Method / place
Electrical engineers and suitably qualified candidates from other fields, including those engaged in all aspects of the power supply industry.
* Provide you with the knowledge and up-to-date professional skills to understand and anticipate current and future techniques used by organisations involved in the electrical supply industry anywhere in the world.
* Connect you to subject areas that are relevant to your circumstances.
* Enable you to develop your career with a postgraduate qualification applicable to the whole field of electrical power systems.
* Enhance your ability to plan and operate electrical power systems that are efficient and reliable, while balancing cost considerations with safety requirements.
Applicants will usually have a first degree from a recognised University or hold a professional qualification such as MIEE. For non-graduate applicants with substantial experience in the power supply industry, the Access Route is available, comprising the first two modules of the full MSc programme. Entrants achieving the required standard in these two modules and who wish to continue with their studies will be allowed to register as candidates for the MSc degree.
The University's minimum requirement for non-native English speakers is 7.0 in the IELTS test or 600 in the TOEFL (paper) test.
Certificate / Qualification
MSc in Electrical Power Systems
Consult with training provider
Fees may be paid in five instalments.
FEES DO NOT INCLUDE:
- travel and accommodation at residential sessions.
- administration fees for exams taken overseas.