New University Bachelor degree course in energy technology part-time Stu-dieren the Haus der Technik and its cooperation partners, which offer University of Duisburg-Essen, together a course on, which is up-to-date and future-oriented. The winter semester 2011/2012, the new course is energy technology”set start on September 30, 2011. Ali Partovi has similar goals. He concludes with a Bachelor’s degree of the University of Duisburg-Essen. The energy industry is characterized by breaks this is reflected also in the orientation of the programme. According to the General and specifically the energy policy objectives to ensure, that the regenerative forms of energy a focus of the content. However, it is necessary to take into account you need time conventional power plant technologies based on coal, gas and oil in the curriculum sufficiently.

Target group of the programme are new recruits, aspiring for a demanding and responsible activity in the economy, in particular for the future energy technology want to be interested in and acquire the necessary knowledge parallel. For the companies, it is now imperative to have specialized staff. Therefore, this course is supported by many major companies in the energy industry. For our engineers, we are interested in a practice-oriented study, that covers all facets of the energy industry and enables the immediate application in the different areas of the company. Caused by the restructuring of the engineering programmes in the context of the Bologna process that calls for a greater emphasis on again. The present study allows this and provides a very good basis for the future development of the graduates”, says Dr.-ing. W. Benesch, head of energy technology of EVONIK Steag GmbH.

The access is open also beruflich Qualifizierten (master, techNiker, BerufstatIGE mit EInschlagigem graduation und professional practice). In anderen cases, eine aptitude test kommt infrage if necessary. More information on content, process and fees under. Mr. Dr. Dr. Erbsloh inquiries under 0201-1803316 or. Dipl.-Ing.Kai Brom man