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The course provides the fundamental scientific and technical aspects of sustainable energy technologies. Students will be introduced to key enabling technologies, including electrical, electrochemical, mechanical and thermal aspects
Degree of Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Technologies (MSc)
1 year full time
A 12 month registration taking into account 30 weeks of teaching during the academic year and project work throughout.
31st July 2019
Course Start Date
30th September 2019
Location of study
School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, United Kingdom
This information is applicable for 2019 entry. We are currently reviewing this course for 2020 entry. Please check this webpage again in Spring 2019 for the latest information regarding 2020 entry.
“I really enjoyed the fact the an MSc gives you the opportunity to gain an in depth knowledge in a specific research area; being able to focus your studies on the field that interests you most is a great experience. I especially enjoyed our site visit to GE Power; it was great to see the technologies that we have been learning about in the classroom being implemented on an industrial scale.”
Caspar C, MSc in Sustainable Energy Technologies (16/17 cohort)