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The Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg is an institution of higher education in Oldenburg, Germany. Founded in 1973, it has become one of the most important educational facilities in northwestern Germany. The school has a focus on interdisciplinary studies, and offers more than 80 different programs. It is organized in the following manner: Faculty I: Pedagogy and Education; Faculty II: Computer sciences, law and economics; Faculty III: Linguistics and Cultural studies; Faculty IV: Social Sciences; Faculty V: Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The university participates in the ERASMUS program and has formed partnerships with more than 50 universities on all continents.

Study Program Details
Renewable Energy
The fundamentals of renewable energy graduate program is designed for engineers interested in pursuing work in the renewable energy field. The classes taught include: Renewable Energy Basics, Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Energy Systems and Society, Energy Meteorology & Storage Technologies, Biomass & Hydro Energy, Specializations, Case Study, Master Thesis and External Practical Training.
Level: Graduate     Location: Oldenburg     Language of instruction: English  

All Programs Available:
  • Computing
    • Information Technology
  • Economics
    • Economics
  • Education
    • Education
  • Humanities
    • Humanities
  • Law
    • Law
  • Philology, Languages, Literature
    • Philology and Linguistics
  • Sciences
    • Nature Sciences
  • Social and Cultural studies
    • Social Studies
Language of instruction


Type of school

Public University




, Oldenburg, Germany