University of East Anglia

Energy Engineering with Environmental Management (MSc)

Address:

Norwich Research Park

Norwich, England

United Kingdom

Program Information

Degrees Offered:

Energy Engineering with Environmental Management (MSc)

Format: Campus

Program Description:

This new MSc programme combines investment in engineering with existing and substantial expertise across the Faculty of Science in the fields of applied mathematics, energy resources, environmental management and electronic engineering. The programme has been developed in partnership with industry and employers through close collaboration with the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), aiming to address the national and regional shortage of high-calibre qualified graduates in the field of Energy Engineering. The Faculty of Science houses an impressive base of engineering knowledge, particularly in the Schools of Mathematics, Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences, Computing Sciences and Chemistry. We are internationally renowned for our research and teaching in many relevant fields, including Applied Mathematics, Computer Systems Engineering, Geophysical Sciences and Physical Oceanography and Physical Chemistry, to name but a few. This existing expertise will ensure that this MSc programme equips students with training in the fundamentals of engineering, along with its application to the energy industry. All students will be required to undertake a substantial engineering project as part of the MSc programme, and it is anticipated that many students will have the opportunity to undertake the practical elements of this project in an industrial setting within the energy sector. Accreditation has been awarded by the Energy Institute to allow graduates partial exemption towards CEng status. This programme will offer excellent career prospects to graduates. Employers have identified a shortage of engineers in the energy sector, so high calibre graduates from this programme will be in demand.

Accreditation:

Accreditation has been awarded by the Energy Institute to allow graduates partial exemption towards CEng status.

Facts & Figures

Financial Aid: No

International Financial Aid: No

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