Learn more about procedures and requirements to enroll.
Structure of the course
Entry Requirements & Application Procedure
The minimum level of admission is a BSc degree of a high standard in an Engineering, Maths or Physics OR equivalent appropriate work experience.
Additionally, the students must prove their ability to follow a postgraduate course in English alone or English plus French or Spanish according to the student’s choice of institutes. Non-native English speaking students must sit for the TOEFL or the IELTS exam and obtain the following grades:
For Oldenburg, Zaragoza and MINES-ParisTech:
- TOEFL: minimum score of 550 (paper-based test), 213 (computer-based test) or 80 (internet-based test)
- IELTS: minimum 6 (Academic version)
- Cambridge Advanced Exam in English: B minimum
- Cambridge Proficiency Exam in English: C minimum
- Comparable proof of English language proficiency (e.g. Bachelor studies in English language)
- TOEFL: minimum score of 575 (paper-based test), or 90 (internet-based test, with not less than 20 in Reading, Listening, Speaking or Writing); or
- IELTS: 6.5 minimum with not less than 6.0 in Reading, Listening, Speaking or Writing; or
- Cambridge Advanced Exam in English: B minimum; or
- Cambridge Proficiency Exam in English: C minimum.
For Loughborough: please follow this link: https://www.lboro.ac.uk/international/englang/index.htm
The students candidates are accepted on a first-come first-served basis; therefore it is recommended to apply as soon as possible, well before the deadline (ideally before April). Applying before January is not possible.
The application deadline for the 2020-2021 session is 1 July 2020 (date of receipt of the application materials).
Oldenburg University: all students must apply before April 15th
Hanze UAS: non-EU students must apply before May 1st
Cost of the Course & Sources of Funding
(i) For Academic Year 2019-2020, the course fee is €7,300 for EU students**, and €11,500 for non-EU students.
Please note that non-EU students will have to pay an extra fee of €1.500 directly to Loughborough University upon arrival. Non-EU students also have to pay an extra fee directly to Hanze UAS. Please refer to the ‘requirements’ section for more information
(ii) The fees are payable in three instalments. The first instalment validates the registration and has to be paid by reception of the offer letter, the other instalments should be paid by September 30th and January 31st (of the following year) respectively, i.e. at the beginning of the core and specialisation part of the programme.
Hanze UAS students will pay tuition fee directly to the University.
**EU students fee apply to citizens from these countries:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.
UK regulations concerning EU/non-EU status are to be found here.
EU students applying to Loughborough University should have been living in UK or EU for 3 years prior to the start of the course, but not for study, to qualify for the EU fee.
Each student is responsible for finding their own funding for studying in the EUREC Master Programme. EUREC does not supply financial aid and cannot provide tuition reductions. Some students have previously applied for scholarships and whenever needed, EUREC is able to provide Proof of Acceptance and similar documents.
These are some scholarships and fellowship programmes that have been obtained by previous students of the EUREC Master Programme.
Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (formerly e8): gives support to outstanding students that are pursuing advanced studies in sustainable energy development. Applicants must be citizens of low income countries. More information can be found here .
Fundacion Iberdrola (for studies in Spain or in the UK):
NSERC: Canadian citizens may be eligible for a scholarship from Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. More information can be found here.
CBIE: Canadian citizens may be eligible for scholarships through the Canadian Bureau for International Education. More information can be found here.
Ford Foundation Fellowship Program: Students are eligible by being residents or resident nationals of International Fellowships Programme countries or territories; 22 countries across the world, mostly low income countries. The Fellows must hold the intention to serve their communities in the areas of development. More information can be found here.
FONGECIF: Scholarships through FONGECIF are available for citizens and residents of France, and is divided into application regions: Nord/Pas-de-Calais, Ile-de-France , and Bretagne are some examples.
These searching tools can be useful if you have not found what you are looking for in the above list:
The degree obtained by graduates of the European Master in Renewable Energy at the end of the course is awarded by the respective core university. Degrees awarded by Loughborough University, Mines-Paristech, Universidad de Zaragoza, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg and Hanze UAS are therefore fully recognised as postgraduate university degrees both in the respective countries (United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands) and in the other Members States of the European Union.
Non European students who successfully complete the European Master in Renewable Energy obtain a degree which is supposed to be recognised by the relevant authorities also in their countries of origin. However, the recognition of an educational qualification depends on the competent authorities at national and regional level outside the EU.
In addition to their diploma from their respective core university, students receive a Certificate of Equivalence from EUREC. This document formally states that the different degrees given by the five core Universities are equivalent in value and contents.