Renewable Urban Energy Systems: Master’s degree program at UAS Technikum Wien

Renewable Urban Energy Systems is a part-time master’s degree program for energy systems of the future. It focuses on complex issues related to energy technology and the energy business. This degree program is taught in German. The degree program is intended for graduates of the Urban Renewable Energy Technologies bachelor’s degree program and graduates of other technical UAS and university programs. Students learn to:

  • Analyze complex issues related to energy systems and individual plants, cities, or districts and develop solutions
  • Analyze energy-efficient, sustainable, and complex energy systems and develop concepts for optimal use of different energy sources
  • Propose measures for adapting existing grids (heating, cooling, electricity) for integration into decentralized production plants and ensure a high security of supply and supply quality
  • Analyze different storage technologies and illustrate their integration into power grids with the right dimensions and with all essential technical system-related measures
  • Describe environmental relationships as they relate to energy topics, illustrate the impact of anthropogenic interventions in energy systems, and select measures to limit impact
  • Develop a supply-side and demand-side management system for an energy system (electricity, heating/cooling, natural gas)
  • Optimize the use of different production plants according to economic and environmental aspects
  • Develop and use measures to increase the efficiency of plant components, especially components of thermal energy systems
  • Analyze existing energy systems and develop concepts for optimal use of different energy sources
  • Quantify the impact of renovation measures in buildings on the energy system as a whole

→ More information: Curriculum of the Renewable Urban Energy Systems master’s degree program

What will I be able to do in the field after earning this degree?

Energy technicians in the field of renewable energy are highly sought-after on the job market:

  • Their knowledge makes them perfectly trained for the energy production, energy management, construction/technical building system, and HVAC industries and for jobs at energy agencies and in environmental engineering, urban planning, and urban energy concepts.
  • For example, they are employed as technical scientists, project engineers, measurement and control technicians, process engineers, energy system concept developers, research directors, or civil engineers.
  • Their typical tasks include developing energy concepts in the field of urban planning, creating control concepts for production and distribution facilities, and creating municipal environment management systems.

→ More information: Career prospects for graduates of the Renewable Urban Energy Systems master’s degree program

What are the admission requirements?

Applicants to this master’s degree program must have a bachelor's degree and/or other recognized academic degree from a (technical) university of applied sciences or university with at least 180 ECTS credits.

→ More information: Admission requirements for the Renewable Urban Energy Systems master’s degree program

What advanced programs does UAS Technikum Wien offer?

UAS Technikum Wien provides support through its lifelong learning offerings even after students complete their master’s program. The UAS Technikum Wien Alumni Club gives its members a number of advantages, and the Technikum Wien Academy offers a wide range of further education options, ranging from one-day seminars to post-graduate master’s courses.

Program Director, Deputy Program Director

Hubert Fechner

FH-Prof. DI Hubert Fechner, MAS, MSc

Program Director Renewable Urban Energy Systems
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Peter Franz

FH-Prof. DI Peter Franz

Program Director BSc | Deputy Program Director MSc
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Administrative Assistant

Gabriele Strohmeier

Gabriele Strohmeier

Administrative Assistant
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