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Master in Energy Science and Technology (MEST)

The ESC coordinates the interdisciplinary Master's degree programme Master in Energy Science and Technology (MEST) at ETH Zurich.
A graduate of the MEST programme would be able to offer a future employer their knowledge of a solid engineering base in mechanical and electrical engineering, combined with an economic understanding of energy-related issues.
Each graduate will have a unique profile as half of the course credits are gained by individual selection from a catalogue of over 50 energy-related courses.


An outline of the MEST programme can be found in the brochure (PDF, 795 KB)

Further information is available on the MEST website

Master in Integrated Building Systems (MBS)

The ESC supports the interdisciplinary Master's degree programme in Integrated Building Systems (MBS) at ETH Zurich.
This programme provides a science-based education in building systems and technologies with a strong emphasis on the energy performance and the environmental impact of buildings. The emphasis is on the integration of sustainable energy technologies at both the building and the urban level.

Further information is available on the MBS website

Continuing Education: MAS in "Future Transport Systems"

This programme is designed specifically for professionals in the transportation sector and related fields and focuses on developing and implementing strategies and solutions for sustainable mobility systems.

The course covers topics including:

  • Advancements in vehicle technology, energy carriers and infrastructure
  • Applications of spatial information and communication technologies
  • Integrated assessment of mobility technologies and systems
  • User-oriented innovations and applications

For more information, contact or visit the programme website.

Frontiers in Energy Research

Frontiers in Energy Research is a series of lectures given by PhD students for PhD students of their energy-related research work.

Further information is available on the detailed event page.

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