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The ME Electrical Power Engineering programme is perfect for mathematically strong engineering students interested in power systems analysis and renewables integration. This professionally accredited programme provides comprehensive training in electrical engineering, focusing on transitioning towards sustainable power systems. You'll have the opportunity to work on a major research project and gain professional work experience. Taught by internationally renowned academics, including five IEEE Fellows, the programme offers modules in power system analysis, power electronics, smart grid communication, and electricity market operations. To apply, you'll need an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering and meet the English language proficiency requirements.

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Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 120)

The ME Electrical Power Engineering programme is a professionally accredited programme which addresses the challenge of transitioning towards sustainable power systems, and integrating diverse generation and demand-side technologies, while maintaining stable and economic operation. It provides strong training in various aspects of electrical engineering and enhances this through a major research project and professional work experience. If you are a mathematically strong engineering student who is interested in power systems analysis and renewables integration, and you are seeking a professional career in the power system and smart grid sectors, then this programme is ideal for you. 

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Entry Requirements

- An undergraduate honours degree (NFQ level 8) with a minimum upper second class honours or international equivalence in an Electrical or Electronic Engineering programme.

- Applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate English language proficiency of IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0 in each element), or equivalent.

- Students meeting the programme’s academic entry requirements but not the English language requirements, may enter the programme upon successful completion of UCD’s Pre-Sessional or International Pre-Master’s Pathway programmes.




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Rachel Perkinson

I chose to study engineering at UCD as you did not have to commit to a particular discipline straight away. This proved a wise choice as I went in believing I wanted to be a chemical engineering but quickly discovered electrical engineering was actually the discipline for me, and so I first completed a 3 year BSc degree, focusing on electrical engineering. The ME in Electrical Power Engineering at UCD is a challenging but rewarding course. I have found the course prepared me well for a career in renewable energy by making me aware of the opportunities and challenges facing the industry by mixing knowledge of the key technologies with how electricity markets and networks interact and operate. Throughout my 5 years at UCD I had the opportunity to spend a year studying in New Zealand and undertook two internships which provided invaluable experience. I am now working as an electrical engineer for SSE renewables based in Scotland and find I use many of the skills I developed at UCD on a regular basis.

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