Renewable Energy Systems Engineering MSc

Programme Overview

Created in the context of the rapid advancement of the renewable energy industry, our programme is suited to graduates from engineering, science or other relevant backgrounds with an interest in pursuing a successful career in research, technological change and the commercialisation of renewable energy systems.

On our MSc, you will investigate both renewable energy and systems technologies, in order to become competent in the R&D and engineering tasks that are demanded of scientific engineers in the sustainable development sector.

Our programme also provides you with opportunities to learn about similar renewable energy technologies, energy sector economics and supply chain management.

Why not explore student experiences of the subject, including Alexandros Fourtoulakis who is studying Renewable Energy Systems Engineering MSc.

Programme structure

We offer a set of optional modules that will allow you to tailor the programme to suit your individual needs, whilst the compulsory modules provide the fundamental knowledge and skills needed in industry today.

Graduate students will find the programme of substantial benefit in developing the knowledge and skills acquired in their undergraduate programme. For practising process engineers with professional business experience, the programme is an opportunity to update their knowledge of current design practice and also to familiarise themselves with developments in codes and methods of analysis.

Successful completion of four modules is required to gain a Postgraduate Certificate and eight modules for a Postgraduate Diploma. To be awarded the MSc, you will need to take eight modules and successfully complete a dissertation.

Each module is worth 15 credits. The majority of modules are provided by university academic staff. In addition, the Technology, Business and Research Seminars module is coordinated and supervised by University academic staff but delivered by experts from industry, research institutions and business organisations. The majority of modules run for ten weeks and comprise approximately 30 hours of class time (three hours per week) and 120 hours of self-study and assignments.

There is a wide selection of modules on offer within the programme, covering the most relevant areas in the sector of business and technology in the process industry. At the end of the programme, you will have an opportunity to pursue a single topic in depth and to demonstrate evidence of research potential through the project dissertation. Academic support in the form of consultations is constantly available to enable further knowledge and skill comprehension.

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