Energy Science and Technology - Master of Science (MSc)

  • required language proficiency: English
  • places not limited

Latest update

The admission office (Abt. II-1 Zulassung) has been closed for visitors until further notice.

Counselling is done by email or phone.

 

Application period

winter semester: 15 January - 15 March

summer semester:  ---

Information on application for the master's programme Energy Science and Technology.

 

All documents must be uploaded within the application deadline.

Further information

  • Entrance requirements

    a) proof of a bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Physics or any other study programme with essentially the same content at any higher education institution with a minimum of three years of study;

    b) studies corresponding to a minimum of 12 courses (with approx. 3 semester credit hours as is common internationally) or equivalent competencies from their respective specialisation in their previous studies;

    c) studies corresponding to a minimum of 2 courses (with approx. 3 semester credit hours as is common internationally) in mathematics or physics, or equivalent competencies;

    d) proof of basic competencies in the fields of natural sciences, chemistry or engineering. If such competencies cannot be demonstrated through bachelor's or equivalent studies, successful completion of the preparatory course (Propädeutikum) for the English-taught master's programmes at Ulm University serves as proof.

    e) Proof of an adequate command of English at level C 1 (CEFR). This proof may be

    • 7.0 points or more in the IELTS,
    • First Certificate in English (A), Certificate in Advanced English (A-C) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (A-C) in Cambridge exam,
    • 490 (listening), 455 (reading), 200 (speaking) and 200 (writing) points or more in the TOEIC,
    • 95 points or more in the TOEFL iBT,
    • level III or level IV of the UNIcert®,
    • level CEFR C 1 or higher as shown on, e.g., the higher education entrance qualification.
    • any examination achievement passed at a higher education institution from the field of English language teaching with C1 explicitly shown as the (CEFR) level, if this is indicated in the transcript of records.
    • This does not apply to applicants who are native speakers of English

     

    f) letter of motivation;

    g) proof of vocational training and/or any practical work;

    h) letter of recommendation by the higher education institution.

     

    For legally binding information please see the MSc Energy Science and Technology admissions statutes.

  • Information on the master's programme Energy Science and Technology

    Further information on the master's programme Energy Science and Technology.