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MSc Sustainable Engineering Systems

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc Part Time: September start: 2 years including a summer break January start: 28 months including two summer breaks, Full Time: September start: 1 year January start: 16 months including a summer break.

Course Description

This course is ideal for those looking to develop green industries, supporting climate change agendas at regional, national and international levels.

You cover a number of topics in sustainability, broadening and deepening your understanding and knowledge of the field. You learn how to synthesise information from a variety of sources and develop your decision-making abilities in solving complex sustainability problems. Working with a supervisor, you also conduct a research project in a specific area of sustainable engineering.

Here at Teesside University, we undertake varied research in sustainability and are involved in several regional strategic projects, and we are spearheading an ongoing drive for clean energy and sustainability though our Net Zero Innovation Hub. Part of this includes a Net Zero Industry Innovation Centre, an innovative new £13.1m facility and key component of Tees Valley Combined Authority’s regional innovation strategy, which will position Teesside firmly at the heart of the UK’s green industrial revolution.

We are based in the Tees Valley, a hub of the green energy industry, housing bioethanol, hydrogen and offshore wind farms. The region is also a centre for investment in carbon capture and storage, and industrial decarbonisation. 
If you a looking to be involved in net zero initiatives, then this course is an ideal launchpad for your career, and there are four £12,000 Kellas Midstream Clean Energy Scholarships available to fund your studies

Entry Requirements

Normally a 2.2 UK honours degree (or equivalent) in a science, technology or engineering subject. Students with a degree awarded outside the UK must also meet the University’s minimum English language requirements. Non-EU international students who need a student visa to study in the UK should check our web pages on UKVI-compliant English language requirements. The University also provides pre-sessional English language courses if you do not meet the minimum English language requirement.

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Fees

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Student Destinations

This course gives you an industrially, commercially and professionally relevant education by developing your lifelong learning skills and giving you a progression route for further professional development.

You are prepared for a career understanding and tackling sustainability issues, driving rapid change in all sectors and contributing to climate change agendas at a regional, national and international level. You can work in a technical or managerial role in industrial sectors including manufacturing, chemicals and processing.

Module Details

Core modules
Circular Economy

Digital Twinning

Future Energy Demand

Interactive Digital Factory Systems

MSc Research Project

Sustainability

and one optional module
Asset Management

Big Data and Business Intelligence

Power Conversion for Energy Systems

Project Management Philosophies and Tools

Renewable Energy Generation

Modules offered may vary.

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