About Master Programs
We have removed the fixed application periods for our three Master’s programs in Energy Engineering, Urban Development, and Water Engineering. The programs commence once per year in October. You can now apply for the next intake up to twelve months in advance.
We expect this change in procedures to significantly enhance the chances of our prospective students to find suitable scholarships, as many donor organizationsrequire several months to process funding requests. We therefore advise all interested students to apply for our Master’s programs as early as possible. After reviewing and approving your application documents, we will issue a Letter of Acceptance, which you can submit to scholarships providers with a request for financial assistance.
To avoid misunderstandings during your application, we would like to stress that our Master’s programs take place in El Gouna, Egypt (two or three semesters, depending on the program), and Berlin, Germany (one semester or one-month excursion, depending on the program). The tuition fees for our two-year Master’s programs amount to €20,000. For further information, please consult our FAQ section.
An academic background in the form of a relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is an obligatory requirement for all Master’s programs at TU Berlin Campus El Gouna. As professional experience is considered to be a valuable asset for the course profile, practical work experience in a subject related field is mandatory as well. Additional qualifications, such as social commitment, publications, participation in extra-curricular academic events, language abilities, and IT skills will also be taken into consideration.
Energy Engineering (EE)
Qualification in energy/power engineering and chemical engineering, followed by mechanical and industrial engineering as well as electrical and environmental engineering. The candidates should have a basic knowledge in thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer and fluid dynamics.
Urban Development (UD)
Qualification in a city related discipline is required: Architecture, Urban Planning, Environmental Planning, Geography, Urban Design, or Landscape Planning. Candidates with a background in Civil Engineering, Law, Political Science, Business, Administration, Sociology, or Economics are also encouraged to apply.
Water Engineering (WE)
Qualification in water related engineering or a natural science is required: Environmental, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical or Process Engineering, Biology, Geosciences, Chemistry, or similar.
For more details, please have a look at the corresponding admission and study regulations on the right hand side.
Formal Language Test
The language of instruction at TUB Campus El Gouna is English. Hence, a formal language test is compulsory to enrol in any of our Master's programs (for instance 87 points for TOEFL iBT, grade 6.0 for IELTS, or comparable others).
English native speakers are not required to supply proof of English language ability. Also, if English was the official language of instruction of your previous degree, you can be exempted from the language test. In this case, please provide us with a document from your university, stating that the curriculum was taught in English.
Tuition and fees for the Master's degree programs amount to a total of €20,000, due in four instalments of €4,000 for the first and fourth semester and €6,000 for the second and third semester, respectively. This amount covers all costs associated with attending the curricular activities of the particular Master's degree program. It does not include costs for travel, visas, accommodation, obligatory health insurance, and living expenses.
To complete the admission process, the first instalment of the tuition fees has to be transferred to TU Berlin Campus El Gouna upon request.
For more details please have a look at the corresponding tution and fee regulations on the right hand side.
In order to enhance the application process, there are three different application periods.
Early Application - until 9 February 2016:
Applications submitted by 9 February 2015 will be answered as soon as possible with a Preliminary Letter of Acceptance under the condition that all documents (including transcripts) have been delivered and the applicant meets the eligibility criteria. This procedure supports our candidates' quest to obtain external funding or scholarships.
Regular Application - 10 February until 31 May 2016:
All documents have to be submitted and only complete applications will be processed. We expect applicants of this group to arrange their own funding as it is difficult to obtain any scholarships on such short notice.
Late Application - 1 June 2015 until 31 August 2016:
After the end of the regular application period you can still apply for our Master's programs until the maximum number of students for each program has been reached. All documents have to be submitted and only complete applications will be processed. We expect applicants of this group to arrange their own funding as it is difficult to obtain any scholarships on such short notice.
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