MSc in Renewable Energy and Energy Management: Sustainable Energy Systems


Area of Studies

engineering, technology



Degree (in English)


  • English
Course Duration

3 semesters – 1.5 years


Faculty of Energy and Fuels

Application Deadline(s)

winter time (January - February)

Course Description

Course Profile

Sustainable energy systems are one of the key issues for humanity. The MSc in Renewable Energy and Energy Management (REEM) addresses all key aspects of sustainable energy systems, focusing on renewable energy technologies as well as energy policy, markets and economics. Students will learn how to plan the development and operation of high-RES energy systems using dedicated 3E (Energy-Economy-Environment) models. A significant part of the teaching is carried out in laboratories, where students conduct experimental research on RES technologies and small scale hybrid RES-based systems. Learning is fostered by collaboration with industry in the so-called Integrated Project of the Year in Sustainable Energy, in which students, together with industrial and academic advisors, work in teams on real-life challenges. In addition, the graduate will gain knowledge and skills in entrepreneurship, leadership, team management and business planning.

REEM aims to develop future leaders and decision makers in the growing RES-based energy business. Graduates will be prepared to pursue careers in the energy and power industry, public administration, energy consultancies, small and medium-sized enterprises that are rapidly moving to renewable energy sources. They may also find employment in research and academic institutes serving the energy industry.

See more on the REEM/SES programme website.

Detailed study programme:


Programme details - contact:

Faculty of Energy and Fuels
dr hab. inż. Artur Wyrwa, prof. AGH

Recruitment details - contact:

Department for International Students

phone: +48 12 617 50 92


Next begins
February / March