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Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE) 

Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE)
 at 
Technical University of Munich 
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2 years

Course Level

PG Degree

Mode of Course

Full Time

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Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE)
 at 
Technical University of Munich 
Highlights

  • The Power Engineering course deals with the electrical as well as the thermodynamic and mechanical requirements of future energy systems and provides interdisciplinary knowledge.
  • The Power Engineering master’s degree deepens the students’ prior knowledge of energy technology. It is aimed at students with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, or a related subject and is a two-year international master's program at a high level that includes lectures in the fields of electrical engineering and computer science, mechanical engineering, physics, and civil, geo and environmental engineering.
  • Students will be able to independently work on complex projects in the field of energy generation and supply.
  • As a graduate, students will be able to deal independently with complex projects in the area of power generation and supply.
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Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE)
 at 
Technical University of Munich 
Curriculum

Latest curriculum for Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE) at Technical University of Munich can be downloaded from the below link. The curriculum PDF has semester wise course structure, electives and detailed course content. You can also check course curriculum of other specializations offered in MS at Technical University of Munich

Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE)
 at 
Technical University of Munich 
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Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE)
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Technical University of Munich 
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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 Euro = INR 89.04 | Tuition & expenses were last updated on 24ᵗʰ January 2024

Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE)
 at 
Technical University of Munich 
Scholarships

Technical University of Munich
Students Ratings & Reviews

4/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Liberal
  • Stressful
Student Views
  • 60% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.9
Part time work3.9
Post study jobs4.3
Quality of faculty3.9
Student Life3.9
Value for money4.3
Public transportation4
Safety5
Indian Food3.6
Permanent Immigration3.4
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Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE) - Batch of 2025
4.1
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A haven for innovation, learning, and camaraderie.
Tips: Moving to a different country far away is always challenging. The weather, day-to-day tasks, conversations with peers, along with quite a few other factors come into play that seem to have changed drastically, and one needs to be headstrong to overcome such situations. I personally am quite proud and feel satisfied with TUM and Germany.
Likes (Value for money): Most public universities in Germany are free of charge, hence they deserve a 5-star rating for value of money. It is one of the main reasons why students from different parts of the world apply to Germany to get a pristine education and a plethora of career opportunities.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): Learning German is a slow and difficult process for a lot of individuals, although once you get the hang of it, it'll help you communicate better at the university and your job. After living in Germany for a certain time period, anyone can apply for citizenship. I personally haven't given it much thought, although my peers would speak differently about the same.
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Master of Science in Power Engineering (MSPE) - Batch of 2023
2.3
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Too much hype, but not worth it
Tips: MSPE is not recommended. Not worthy. May be MSCE or MIM is good. No network no branding, not worthy of investment. I'm a very poor student, suffering financially. Rich kids get fake volunteering certificates and take all the scholarships, poor people never get any despite being genuine. They value academics and fancy fake volunteering certificate and not real need for scholarships.
Likes (Safety): The place is best in safety! Things hands down are safe, we have a good police system and a lost and found system. You can find anything lost easily. No threats, public attacks, robbery or crimes. Generally very safe. Not sure about other cities, I'm talking about Munich.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): No good food, people are not friendly, the worst healthcare in world. No good technology for finance. Everything is appointment-based and super slow. Racism is quite high. Your Indian community helps you a bit to enjoy, otherwise not great. Too costly and overhyped accommodation. Thanks to brokers for getting a place.
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Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Consumer Science - Batch of 2024
4.2
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Stepping out of my comfort zone
Tips: Initially, it was difficult to adjust to a new language. I think people need to keep an open mind when coming here and not stick to their comfort zones. I did not opt for any scholarships but they do exist for specific courses. I am pretty satisfied with my university and course. I feel like there are other countries I would be more comfortable in but it is not difficult to live here.
Likes (Public transportation): Campus is well-connected and the public transport infrastructure is very good. Students get reduced ticket prices as well. There are occasional delays or cancellations but I think that is common everywhere. If you stay in a well-connected area your life is significantly easier.
Dislikes (Indian Food): The restaurants here very expensive and the food is pretty subpar. It is much more economical to cook ourselves. A standard meal for one here would cost in the range of 10-15 euros. Along with inflation that is pretty pricey for a student unless you have a job.
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Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Aerospace - Batch of 2025
5
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Technical university is a public research university
Tips: Exams are tough here because time constraint is the main factor. As far as the courses are concerned, they offer a multi-dimensional subjects according to my degree program and also you have the freedom to choose as many subjects as semester wise. But it is wise enough to select fewer subjects in order to write and pass the exam with flying colours.
Reviewed on 26 Jun 2023Read more
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Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics - Batch of 2023
4.3
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If in Germany, know German!
Tips: TUM is unarguably the best university of Germany, there is not much to think about enrolling yourself here. The faculty is well experienced and psychologically engaged with the students which creates a good learning environment. You'll get internships here but most of them would be in German language so make sure that during the time you are here keep on brushing up your German language skills. There are many job opportunities here. You can easily get a job here after graduation. There is a cultural shift that you will experience and there is not much preference to English given so make sure that you are well versed in German at least to A2 level. Also, make sure that your course is in English before applying for it.
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Technical University of Munich 
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