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    Full time available

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    Full-time: 1 year

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    17 September 2018

Enhance your career options in the electrical power industry with a degree that gives you specialist skills in modern power system networks.

You can boost your knowledge in engineering and contribute to a fast-moving industry on our master's degree. Our course introduces you to aspects of electrical power systems including quality, energy, protection and electronics.

We have a long-standing reputation as specialist educators of power engineers. Our course draws on the strength of our involvement with the power industry where there is a demand for engineers who can plan and operate safe, efficient and reliable systems. You'll learn how industry tackles challenges so you have the knowledge to develop your own engineering solutions.

Group projects provide a rewarding opportunity to work in teams and develop problem-solving and communication skills. The mix of specialist units, projects and research mean you'll graduate with the rounded skills to make a positive impact in this field.


You’ll be based in our Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, learning from academics with expertise in engineering science. Their international collaborations and research activities feed into your teaching and learning experience.


You'll have access to facilities including laboratories for superconductivity, optoelectronics and circuit board prototyping, as well as dedicated project space and well-equipped computer labs.


Our master's prepares you for the next step in your career, whether that is in industry or academia. Some of our graduates have gone on to work in companies such as Guam Power Authority, National Grid and Central Electricity Board. We also encourage our top performing MSc students to continue their studies with us on our PhD programme.

Visit the Electrical Power Systems (MSc) page on the University of Bath website for more details!






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