Technical University of Munich offering Master program in GeoThermics/ GeoEnergy

Main Campus, Technical University of Munich in Munich/ Germany (source: TUM Media)
Alexander Richter 28 May 2017

A cooperation of the Technical University of Munich and FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg in Bavaria/ Germany is offering a joint Masters degree program in GeoThermics/ GeoEnergy starting this fall.

The Technical University Munich (TUM) in Bavaria, Germany has announced several new courses and programs starting this upcoming fall semester.

As part of the announcement, a new GeoThermics/ GeoEnergy Masters program was announced.

Southern Bavaria offers especially favorable geological conditions for the use of geothermal energy. The objective of the GeoThermics / GeoEnergy program is to provide students with research-related education in preparation for the growing market in the field of geoenergies. It teaches comprehensive expertise ranging from locating geothermal energy sources to exploration methods all the way to use in energy technologies. The knowledge involved can also be applied in many other topic areas dealing with deeper subterranean geology. The joint degree program is offered by TUM and FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg as a part of the Geothermal Alliance Bavaria.

Application deadline: July 15, further details via the link below.

Source: Technical University of Munich (TUM)