MSc Smart Electrical Networks and Systems (EIT InnoEnergy)
The joint master's programme in Smart Electrical Networks and Systems covers smart electric grids, a critical component in the creation of a sustainable power supply. Students develop the engineering and entrepreneurial skills needed to understand, design, implement and manage smart grids. Graduates have a unique understanding of the role played by new technologies and new businesses in a changing landscape. Seven universities offer the programme through EIT InnoEnergy.
Smart Electrical Networks and Systems at KTH
In your first year you study at KTH. In the second year, you choose to study at one of the following:
- Grenoble INP: Institute of Technology in France
- KU Leuven in Belgium
- UPC:Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya BarcelonaTech in Spain
- TU/e: Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands
During the first year at KTH, you will focus on the fundamentals of electric energy systems, including: power system analysis, power electronics, electrical machines, and high-voltage engineering. KTH also offers a mandatory course in innovation and entrepreneurship in electric-power engineering.
You will also attend several one-week modules at a number of our partner universities:
- The impact of ICT solutions on the smart grid, at Grenoble INP: Institute of Technology, France
- Power quality and energy efficiency, at AGH: University of Science and Technology, Poland
- Integration of renewable energy into the grid, at UPC: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech, Spain
For your second year, you choose an area in which to specialise at one of four universities:
- Energy Management in Buildings and Power Grids at Grenoble INP: Institute of Technology, France
- Power Distribution and Storage, at KU Leuven, Belgium
- Power Electronics as Enabling Technology for Renewable Integration, at UPC: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech, Spain
- Sustainable Electrical Energy Systems, at TU/e: Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Master's degree project
You complete your second and final year with a master's degree project, which you undertake at one of our industrial or research partners. The degree projectis worth 30 ECTS credits and corresponds to five months of full-time study. Your degree project should be relevant to the field of smart grids and be clearly orientated towards innovative solutions that are relevant to electric power.
The programme is the perfect launchpad for an exciting future in electrical engineering, smart grids and electrical networks – whatever you want it to be.
The programme prepares you for a global career in electrical power engineering, especially in the fast-growing field of smart grids. It is the perfect starting point for students who want to:
- Enhance the reliability of electric power delivery
- Minimise the cost of electric energy
- Encourage the use of new generating sources
- Increase the penetration of renewable energy sources in the energy mix