1. Educational Objective of the IBDP-E: The core of the curriculum aims at Energy Science and Technology, a key aspect of Environmental Technologies. The curriculum of the IBDP-E is comprehensively co-organized by the faculties from the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the College of Engineering. All courses of the IBDP-E are taught in English.
2. Specialized Fields: The IBDP-E Students will learn and be engaged in the study of Renewable Energy, Energy Saving Technologies, Intelligent Electricity Management, Energy Economy and Strategy, etc.
3. Future Perspectives: The graduates from the IBDP-E are expected to develop further study or to start a career in Energy Saving Technologies, Solar Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal Energy, Fuel Cell, Bioenergy, Wind Power, Hydropower & Ocean Energy, Energy Economy and Energy Strategy and other types of Energy-related technologies based on their own professional competence.