European Wind Energy Master

Erasmus Mundus Msc programme

European Wind Energy Master

– About EWEM


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About the programme?

EWEM is a 2 year (120 ECTS) master course. The joint first semester and the specific multi-disciplinary and project-oriented teaching will give the student the ability to transfer knowledge and competences beyond his/her specialisation and to embed design choices in a sociotechnical context. The student acquires knowledge in theoretical and applied sciences underlying wind energy systems, and specific competencies necessary to operate in the chosen area of specialization.

Study environment

The EWEM- European Wind Energy Master aims to educate 120-150 MSc graduates per year, covering the top 1-2% global demand of Wind Energy professionals with post-graduate education. The European Wind Energy Master consortium is composed of four Universities, world leaders in Wind Energy and Offshore Wind Energy research and education:

Career opportunities

The EWEM prepares graduates for a career in research, both in industry and in academia, and is closely linked to the partners' research, in particular the large Wind Energy PhD cohort of the four partner universities, of over 130 PhD students.

Structure of the programme

EWEM is an advanced MSc for elite cohorts of students, with four specializations that follow the energy conversion chain:

How the programme is structured.

Apply for admission

The application process is conducted by the International Office of the TUDelft. Applicants should apply according to the regulations and process described in application webpage. How to apply and details of admission requirements.


You will find more information on study tracks, programme structures and courses on the European Wind Energy Master webpage:

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Degree: Master of Technology
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Programme code: MSWIND
Restricted admission: Yes
Language of instruction: English

City: Delft, Oldenburg, Lyngby, Trondheim

Department of Electric Power Engineering
Department of Energy and Process Engineering

Application deadline: 1 April

How to apply