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Electric Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering (Energy Engineering)

Master (2 years) of Science in Engineering (Energy Engineering), 120 ECTS

Institution Aalborg University (AAU)
Campus Aalborg
Duration 2 years
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 6700 EUR
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR


During the MSc programme in Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering (EPSH), you will study future power supply sources and the structure of future power supply systems.
The programme combines power systems analysis with network planning, simulation models for analysis of steady-state and transient phenomena, compensation systems, application of advanced control and surveillance strategies, stability, reliability, voltage quality and relay protection.

The teaching of the programme is carried out in an innovative, dynamic and challenging environment through a combination of research-based courses, team-based project work and a high degree of interaction with industrial partners and energy supply companies. Companies take an active part in providing project proposals for the problem-oriented project work, guest lectures and visits to the companies.

With a Master's Degree in 
Electric Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering, you would be able to answer questions like:
  • Should the entire high voltage network be laid in cables? How should this be done?
  • How would the future distribution network be, including decentralised supply units? What control strategy would be required?
  • Should the customer pay time-dependent prices to encourage adjustment of consumption patterns?
  • Should the distribution network be able to run independently in the future (disconnected from the transmission network)?
  • How do we control the balance between production and consumption in a future network supplied by sustainable energy sources with fluctuating production and consumption?

Career Opportunities  

Electrical Energy engineers have a wide range of job opportunities. The gained knowledge enables the MSc graduates to work in project engineering, research, development and management in Danish and international industries or public institutions.

Examples of possible employers
  • Electrical transmission and distribution companies such as Vattenfall, DongEnergy,, Seas-NVE and Himmerlands Elforsyning
  • Wind industry such as Vestas and Siemens Wind Power
  • Power industry such as ABB and Siemens
  • Other electronics companies
  • Counselling companies


Admission to the MSc programme in Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering presupposes a BSc degree in Electrical Energy Engineering, Power Systems or similar. 

In addition, documentation will be required to verify that your proficiency in English is at an acceptable level. 
Read more about the language requirements of Aalborg University

Apply directly at Aalborg University with all relevant documentation.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Aalborg University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.


There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.  

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Autumn | EU/EAA applicants

Application date
Mar 01
Start date
Sep 01

Autumn | Non-EU/EAA applicants

Application date
Mar 01
Start date
Sep 01


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