Programmes of InnoEnergy are taught at 14 universities and three top-ranked business schools across Europe. All offer academic rigour and all have plenty of experience in supporting an international student body.
The InnoEnergy Master’s School is the go-to-destination for tomorrow’s sustainable energy professionals.
Studying for a Master of engineering degree, a Master’s degree in energy, a Master of Technology, or an MSc in energy engineering on our programmes will empower you to:
Take your place. Engineer the future.
AGH is one of the best and most highly renowned technical universities in Poland, and frequently features in lists of country’s top-ranking institutions. The university educates students to be honest, responsible individuals both at work and as the members of society. AGH is home to approximately 25,000 full-time students, including 1,000 doctoral students and 2,200 post-graduate students. The teaching faculty of 2,000 includes 170 full professors and 260 associate professors. AGH is situated in Krakow, Poland’s former capital, a leader in Poland’s academic, cultural and artistic life, and one of its mostimportant economic centres.
Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics is one of the pre-eminent business and economics schools in Europe. Its position has been achieved through a combination of world-class students and faculty, strong curricula, innovative applied-learning projects, unique partnerships with prestigious international business schools, and a strong connection with the corporate world. It is among the top one per cent of business schools worldwide to be accredited by all three management education associations: the AACSB; the EFMiD; and the AMBA. Of its 40,000 alumni, many have secured leadership positions in some of the most dynamic organisations worldwide.
Formally incorporated in 2014, the University of Paris-Saclay, brings together two universities and ten grandes écoles (professional schools), including the university of Paris-Orsay, the École Polytechnique, the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, the HEC business school, and laboratories of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and of the Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique. The new university covers the scientific spectrum from education and basic research to technology and development. It is strongly linked to the Saclay technological cluster, and is already listed as one of the eight world innovation clusters by the MIT Technology Review.
ESADE is an international academic institution with more than 50 years of history, and has become one of the world’s top global centres for management and business education. The school’s global prestige stems from its quality education, its international focus and its holistic approach towards the development of professional and personal skills. The school promotes education and research and has a firm commitment to intellectual rigour, critical analysis and academic excellence. ESADE’s almost 60,000 alumni can be found working in more than 100 countries in top-level positions at companies, public bodies and in the non-profit sector.
GEM is a leading business and management school that hosts a talent pool of students from around the world. The school possesses all three accreditations that distinguish the leading international business schools: the European Quality Improvement System; the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business; and the Association of MBAs. GEM encourages expertise in the management of technology and innovation, entrepreneurship and responsible business practices. It provides an intensive academic course on business creation, mixing high-level academic lecturers with top managers from industrial partners. Grenoble has recently been nominated as the best French city for students.
Grenoble INP is one of Europe’s leading technology universities, and has been at the heart of European innovation for more than a century. Grenoble INP is involved in major development projects for a variety of industrial clusters, which include Energy, Environment and Materials engineering. With more than 4,800 students and 1,100 teaching and research fellows, administrative and technical staff, Grenoble INP awards more than 1,500 engineering and research Master’s and 738 doctorates each year. Grenoble INP’s strong combination of teaching, research and business promotion plays a key role in making Grenoble one of the most attractive scientific and industrial locations worldwide.
IST is the largest and most renowned school of engineering, science, technology and architecture in Portugal. With 850 faculty and researchers, IST provides approximately 11,500 students with a top-quality education that is strongly connected to research, development and innovation activities. Students acquire the knowledge tools to improve, change, and shape society through science, technology, and entrepreneurship. IST adheres to the highest of international standards, and immerses its students in an exciting and global environment geared towards solving the challenges of the 21st Century.
With more than 9,000 employees, 25,000 students and an annual budget of about €860 million, KIT is one of the biggest research and education institutions in Europe. Life and work at KIT is enriched by the worldwide exchange of knowledge, large-scale international research projects, numerous global cooperative ventures, and the diversity of its community. Academic education is guided by the principle of research-oriented teaching. Students are exposed to exceptional development perspectives thanks to the early integration of inter-disciplinary research projects, international teams, and the use of unique research facilities.
Located in one of the world’s largest innovation hubs for start-ups, KTH has been one of Europe’s key centres of innovation and intellectual talent for almost two centuries. Sweden’s oldest and largest university, KTH has grown to become one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities. With a strong history of ground-breaking research, KTH conducts one third of Sweden’s technical and engineering research at university level. Home to students, researchers, and faculty from around the world, KTH is part of extensive international research collaborations with universities and colleges in Europe, the U.S., Australia, Asia and Africa.
KU Leuven has been a centre of learning for almost six centuries and is Belgium’s largest university – and one of the oldest and most renowned in Europe. As a co-founder of the League of European Research Universities (LERU), intensive research is the heartbeat of the KU Leuven education programme, as is lively interaction between international universities, research institutes and industrial partners. The faculty of engineering is a multi-disciplinary school that stimulates the creativity of academic engineers, providing them with a sound scientific background, advanced technical knowledge, a concept-oriented approach, and an open mind on societal issues.
SUT is one of the most prestigious and highest ranked technical universities in Poland. It is a modern higher education institution with more than 70 years’ experience in didactics, research and science. SUT is a key player in the development of new technologies and innovations, and bringing new ideas and solutions to life. In addition to teaching and research activities, SUT is also an important business partner to organisations responding to the challenges of a knowledge-based economy.
Home to world-class businesses, knowledge institutes, and research institutions, Eindhoven holds the title of the world’s most inventive city. TU/e has played a key role in developing the city’s reputation – and its slogan, ‘Where Innovation Starts’ is well deserved. TU/e specialises in engineering science and technology, and is considered a top breeding ground for technology innovation. It focuses on meeting societal challenges in the fields of energy, health and mobility. An education at TU/e gives students the necessary foundations for a diverse, challenging, lucrative and socially useful career.
UPC specialises in engineering, architecture and science. Its research, teaching and management projects are based on the principles of freedom, justice, democracy, solidarity, cooperation, sustainability, efficiency, transparency and social responsibility – and reflect UPC’s commitment to the environment and to change. Its focus on intellectual rigour and critical thinking, its cross-disciplinary approach to knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurship, produces competent professionals with the skills they need to tackle present and future challenges. As a leading member of international networks of excellence, UPC has a privileged relationship with global scientific and educational organisations.
Education at Uppsala University is characterised by its association with research. Students acquire up-to-date knowledge as well as the skills and capacity for independent and critical thinking. Education at the Master’s level is distinguished by specialised, in-depth teaching. Highly qualified staff are responsible for the quality of education and for ensuring it is grounded in scientific and scholarly progress. A local, national and international meeting place for knowledge, culture and critical dialogue, Uppsala University is the oldest Nordic university. Founded in 1477, since then it has been the alma mater of eight Nobel laureates and such renowned figures as Carolus Linnaeus and Anders Celsius.
Aalto University is committed to combining knowledge from different disciplines, identifying and solving grand societal challenges, accelerating innovation, and educating future visionaries and experts. The University consists of six schools, where nearly 20,000 students join more than 400 professors in a creative and constructive community. Founded in 2010, Aalto is the result of a merger between the Helsinki University of Technology, the Helsinki School of Economics, and the University of Art and Design Helsinki. The main campus is a unique collaboration hub designed by Finland’s most celebrated architect, Alvar Aalto. It is located in Espoo – 10km from Helsinki city centre.
For more than 150 years, the Politecnico di Torino has been one of Italy’s and Europe’s most prestigious public institutions for education, research, and technology transfer in the fields of architecture and engineering. PoliTO’s goal is to develop engineers who will work in the field of innovation and undertake research of international interest. It attracts students from more than 100 countries, and is actively involved in more than 800 collaborations with industries, public institutions and local organizations each year. With forward-thinking management, highly regarded professors, and a strong international exchange programme, PoliTO gives students a deep relationship with their socio-economic environment.
The activities of InnoEnergy are managed through our regional offices located in Benelux, Central Europe, France, Germany, Iberia and Scandinavia. At the same time, we build upon our extensive network of partners representing top rank industries, research centres and universities across Europe.