Full time September MSc 1 year full time

About the course

Whether you’re from an engineering, scientific or technical background, this Masters degree 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 and urban growth of the 21st century.

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Entry Requirements

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

Applicants must have strong marks across a breadth of relevant modules, including mathematics and physical sciences.


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Talal Abudahaier

As one of the best universities in the UK, the University of Leeds has a good reputation in my home country and all over the world. A lot of tutors and friends recommended the MSc here in Leeds as it’s one of the top research engineering departments in the UK, led by outstanding academic staff and researchers with a good facilities for studying.

The best aspect of being a student at the University of Leeds is that it pushes your ambitions as well as making you seek the best outcomes in your work. In addition, the course offers a wide variety of multidisciplinary modules.

The course provides you with theoretical knowledge in addition to practical work, as some of the modules feature computer-based learning and some taught in laboratories. The teachers and leading professors are experts in various areas such as solar energy, wind energy, combustion, pollution and biofuels.

As a student at the University of Leeds, I have been involved in several group and individual projects that have introduced me to real world concepts. I am currently working on my dissertation project, which is looking at the performance of domestic solar power systems and the potential for them to contribute to renewable energy targets.

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