This new programme aims to train future engineers to lead the global energy transformation, by addressing critical challenges relating to climate change, clean growth, and sustainability. "The world is set to invest a record $1.8T in clean energy in 2023. This needs to climb to around $4.5T-a-year by the early 2030s to be in line with our net zero pathway" (IEA-2023). In the World Energy Transition Outlook, the phasing out of fossil fuels will be accelerated. In 2050, renewable energy will dominate the world's electricity generation supply. To achieve global energy transformation and meet the Paris Agreement, significant job growth is projected, with 42 million renewable energy jobs expected in the sector by 2050. If you're a recent graduate from an engineering-related discipline, this Master's course offers an opportunity to specialise and develop to become a future leader in this fast-growing sector. The programme will focus on:
- providing you with knowledge, advanced methods and tools to address technical challenges in renewable and sustainable energy
- developing your professional skills to solve real-world problems relating to renewable and sustainable energy technologies
- operations and maintenance
- energy industry big data
MSc Project (60 credits, core) | Strategic Management and Cost Engineering (20 credits, core) | Supply Chain Management and Production (20 credits, core) | Risk Assessment and Management (20 credits, core) | Sustainability and Innovation for Engineers (20 credits, core) | Statistical Applications of Industrial Big Data (20 credits, optional) | Sustainable Development Law in Contemporary Business Society (20 credits, optional) | Project Management and Six Sigma (20 credits, optional) | Industrial Big Data Analysis and Mining (20 credits, optional) | Oil and Gas Management (20 credits, optional)
Your learning experiences will be varied, with a mixture of: -formal lectures -tutorials and seminars -group work -an individual research project Independent study is supported by our Virtual Learning Environment, Canvas. Reading lists and suggested resources for independent study provide you with clear direction, while regular contact hours and informal feedback throughout the programme provide you with additional support. The development and delivery of the MSc in Engineering Management is research-informed as the academic staff involved in the programme have research and practical expertise in relevant management areas. The excellent external relations that the Faculty has with businesses, industry, and relevant organisations are engaged in the continuous improvement of the programme. We also apply an inclusive and diverse learning culture in our programmes of study.
Qualified teacher status (QTS)
To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:
- Course does not award QTS
How to apply
If you applying from outside the UK and require additional support you may apply through your country representative. They can help you at every stage and communicate with the University on your behalf. They often provide additional services to ensure your smooth arrival to the UK such as visa application support and assistance with your travel arrangements. Further information is available on the University of Bradford International website.
At least a second-class Honours degree or equivalent in an engineering discipline or a minimum of 2 years experience working in an engineering position in the industry (considered on an individual basis). English language requirements: IELTS at 6.0 or the equivalent.
Fees and funding
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*This is a provisional fee and subject to change.