To promote the energy transition in Central and Eastern Europe, Enery Development aims to award these scholarships to a person holding a CEE-country citizenship or an Austrian one in particular.
The scholarship holder will be awarded with a partial scholarship for the international Masters Program Renewable Energy Systems where she will be trained to become experts in planning and evaluating international projects in the field of alternative energy systems such as solar, wind or geothermal projects. The part-time program aims to provide in-depth knowledge and expertise on legal, technical and economical aspects of sustainable energy production and includes regular field trips and excursions.
Enery, the scholarship sponsor, is an internationally operations-led renewable power infrastructure company and provides affordable and reliable clean energy to its customers. It focuses on acquiring operating renewable power plants and developing greenfield renewable power plants. Enery owns 45 power plants in Austria and CEE and is in the process of developing a pipeline of 3000 MW of greenfield solar and wind projects in the respective region. The company controls the entire value chain within renewable power generation and can therefore be a one-stop solution for industrial customers, utilities and governments in providing competitive and reliable green electricity.
Enery currently operates offices in Vienna, Sofia, Bratislava and Prague and employs more than 70 people with a very culturally diverse background. Enery is a young organization characterized by a dynamic team with requisite self-confidence, and high levels of self-initiative. People have a strong entrepreneurial drive and follow a mission of purpose-driven growth.
Final Degree: Master of Science (Continuous Education)
Duration: 4 Semesters
Location: Vienna & Bruck/Leitha
Tuition Fee: EUR 21,500
Next Program Start: November 9, 2023
Application Deadline: June 18, 2023
Admission requirements: Completion of a subject-related study program in technical and natural sciences, economics or law and a minimum of 2 years of professional experience. Persons holding an equivalent educational and professional qualification may also be admitted.