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Environmental & Energy Management

The Master’s degree in Environmental and Energy Management (MEEM) is a postgraduate, academic programme focusing on every aspect of managing the environment, water and energy: policy & law, management and technology. The aim of the programme is to train future managers to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate programmes, policy and projects relating to environmental, water or energy management.
The Master’s is an international programme, which is taught in English and forms part of the Twente Centre for Studies in Technology and Sustainable Development (CSTM) of the University of Twente. The University of Twente has been operating in the province of Fryslân for more than two decades and the MEEM has been on the Frisian prospectus since 1999. More than 40 different nationalities have taken the programme, making it unique of its kind.


Graduates can work as internal/external consultants for companies, government bodies and NGOs, as managers of environmental, water or energy projects or as civil servants or researchers in environmental sciences, specializing in environmental, energy or water management.

High Tech Systems and Materials

High-Tech Systems and Materials is an intensive programme for talented Master’s students with a technical background. The programme aims to improve the match between university education and the job market, and to introduce students to high-tech research and development in the north-eastern region. The HTSM Master’s Honours pathway was developed jointly by UCF, the University of Groningen, the University of Twente and Philips Consumer Lifestyle. It is one of the first Dutch Master´s programmes to be based on a public-private partnership. Like other pathways of excellence at the University of Groningen, this programme is designed to deepen and broaden your knowledge of HTSM.

Read more about the programme in the HTSM brochure. Or follow read more on the HTSM webpage on the University of Groningen website

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