Master Sustainable Energy Technology

Education Guide to the master's program of Sustainable Energy Technology

Welcome to the online Education Guide of the Sustainable Energy Technology (SET) master's program.

This Education Guide is meant for students primarily. It contains information on the structure and the organizational aspects of the program. You can use it as a guide throughout your entire master’s program. All aspects of the program will be explained in detail.

The information on these pages applies to the academic year of 2022-2023, unless stated otherwise. 

Additionally, all students are added to the CANVAS page 4INFOSET. This is the communication channel for all students of the educational program Sustainable Energy Technology. Via announcements you receive important information, messages and updates about our education. To make sure you don't miss any announcements, it's important that you turn on the notifications for the announcements. If you still need to complete courses of the bachelor program, or take pre-master courses, we advise you to also sign up in Osiris for these other 4INFO-channels yourself, by choosing the relevant year and course code.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Within the department of Mechanical Engineering a Master Allocation Procedure is implemented to assign students to the sections of this department. Since the Mechanical Engineering department coordinates the Master’s Program SET and different sections from the Mechanical Engineering department are involved in the SET master’s program, this allocation procedure will (in) directly affect students who would like to perform their thesis work in one of the SET sections.

Six departments

The master’s program Sustainable Energy Technology is an interdepartmental effort of six departments of the TU/e:

  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Chemical Engineering and Chemistry,
  • Electrical Engineering,
  • Applied Physics,
  • Built Environment
  • Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences