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Bachelor Degrees in Energy Studies in Turkey

A bachelor's degree is awarded at the successful completion of an undergraduate academic program. It is often the first degree a student received in his or her academic career. It typically takes four years of full-time study to earn a bachelor’s degree.

Energy studies teach about how power demands are met. This may be through conventional means, or alternative energy sources such as wind and solar energy. Some programs might explore the development of new sources.

Turkey, officially the Republic of Turkey, is a transcontinental country, located mostly on Anatolia in Western Asia and on East Thrace in Southeastern Europe. Many Turkish universities (both public and private) are participating in pan-European student exchange programs (Socrates, Erasmus, and the like). Some also have agreements with non-European universities, too.

Bachelor Degree in Energy Studies in Turkey

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Bachelor in Energy System Engineering

Bahcesehir University
Campus Full-time 8 semesters September 2020 Turkey Istanbul

Bahçeşehir University’s Energy Systems Engineering Department offers double major and lateral branch programs in the fields of renewable energy, conventional energy, and energy management.

Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Systems Engineering

Yasar University
Campus Full-time 4 years Request Info Turkey Izmir

Energy is central to everything in nature, in society and even in the universe. The engineering of energy systems is a multi-disciplinary approach to the development of energy systems, from the design to the final product. The use of limited energy resources, the requirement for the management of energy efficiency and the increased usage of renewable energy sources (such as solar, biomass, hydraulic, wind and geothermal) means that there is also an increasing demand for well-trained experts in the field of energy systems engineering. In this context, the energy sector is constantly changing due to environmental constraints (such as fossil fuel and greenhouse gas emissions), increasing fuel prices, depletion of fossil fuels and the decreasing regulation and control of the energy market (natural gas and electricity). The academic discipline of energy systems engineering aims to address all of these issues.