Masters | Postgraduate Course - Energy and Environment MSc Course Details within University of Leeds

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Energy and Environment MSc

Study Details

MSc: 12 months full-time

Whether you’re from an engineering, scientific or technical background, this programme will equip you with expertise in new and traditional energy technologies, renewable energy sources, solid waste recycling, air pollution, climate change and energy management systems.

You’ll gain an understanding of the environmental impacts of energy technology choices and the technical expertise to further develop them, preparing you to handle the complex challenges created by the growing energy demands, climate change and urban growth of the 21st century.

Core modules will build your knowledge of topics like atmospheric pollution controls, as well as a range of renewable technologies. You’ll also choose from optional modules that suit your interests and career plans such as combustion theory, energy management or fuel processing.

Module details

Take a look at the course page for more detail on what you will study. These are typical modules/components and will give you a flavour of what it's like to study - modules may change from time to time.

Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:2 (hons) in an engineering, physical science or mathematics discipline.

Programme Funding

The Faculty of Engineering and the School of Chemical and Process Engineering offer a range of scholarships for UK, EU and International students. For some programmes, there may also be external sources of funding available to some students. Find out more about our Scholarships -

Student Destinations

The need for all businesses and industrial companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions will be a major driver of future development. Graduates with the skills offered by this course will be in high demand.

Typically, graduates are likely to go on to work in senior posts with high levels of responsibility in energy and environmental consultancies, energy specialists, architectural firms, environmental departments of local authorities, government agencies, major funding bodies, large industrial companies and emerging businesses in the renewable sector.

You’ll also be well prepared for PhD level study and a career in academic research.