The training given in the Master in Mechanical Engineering – Energy, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration aims to deepen the knowledge acquired in the Mechanical Engineering degree, providing students with the development of regulated activities, namely through access to the E2 Qualification Degree of the Order of Engineers.
This cycle of studies offers training aimed at students acquiring a specialization of a professional nature, providing them with the capacity for innovation and integration of knowledge in solving complex problems in an autonomous way.
Prioritizing a consolidation of the professional aspect, after curricular training, students will be able to finish the master's degree with a dissertation of a scientific nature, with an original project work specially carried out for this purpose, or with a professional internship subject to a final report.
Applications are made on the Candidate Portal.
Merit scholarships are awarded by the Directorate-General for Higher Education to students who have achieved outstanding academic success, regardless of their income.
- Solve problems in the field of energy management, renewable energies, energy and environmental sustainability and numerical modeling
- Conceiving and designing air conditioning and refrigeration systems, integrating the latest technological innovations and respecting the framework of the legislation in force, namely the ETS (REH and RECS)
- Ensure the operation and maintenance of mechanical systems