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The European Master in Dynamics of Renewables-based Power Systems (DREAM) is a 2-year Master’s programme that offers multidisciplinary education in the modern power systems field.

It trains students to tackle the current and future challenges of smart power systems in a new way.

Therefore, core knowledge from the fields of Power Systems, Smart Grids, Renewable Generation, Automatic Control and Power Electronics is combined to give the students the opportunity to acquire a global “system view” of the dynamics of next generation power systems.

DREAM aims to promote a more integrated way of thinking in order to prepare multidisciplinary specialists trained for the new jobs and challenges of future power systems.

Label of Excellence

The DREAM master’s programme has been selected under the European Programmes of Excellence in 2021 through the Erasmus+ 2021-27 key action 2. DREAM is a joint master’s programme implemented and fully supported by 4 major European Higher Education Institutions (HEI):
Centrale Nantes, France
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft, Germany
Universitatea Politehnica din Bucuresti, Romania DREAM students will spend their first semester in France to acquire a background in Power Systems and Automatic Control.
They will move for the second semester to Germany, Spain or Romania.
The third semester can be undertaken in any of the partner institutions, by choosing one specialization.
The mobility scheme will thus consist in visiting 2 or 3 EU countries in the first 3 semesters.
Semester 4 is devoted to the Master’s Thesis and can take place in any of the partner or associate partner.
The students will then receive double or triple degrees.

MSc Scholarships in Dynamics of Renewables-based Power Systems – Degrees Students graduating from the DREAM Master’s course are awarded two (or three) Master’s degrees from the institutions where they studied, as well as a Diploma Supplement.
The degrees obtained are officially recognized and give full access to PhD study programmes.

Depending on the mobility carried out, two (or three) of the following Master’s degrees will be awarded:

Centrale Nantes, France (ECN) – Master in Automatic, Robotics
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelonatech, Spain (UPC) – Master in Energy Engineering
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, Germany (HTW) – Master in Electrical Engineering
Universitatea Politehnica din București, Romania (UPB) – Master in Monitoring and control of electrical power systems
Diploma Supplement
MSc Scholarships in Dynamics of Renewables-based Power Systems – Careers Industry

It is expected that by 2030, 30% of jobs in industry will be in the renewable energy field. The career prospects for DREAM graduates are therefore excellent and their education will be relevant for diverse industrial and economic sectors.
Students who complete the DREAM master’s programme will have combined knowledge to tackle issues in companies acting for energy transition:

Transmission & distribution system operators,
Energy producers (renewable or classic),
Manufacturers (power electronics, electric drives, turbines, solar panels),
Electricity regulatory commissions
To boost the employability of DREAM graduates, future employers covering multi-disciplinary fields have been chosen to take part in the programme through a range of measures. Research

Students with more theoretical skills will have strong background to move into the research field, i.e., to start a PhD in these challenging fields raised by future low inertia power systems.
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For the next cohort 20 Erasmus Mundus scholarships for NON EU and 8 for EU will be available.

A full scholarship for non EU students includes:

The full tuition fees (9000€/year)
A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month
Installation fee: 1000€ (lump sum at arrival)
Travel expenses (3000€/year – lump sum)
A health insurance (value 500€/year)
A full scholarship for EU students includes :

The full tuition fees (4000€/year)
A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month
Travel costs : 1000€/year
A health insurance 500€/year
Consortium Scholarships

The consortium offers scholarships for EU and NON EU candidates applying for the course.
The number (3-4/intake) and amount of scholarships will be fixed according to the fund availability.

It will be distributed according to the candidate CV’s quality and their motivation.
A full scholarship is not given.
We prefer to give partial scholarships to several students instead of full ones to only a few.

The Consortium scholarship may include (one or two of the following, not all):

• Tuition fees (up to 9000€ / year, valid for 2 years).

• Free Health insurance.

• Travels: up to 500€.

• Monthly allocation for living and housing (200-300€/month).

Academic Scholarships

Academic Scholarships are granted to excellent applicants.

These scholarships will cover a part of tuition fees and about 500€ / month for EU students and 850€ / month for non EU students.
Additional scholarships are available depending on the program country and other factors.

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