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Master programmes on energy and environment at TU Wien

A master's programme is an accredited programme of study which serves to enhance and supplement students' scientific/academic training. 

Energy Systems and Automation Technology

Energy engineering mainly deals with the use of available primary energy as efficiently as possible. Essential to this challenge are the demanding requirements for reliability and eco-friendliness, and electromagnetic compatibility. Energy-efficient scenarios for the future over long periods of time are required for planning.


Physical Energy and Measurement Engineering

The basic principles of physics for our future regional and global energy supply, in conjunction with measurement engineering in physics, have great importance for the future. The master's degree teaches the basic principles of physics for using all relevant energy sources as well as the ability to assess the importance of said sources in future energy scenarios. Measurement engineering in physics not only plays a central role here, but also in many other technical and scientific subject areas.


Chemical and Process Engineering

As the master's programme in Chemical and Process Engineering is an interfaculty programme, optional and compulsory modules from the master's programmes in Mechanical Engineering, Business Engineering/Mechanical Engineering and master's programme in Technical Chemistry can also be chosen as related optional modules to a limited extent.

It is possible to choose between the following two areas of focus during the master's programme in Chemical and Process Engineering:

  • Plant and System Engineering
  • Chemical and Process Engineering