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Online Master Wind Energy Systems

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The main objective of the master program for Wind Energy
Systems is capacity building in the field of wind energy for
research and industry. Methods and technology innovations
will be developed in learning alliances with the industry within
the framework of master theses and doctoral dissertations.
Prospective target groups for the Master program are natural
scientists and engineers. Our students are offered on-job training
to complete a whole master program or individual specialization
modules. Due to our advanced high level training, it is possible to provide
students with excellent job perspectives.
A modular course structure:
The study program consists of a selection of 31 modules. The modules
are temporary and closed learning units. All modules are taught primarily
online. This enables career changers and professionals the academic training in the young research
and business field Wind Energy Systems.
An interdisciplinary team of teachers:
The group of participating teachers have a high level of interdisciplinary.
All teachers in the specializations are internationally recognized experts
in their field of knowledge. Through membership in various networks (including DERlab, EUREC,
EERA, EAWE), the Fraunhofer IWES has an exceptional network. This enables the master graduates
a seamless continuity qualification in the field of Wind Energy Systems at European level.
The learning platform Moodle:
The learning units are provided through the learning platform Moodle.
These learning materials are thus available independent of location and
time. A professional support is provided during the online-based selflearning
phases.

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