The MRes Low Carbon Electrical Power and Energy Technology programme provides advanced and systematic education and training in the areas of electronic science and technology. It has been designed to respond to the vigorous development of electric power and energy technology in China and worldwide.
The programme contains taught courses covering solar converters, wind power systems, energy storage technology and smart grids. It places a strong emphasis on hands-on experience and practical skills development. A 12-month extensive research project is required which leads to the submission of a dissertation after students have finished the taught modules.
The MRes Low Carbon Electrical Power and Energy Technology programme provides advanced systematic education and training in the areas of electronic science and technology. You will develop the understanding of state-of-the-art electrical power and energy technology, be able to research and critically evaluate trends in current technologies of energy management, sustainability, renewable energy and nuclear energy. You'll acquire skills in planning, project management and communicating complex ideas and gain experience in conducting extended research and/or developing project work.
You will benefit from:
- Excellent research platform equipped with advanced experimental equipment, including network analyser, power analyser and electrical machine testing system etc.
- Cutting-edge research areas that aim for the intelligent and efficient utilisation of emerging electrical power and energy technologies
- Close cooperation with world famous universities and research centres to solve major challenges
- Additional Learning Activities provided to improve students’ research and design skills, such as module CEN901 Research Methods (Information Management and Expression)
Graduates of this programme, as with all XJTLU masters degrees, earn a University of Liverpool degree that is recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education.
Why Should I Study Low Carbon Electrical Power and Energy Technology at XJLTU?
- Sustainable Energy and Environment
- Power System Network and Smart Grid
- Nuclear Energy Technology
- Research Methods
- Research Project/Dissertation
Additional learning activity modules
The completion of additional learning activities is required to complete your master's degree. Normally, required ALA hours will be distributed evenly across each semester, amounting to 200 hours per semester.
There has been a growing demand for senior R&D talents especially in the area of electrical power and energy. With the development of China's economy and internationalisation, graduates from the MRes programme will have wider employment prospects such as electric power system engineers, electric power system consultants, electrical technology consultants, electric power project managers, sustainable cities and building design consultants, managers and team leaders in government.
Upper second class (2:1) honours
- 211 Project; Top 100 of 2018 Shanghai Ranking--75 per cent or above
- Non-211 project; Non-Top 100 of 2018 Shanghai ranking – 80- 85% per cent or above, depending on your Undergraduate institution
Note: Shanghai Ranking of The Best Chinese Universities is subject to an annual update
Chinese applicants are not required to take the MoE postgraduate entrance exam.
3.0 Cumulative GPA (out of 4) or 3.2 Cumulative GPA in the final two years of your undergraduate programme.
Equivalent academic qualifications.
An undergraduate degree (UK 2:1 or equivalent) in finance, accounting, economics, management, science or engineering.
English Language Requirements
Applicants who are not native speakers of English are expected to meet the following English language requirements:
- a minimum of 7.0 on the IELTS English language test, with no less than 6.5 on any individual component of the test;
- Or a minimum of 600 on the TOEFL paper test or 100 on the Internet-based TOEFL test.
Applicants may be required to attend interviews or tests to further demonstrate their English proficiency.
Chinese Language Requirements
Applicants who are not native speakers of Chinese are expected to meet the following Chinese language requirements:
- a minimum of level 5 in HSK (Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì) and TOCFL (Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language).
Applicants may be required to attend interviews or tests to further demonstrate their Chinese proficiency.
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