Students with a University Degree (210 ECTS credits) are entitled to enrol for the MBA Renewables. For applicants with less than 210 credits the Dean will determine additional modules that have to be completed successfully by the student before being admitted to the final examination.
Another prerequisite to study the Masters programme is a very good command of English. As a proof we accept qualifications based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (Independent User B2) such as, for instance, the TOEFL or IELTS. In addition to this, native language or official language in the home country are accepted. Students may hand in their application before having completed the necessary language test. Certificates of successfully completed language tests should be submitted by 15th September in the year of application at the latest.
After completing your studies, as a rule at least 1-2 years of practical professional experience in any field are required.
Fees and payment
The tuition fees for the entire MBA Renewables programme are €14,000 (examination fees are included), plus travel costs for on-campus time and oral exam in Berlin. The fees are payable in 5 instalments of €2,800 each at the beginning of each semester.
MBA Renewables demo course
Visit our demo course and get familiar with the distance learning platform Moodle. Please enter as a guest. In the demo course you’ll find:
- MBA Renewables information brochure
- Study and examination regulations of the programme
- Modules’ reference handbook
- Excerpts from learning units of the first semester
You can check various options to enquire about sponsorship.
Many companies provide financial support for higher education of their staff. If it is likely that your current employer will benefit from your studies, we advise you to discuss potential financing options with him/her.
It is worthwhile to search for institutions that award prizes to outstanding dissertations or study projects, such as:
- RWE Zukunftspreis - awards dissertations (Bachelor, Master, Phd) that provide academic incentive for a sustainalbe energy supply; is awarded every two years
Admission pre-check. First we will check if you meet all formal requirements for application.
European Credit Transfer System
1 credit corresponds to a learning workload of 25-30 hours.