Intended learning outcomes

After completing this Master's programme, you will:

  • be able to utilise different numerical methods of reactor physics and thermal hydraulic safety analysis;
  • understand the nuclear fuel cycle;
  • understand and be able to explain the design principles of nuclear reactors, nuclear steam supply systems and safety systems;
  • be able to apply and develop mathematical models to solve energy technology problems;
  • be able to manage and organise both national and international projects;
  • design energy technology related equipment, plants, processes and systems;
  • be able to communicate and act in academic and research environments;
  • be able to work as a specialist in energy technology.

Nuclear Engineering

Master of Science in Technology

120 ECTS credits

2 years

Start date
August 2020


Tuition Fees and Scholarships
EUR 10 000 Non-EU/EEA students
Scholarships available

Academic Unit
LUT School of Energy Systems


Regular Admission
2 December 2019 − 22 January 2020
at 15:00 (UTC+2)

Rolling Admission
1 October 2019 − 31 May 2020