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Join our webinar – Tuesday 9 March 2021

We are hosting a free webinar to help you find out more about our Masters in Renewable Energy. Join us to hear from programme leaders, students and researchers and ask any burning questions at the Q&A. Register hereThe University of Hull is leading the way in renewable energies and low carbon futures through Aura and the Energy and Environment Institute. As the renewable energy sector expands there is huge demand for trained individuals to plan, implement and manage renewable energy projects with 27,000 new jobs expected by 2030.

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The Humber is the UK’s ‘Energy Estuary’ and is rapidly becoming the focus of the renewables industry with great opportunities for industrial placements and

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Entry Requirements

Normally a Bachelor Honours degree (2.2. or above), or international equivalent, in an engineering or science subject and GCSE Maths or equivalent. If you hold a degree in another subject area, we would still encourage you to apply as we are looking for a real interest and passion for renewable energy and the environment. So we would be happy to consider your application. Similarly, if you do not hold a degree but have relevant professional experience and training, we would welcome your application.


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Aminah Bibi

"Throughout my undergraduate degree there was a great focus on the current use of non-renewable energy sources in engineering and the severe effects that this has on our environment. In my final year I became captivated with the dynamic relationship between humans and the earth. I chose to pursue a masters in Renewable Energy as I wanted to be a part of the Energy Estuary in the Humber region. This is a unique opportunity to study a subject that has direct implications on the world today, in the heart of where the change is happening"


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