Most of the courses in this programme, are taught in Swedish; however, there may be opportunity to take some of these with English as the language of instruction: see our Swedish webpage Energi Högskoleingenjörsprogram.
Energy Technology: Our Profile
The main focuses of this programme are:
- Energy utilisation as a component in an energy system
- Energy efficiency (for example, in industries and buildings)
- Biofuels and their use
- Renewable generation of electricity
Which courses are taught in English?
Although the programme is mainly delivered in Swedish, we can offer one year of exchange studies with courses taught in English during the latter part of the programme.
The following courses in the programme are taught in English. Period one begins at the start of the autumn semester:
Period 1 (Sep-Nov)
Renewable Power Generation, 7.5 credits
Industrial Heat Technology, 7.5 credits
Period 2 (Nov-Jan)
Automation and Control Engineering, 7.5 credits
Period 3 (Jan-March)
Fluid Dynamics, 7.5 credits
Resource Management and Environmental Impact, 5 credits
Energy Systems, 7.5 credits
From spring semester 2020, the two energy system courses above will be replaced by:
Energy Systems and their Resource Management and Environmental Impact, 10 credits (No syllabus at present).
Scientific Writing, 2.5 credits (No syllabus at present)
Period 4 (April-June)
Degree Thesis for Bachelor in Science in Engineering in Energy Technology, 15 credits
Exchange students who take the other programme courses taught in English can, upon agreement with the Programme Director, also take this thesis project course.
These courses total 57.5 credits, with more credits in period 3 than in 2.
To attain 60 credits (one year of full-time studies), you must take an optional course in period 2.
Dalarna University is a small university, which allows you to develop personal relationships with your classmates and teachers. You will study at Campus Borlänge, which is located in a town characterised by thriving business and industry, surrounded by nature and the charming Swedish countryside.
The town is two hours north of Stockholm and only 20 km away from the historic town of Falun, the political centre of Dalarna County. The town of Borlänge is home to some major Swedish corporations, such as SSAB and Borlänge Energi, and within a short commute to another large corporation, namely ABB.
How To Apply
Applying to this programme is quick and easy. Just complete these two steps:
Click on the blue "Apply" button to create a user account and add the programme to your account in the online application portal.
Submit the required documents to verify that you fulfill the entry requirements listed below. It is usually possible to upload the required documents to your user account.