Master’s Degree in Electric Vehicle Engineering: Applications now open for non-EU students

MUNER is pleased to announce the opening of applications for the Master’s Degree in Electric Vehicle Engineering for non-EU students for the academic year 2024/25.

This cutting-edge program is designed to cultivate expertise in the design and manufacture of electric powertrain components for a wide range of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), from high-performance sports cars to robust heavy-duty vehicles.

Graduates of the #EVE program will gain comprehensive skills in the development of critical components of electric drive systems, including batteries, electric motors, vehicle energy management, power electronics, battery chargers, and on-board power systems. Managed by the University of Bologna, this international program provides specialized knowledge in electrical energy conversion devices and their seamless integration into vehicles.

As the automotive industry rapidly evolves towards sustainability and electrification, this program offers a unique opportunity for students to help shape the future of mobility.

Interested candidates from non-EU countries can now apply for the Master’s Degree in Electric Vehicle Engineering by visiting the following link:


MUNER promotes initiatives to increase the number of female candidates for selection. The selection process is gender-neutral and based solely on merit.

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