MA54

Master's Degree in Hydrogen Technologies

Location

Tarragona, Barcelona, Zaragoza y Bilbao

Name of the university:

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Universidad de Zaragoza, Universidad de Mondragón, Universidad del País Vasco, en cooperación con cinco centros de formación profesional

Language(s):
  • Spanish
Cost of the programme
8600 Euros (total)
Topics covered in the programme
Basic electrochemistry
H2 Production
H2 Storage, Transport and Distribution
H2 End-uses: transports
H2 End-uses: energy, power generation
H2 End-uses: buildings
H2 End-uses: industry
Safety
Regulations, Codes and Standards
Life-Cycle Assessment, eco-design, recycling
Technical-economic evaluation
Access to materials/infrastructure:
Books / E-Books
Handbooks, Slides, Handouts, Notes
Labs (real or virtual)
Courses tackling Fuel Cells and Hydrogen​:

I Hydrogen market II Basic knowledge III Generation of the H2 IV Hydrogen storage, transport and distribution V Hydrogen transformation VI Hydrogen Transformation and VII Hydrogen Applications

ECTS/ EQF
60
Hours of lecture per week
515
Capacity of the course
More than 30
Prerequisite

The Master's is aimed at business professionals who require specialization and training in technologies around hydrogen in the different stages of the value chain.
This program is recommended for people with a degree or master's degree in: Civil Engineering Energy Resources Engineering Telecommunication Technology Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial and Automatic Electronics Engineering Industrial Technology Engineering Marine Engineering Nautical Engineering and Transportation Mechanical Engineering Chemical engineering Degree or degree in physics or chemistry Degree in Automotive Engineering interested in specializing in this subject to open new career paths

Type of assessment

The Comte de Rius Institute as well as other vocational training centers in Somorrostro, Barcelona and Huesca are actively participating in this master's degree.
The theme of the Master is structured in the following blocks: I Hydrogen market II Basic knowledge III Generation of the H2 IV Hydrogen storage, transport and distribution V Hydrogen transformation VI Hydrogen Transformation and VII Hydrogen Applications

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