How can we drive forward digitalization for the energy transition? How can we provide real-time data for the transition to regenerative electricity, heat and mobility? How can we combine solar and wind energy intelligently with storage in virtual power stations and simulate their application? How can we advise energy companies in implementing digitalization? These are just some of the questions we look at in the Energy Information Management (EIM) Bachelor's degree program.
Today, energy savings and climate protection are inconceivable without information and communication systems (IT). The practically-focused degree program Energy Information Management (EIM) involves tasks and problems at the interface of IT, business and energy. In a practice-relevant energy degree with a broad scope, students will acquire comprehensive knowledge which they can use to optimize and shape energy projects. In real situations, you will learn how to analyze energy data, develop software and apps, ensure data security and shape solutions for a sustainable future.
BUILD YOUR OWN PROFILE
With elective modules, coursework and their choice of company for the practical semester, students can shape their studies individually and develop their own profile of expertise.
INTEGRATED SEMESTER IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY
An integrated semester in a foreign country helps students enhance their international profile as well as developing their social skills.
Energy Information Management graduates are highly sought-after on the international jobs market. The career opportunities for graduates of this degree program are excellent; the choice of sectors and job opportunities are extremely diverse.
Sectors and fields of activity:
- Automation of energy trading from purchasing through to marketing
- Development of smart grid systems
- Development of software and IT systems
- Energy/load management
- Apps for visualizing energy consumption
- Implementing digitalization in the energy sector as a member of a consulting company.
The following skills and interests are useful for the degree program:
an interest in computer science and IT
an interest in the environment and climate
an interest in economics
the ability to plan and organize
the ability to think logically
the ability to work in a team
Prerequisites for admission: a general qualification for university entrance (school-leaving certificate), an entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences, or a subject-specific higher-education entrance qualification.
- March 1 for the summer semester of a year
- July 15 for the winter semester of a year
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Degree program at a glance
Qualification: Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.)
Course start: Winter Semester / Summer Semester
Standard study period: 7 semesters
Teaching language: German and English
Location: Prittwitzstrasse Campus
Preparatory course: recommended
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Course and examination regulations (PDF)
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Module handbook (PDF)
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