department an academic staff of 15 professors and researchers is coaching small groups of international students in courses, lab… Read more
In the Water Engineering Department an academic staff of 15 professors and researchers is coaching small groups of international students in courses, lab and field experiments as well as projects concerning every part of the water cycle.The heads of all water related faculties of the TU Berlin are working together to address major challenges for the growing population in arid and semiarid regions while enhancing the cooperation with the closest disciplines Urban Development and Energy Engineering.

Besides newest analytical and field equipment, various test stands enable the students to apply their theoretically acquired knowledge hands-on. Throughout their studies in Egypt and Germany our master students get trained to become tomorrow’s problem solving managers, engineers and researchers to cope with the challenges of the rapidly increasing water scarcity.

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