About EWEM

EWEM (European Wind Energy Master) is an advanced 2 year (120 ECTS) MSc with four specializations: Wind Physics, Rotor Design, Electric Power Systems and Offshore Engineering.

  • Receive a double Msc degree from two leading universities in the field of wind energy.
  • Do your internship or thesis at one of our many partners.
  • Spend time at different universities, and experience European student life.

Do you want to know more about being part of EWEM? We have interviewed some of our students and gathered some testimonials from our alumni so you can get a feeling of how is it to be part of the programme. Visit Social EWEM.

ASE ‘Aeolus’

ASE ‘Aeolus’ is the student association of EWEM. Click here to find out more about them and their events.

Testimonial MSc European Wind Energy


Studielink now closed for applications for European Wind Energy Master (EWEM)

[UPDATE] Studielink is now closed and will reopen October 1st, 2018. Studielink is now open for applications for the European Wind Energy Master (EWEM). Please find below how to apply for each track. Wind Physics Apply for the MSc programme Aerospace Engineering and choose track European Wind Energy Master (EWEM), Wind Physics. Rotor Design Apply […]

Interview to Paul Hulsman: “Being part of a DreamTeam is a unique opportunity”

In his recent interview Wind Physics student Paul Hulsman talks about his gap year as a team manager of TU Delft Eco-Runner Team before departing to Denmark to complete his Master’s. In the interview Paul talks about what he learned from this experience and share his views about taking a gap year from his studies. […]

PhD student Jan Schneiders and EWEM student Constantin Jux awarded best paper at Ispiv 2017

Aerodynamics Ph.D. candidate Jan Schneiders and EWEM student Constantin Jux from the Rotor Design track won the best paper award at the last International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry (Ispiv), held last June in Busan (KR). Their work deals with a novel “torch-like” system for large-scale tomographic PIV based on the use of helium-filled soap […]

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