Our two-year MSc programme in Advanced Power Engineering will train you in the most up-to-date developments in power engineering technologies. You will expand your knowledge of both traditional and renewable power sources and will explore efficient and sustainable methods of power production. Through the taught courses you will acquire the advanced fundamentals, research tools and techniques of power engineering, as well as an in-depth knowledge of emerging technologies and advanced numerical methods to address some of the world's grand challenges, such as integration of wind energy, offshore renewables, energy storage and photovoltaics. In your second year you will undertake a year-long research project when you will be able to focus on a topic of your choice within Energy Systems. You have the opportunity to do this either within one of our research groups, or in industry in collaboration with a power company. This in-depth project will advance your research and transferable skills, preparing you for a career in the field or further study into a PhD. How will I learn? You will be taught by our expert academics who are leaders in their fields and you will deepen your knowledge through:
- our connections with leading companies in the sector
- practical activities where you will benefit from our specialist resources and facilities
- participating in site visits so you can apply theory to real situations
- gaining experience of using industry approved software
- actively engaging in our world-leading research as part of your dissertation project
- one of our power research groups working alongside academics and researchers from the Institute for Energy Systems, or
- in an industrial placement at one of our collaborating companies within the power sector.
See the University of Edinburgh website for detailed programme information.
Entry requirements for individual programmes vary, so please check the details for the specific programme you wish to apply for on the University of Edinburgh website. You will also need to meet the University’s language requirements.
Fees and funding
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