MEER aims to train engineers capable of intervening in renewable energy ventures, enabling them to design, analyze, conduct and manage these ventures in their technical, environmental, and economic aspects, both in business and in a research context.
There are prizes, scholarships and social support for students
The provided competencies give a broad overview of the energy problems in general and renewables in particular, and in-depth technical training of some types of use.
The course conveys a vision mainly (but not exclusively) oriented for electric conversion, with a concern with the environmental and economic-legal aspects associated with the use of renewable energies.
- Holders of a Bachelor's degree in the engineering area (or equivalent), namely electrical engineering, mechanical, chemistry, environmental, renewable energies, physics engineering or related areas;
- Holders of a foreign higher education degree (1st cycle) in one of the above mentioned areas, taught in accordance with the principles of the Bologna Process by a State adhering to this Process;
- Holders of a foreign higher academic degree in one of the above mentioned areas, which is recognized by the FCT NOVA Scientific Council as meeting the objectives of the “licenciado” degree;
- Holders of a school, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized by the FCT NOVA Scientific Council as attesting to the ability to carry out this Master's degree.