Renewable Energy and Decarbonisation Technologies at University of Strathclyde - UCAS

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Course summary

The MSc Renewable Energy & Decarbonisation Technologies course aims to provide students with detailed knowledge of the technology required to ensure future energy transition in industry. It will give both a theoretical and practical grounding for future managers and engineers of energy-based projects. Where possible, the final individual project is carried out in industry, providing an opportunity for personal research and giving a deeper insight into particular energy transition future. This programme will provide a solid basis for future engineers entering the energy transition industries. It will focus on the challenging problems related to industry decarbonisation, state-of-the-art technologies and future technologies that will support this process on a significant scale.


Compulsory Classes: Asset Management and Condition Monitoring, Energy Economics, Wind Energy and Distributed Energy Resources 1, Solar Energy Systems, Energy Storage Systems, Energy Decarbonisation Technologies, Power Electronics Principles, Offshore Wind Farms O&M and Economics, Assignment and Professional Studies

Entry requirements

Normally a first-class or second-class honours degree (in Electrical or Electronic Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or cognate subject) from a United Kingdom university; or a similar institute internationally.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Scotland £8850 Year 1
England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
International £21850 Year 1

Additional fee information

For information on tuition fees, additional costs and funding for this programme, please view the programme details on the University of Strathclyde website.

Sponsorship information

Renewable Energy and Decarbonisation Technologies at University of Strathclyde - UCAS