Gain the solid physics background, technical knowledge and problem-solving skills required to play a central role in designing the energy systems of the future. Our distinctive Physics with Renewable Energy BSc will provide you with the numerical, programming, critical-thinking, digital and presentational skills needed to pursue a career in the ever-expanding low-carbon and sustainability employment sector. Why choose this course?
- Specialise in a topic of global societal and ethical importance at a University that is sector leading in sustainability
- Global Sustainability Institution of the Year (International Green Gown Awards, 2021)
- Dedicated first year modules will equip you with the fundamental mathematical, programming and practical skills required for effective academic study
- Develop the core skills in mathematics and physics to focus on tacking some of the worlds renewable energy and climate change problems
- 13th in England for Physics (Guardian University Guide, 2022)
- the physics of renewable energy from wind, solar, hydroelectric, tidal, nuclear fission and fusion;
- the distribution of renewable energy, the national grid and smart energy networks;
- energy efficiency, materials for renewable energy, storage solutions and batteries;
- computing, data-analysis and the application of Physics to solving real-world and world-changing problems.
For a list of indicative modules please visit the course page on the Keele University website.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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