Part time Master's Degree in Energy

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A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Energy studies teach about how power demands are met. This may be through conventional means, or alternative energy sources such as wind and solar energy. Some programs might explore the development of new sources.

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Master in Ecotechnology & Sustainable Development

Mid Sweden University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Sweden Östersund

The programme give you skills to tackle questions about environment and development. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. Education for future jobs relevant to tackle questions about environment and development! New possibilities open up with skills from the International Master’s Programme in Ecotechnology and Sustainable Development. The programme provides you with a deeper knowledge about natural resource management from a systemic perspective. Focus is on moving society towards a sustainable development. In order to be successful when working with sustainable development, you must possess adequate knowledge and skills. The International Master’s Programme in Ecotechnology and Sustainable Development will provide you with knowledge related to environmental and natural resource questions from a sustainability point of view and from global, regional and local levels. These broad issues, which vary in relation to time, place, complexity and connectedness, are approached in an interdisciplinary and systemic way. The programme includes courses in both Environmental Science and Environmental Technology. Environmental Science focuses on knowledge about how natural resources and the environment form preconditions to create sustainable societal functions. Environmental Technology, on the other hand, focuses on the technology and technical systems from a sustainability perspective. This programme aims to develop your analytical and systemic thinking and thus to provide you with the ability to tackle complex problems. It will also provide you with an understanding of efficient natural resource usage. It also considers how knowledge referring to different systems and innovations, together with knowledge about societal control systems, can contribute towards sustainable development. You will learn how to handle advanced methodologies to identify and describe problems in order to arrive at reasonable solutions. Your multi-disciplinary ability will furthermore develop due to the design of the programme, which includes, for example, multidisciplinary thematic assignments. Within these projects you will be able to sharpen your ability to search for, analyse and use knowledge under qualified supervision. The programme aims to provide you with an insight into modern research and development within the field. ... [-]

Masters in Development Practice

Trinity College Dublin
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The two-year Masters in Development Practice encompasses an integrated theoretical and practical approach with multidisciplinary training in four “pillars”- health, natural, social, and management sciences. Eighteen core academic modules (link) provide rigorous training across the core pillars, complemented by masters level training in research design, methodology, and methods including training in leading edge quantitative... [+]

Masters in Development Practice Established in 2009 following recommendations from the International Commission on Education for Sustainable Development Practice, the Global Masters in Development Practice (MDP) is a world-leading and uniquely innovative interdisciplinary graduate degree programme that blends health, natural, social, and management sciences--combined with cross-sectoral field training and professional local and international work-based placements to better understand international development problems and best practices. The Dublin MDP is a member of this global network of Master’s in Development Practice, headquartered at Columbia University, New York, linking with over 30 universities and hundreds of partner organisations worldwide. The two-year Masters in Development Practice encompasses an integrated theoretical and practical approach with multidisciplinary training in four “pillars”- health, natural, social, and management sciences. Eighteen core academic modules (link) provide rigorous training across the core pillars, complemented by masters level training in research design, methodology, and methods including training in leading edge quantitative, qualitative, and digital tools and techniques. The programme includes four work-based placements (link) which provide hands-on practical experience for students, both in International Development NGOs and International Intergovernmental Organisations. This programme aims to create a new generation of development practitioners with the skills to implement and manage comprehensive approaches to sustainable and efficient development. The Dublin MDP is a joint degree led by the Trinity College Dublin (TCD) School of Natural Science and University College Dublin (UCD) School of Politics and International Relations, and delivered by staff from all faculties across the universities, in collaboration with leading scientific researchers, and national and international organisations with specialist skills. Course Modules The Dublin MDP it combines a range of teaching and learning approaches both in the seminar room and in the field. Students engage in a minimum of eighteen class-room based modules and four work-based placements to gain hands-on practical experience during the programme. Specialist skills are formed across a range of areas including research design and methods, development economics, global health, gender, climate change and climate justice, governance and politics and language training. Students engage with leading experts, practitioners, and academics both in the classroom and in the field. Students also produce a dissertation drawing upon research conducted during fieldwork modules. These have attracted attention from policy-makers, such as the Minister of Education in Rwanda. Year 1 Modules: Tropical Agriculture (Natural Sciences Pillar) Climate Justice, Human rights, & Development (Social Sciences) Economic Policy & Analysis I (Social Sciences) Economic Policy & Analysis II (Social Sciences) Irish NGO Placement (Management) Fieldwork 1 (Management) Global Health (Health Sciences) Global Classroom (Cross-Disciplinary) Research Design & Methods (Cross-Disciplinary) Year 2 Modules: Climate Change & Development (Natural Sciences Pillar) Science, Technology & Development (Natural Sciences Pillar) Globalization & African Development (Social Sciences) Governance, Politics & Development (Social Sciences) Post-Conflict Situations (Social Sciences) Gender & Development (Social Sciences) The UN Architecture: The MDGs & Beyond (Social Sciences) Impact Measurement in Development Aid (Cross-Disciplinary) Fieldwork 2 (Management) MDP Dissertation Entry Requirements, Applications and Closing Date Entry to the program will be based on competitive selection. Applications for admission are accepted from holders of first or upper-second class honors degrees (grade point average 3.5 equivalent) awarded by recognised universities and institutions, and recognised degree awarding bodies (e.g. NCEA, CNAA); holders of other degrees from recognised universities or degree granting institutions who have experienced at least three years of appropriate employment; holders of recognised professional qualifications obtained through examinations who have spent at least four years in study and who, in addition, have been employed for at least two years in the work of their profession; Applicants whose first language is not English must submit evidence of competency in English in a test administered by an institution independent of their own university (e.g. the British Council). [-]

Master of Energy Change (MEC)

The Australian National University | Science
Campus 2 years January 2017 Australia Canberra

The Master of Energy Change is an interdisciplinary coursework program that will allow you to develop a program of advanced learning suited to your individual interests, skills and aspirations in the area of energy change. <a href="http://www.anu.edu.au/students/program-administration/costs-fees" ></a> [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. A single two year graduate degree offered by the ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment The Master of Energy Change is an interdisciplinary coursework program that will allow you to develop a program of advanced learning suited to your individual interests, skills and aspirations in the area of energy change. A major key to addressing climate change is the need for a world-wide change to carbon-free forms of energy production. The need for energy change is well-established yet there are relatively few people with an effective overview or the multi-disciplinary skills needed to effectively contribute to this complex issue. Our graduates find work in government, policy, scientific research, development and aid organisations, multi-national companies, and many other exciting fields. Learning Outcomes On completion of the program, students will have the skills and knowledge to: Demonstrate cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, problems, concepts and theories relating to energy Apply multi-disciplinary approaches to address complex real-world energy-related problems Demonstrate a high level of technical knowledge in subjects relevant to energy and climate change. Communicate effectively with colleagues, other professionals and the broader community using a range of communication media and tools Demonstrate knowledge of research methods and carry out research in the area of energy, climate change and/or sustainability Research Strengths The ANU provides authoritative leadership in energy change research through a broad portfolio of major, internationally recognised fields of energy diversification, and by addressing key issues surrounding energy implementation. Research in Energy Change at ANU covers a complete spectrum from energy science, engineering, efficiency and technology, to implementation expertise in the economic, legal, sociological and policy issues surrounding Energy Change. This broad portfolio of research activity is unique in the country. For more details of our research activities, see http://energy.anu.edu.au/research Employment Opportunities The need for energy change is well-established yet there are relatively few people with an effective overview or the multi-disciplinary skills needed to effectively contribute to this complex issue. Depending on the area of study and specialisation, our graduates find work in government, policy, scientific research, development and aid organisations, multi-national companies, and many other exciting fields. This progressive program is also a pathway to more advanced study. Career Options ANU provides you with more choice for your entrance score by offering the new Flexible Double Degree program. The ANU Flexible Double Degree lets you build skills for your chosen career without forfeiting your passion. It's your choice to build a double degree partnership that suits your head and your heart.http://students.anu.edu.au/applications/ Further Information Students have the option of applying to transfer to the Master of Energy Change (Adv) and undertaking a 48 unit research project if they satisfy the following requirements: achieve a minimum 70% weighted average mark in the initial 48 units of coursework have the approval of an identified supervisor, and have completed compulsory courses in the Master of Energy Change (Advanced) Students who have completed 48 units and wish to exit the program have the option of transferring to graduate from a Graduate Diploma of Science. Students who have completed 24 units and wish to exit the program have the option of transferring to graduate from a Graduate Certificate of Science. Admission Requirements A Bachelor degree or international equivalent with an average mark of at least 70% and at least eight courses in cognate disciplines. All applicants must meet the University’s English Language Admission Requirements for Students. Applicants with a Bachelor degree or Graduate Certificate in a cognate discipline may be eligible for up to 24 units (1 semester full-time) of credit. Applicants with a Graduate Diploma or Honours in a cognate discipline may be eligible for up to 48 units (1 year full-time) of credit. Cognate disciplines Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Law, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Sociology Indicative fees Domestic students: $29,280.00 ... [-]

M.Sc. Water Resources Engineering

National University of Ireland Galway College of Engineering & Informatics
Campus 1 year September 2017 Ireland Galway

This programme will provide engineers with the technical competences to provide solutions to water security issues. Core modules will address technical aspects of water [+]

Big Challenges being addressed by this programme - Water security is a major concern facing humanity, engineers are the primary professionals tackling this issue. - Annually, more than 3.4 million people die from water related diseases - 1 in 9 people world-wide do not have access to safe and clean drinking water - 1 in 3 people world-wide are affected by water scarcity - Population growth and climate change will place significant stresses on global water resources - Flooding of both urban and rural areas is being exacerbated by climate change Programme objectives & purpose This programme will provide engineers with the technical competences to provide solutions to water security issues. Core modules will address technical aspects of water provision, water resource management and flood mitigation. A primary objective of the programme is to ensure that students have a thorough understanding of modern hydrological modelling tools. The programme has a strong emphasis on the design of hydrological systems, with students working in groups to solve real world problems. Graduates of this programme will be in a position to make significant contributions to solving water resource problems in both industry and academia worldwide. What’s special about CoEI/National University Ireland Galway in this area: - Water engineering has been taught at graduate level at NUIG for over 40 years. During this period students from over 50 countries have graduated from NUIG. - This MSc in Water Resources Engineering is a re-launch of NUI Galway’s International Postgraduate Hydrology Programme established by the late Prof Eamonn Nash. Many of the staff who lectured on the Hydrology Programme contribute to the current programme; so the recognised tradition of world-class teaching in water engineering at NUIG continues. - Currently NUIG staff are involved in large-scale funded research projects in water resources, facilitated by the world-class research facilities at NUIG. Programme Structure This is a 90ECTS programme It is a one full year programme, starting in September and finishing August The programme comprises of the following elements: - taught (core and elective) modules (55 ECTS) - integrated group design project (15 ECTS) - individual research project and thesis (30 ECTS). Programme Content Sample Core Modules: - Hydrology & Water Resources - Hydraulic Modelling - Design of Sustainable Environmental Systems Water Quality Modelling - Water Resources in Developing Countries Applied Field Hydrogeology - Advanced Fluid Mechanics Sample Elective Modules: - Computational Methods in Civil Engineering - Turbomachines & Advanced Fluid Dynamics - Environmental Economics - Engineering Finance - Project Management - Applied Statistics for Engineers - Environmental Impact Assessment - Global Climate Change Opportunity for number of Industrial & Research internships. Students enrolled on this programme will have an opportunity to apply for a one-year post-graduation internship in either a related industry or research group in Ireland. Scholarships A number of scholarships are being made available by the College of Engineering and Informatics to non-EU students registered on these MSc programmes. Each scholarship will be valued at €2,500 and will be awarded to successful candidates based on the submission of a personal statement and CV to the College.    A number of industry sponsored Scholarships will also be available, each to the value of €2,500. The College of Engineering and Informatics will also award the Nash Scholarship in Water Resource Engineering. This is in memory of our deceased colleague, Eamonn Nash who was our Professor of Engineering Hydrology for many years, and was a well-known in the international engineering community. The “Nash cascade” and “NashSutcliffe coefficient” were named after him, and these still feature in scholarly publications. Over four hundred senior hydrologists throughout the world received their post-graduate hydrological education at this University. Entry Requirements: Minimum entry requirement is a Second Class Honours Grade 1 in Civil / Environmental Engineering or equivalent. Applications from candidates from cognate disciplines will be considered on a case-by-case basis. How to apply Applications are made online via the Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC). The PAC code for this program is GYE23. [-]

Master's in Sustainable Energy

Hamad bin Khalifa University
Campus September 2017 Qatar Doha

The HBKU Sustainable Energy master’s program provide students with extensive knowledge in topics related to sustainable energy and the impact urbanization, transportation and manufacturing have on energy sustainability. The programs also looks at the implications and drivers of sustainable policymaking on society, the economy and the environment. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. Master's in Sustainable Energy The HBKU Sustainable Energy master’s and Ph.D. programs provide students with extensive knowledge in topics related to sustainable energy and the impact urbanization, transportation and manufacturing have on energy sustainability. The programs also looks at the implications and drivers of sustainable policymaking on society, the economy and the environment. A key component for both degrees is original, guided research in energy science and technologies that support sustainable development. The multidisciplinary approach to the curricula allows for engagement in cross-disciplinary science and builds fundamental knowledge that evolves with the developments within the energy field, equipping graduates with the tools needed to pursue a wide variety of career. Admissions requirements Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree relevant to this program, which typically includes science and engineering. Additionally, backgrounds in economic, business, policy, and social sciences will be considered. Applicants should demonstrate strong evidence supporting the prospect that they will become successful researchers and professionals. These include excellent performance in relevant coursework, past research results if any, and strong recommendation letters. Applicants with prior research experience are preferred. Applicants are required to take the IELTS or TOEFL exam in order to demonstrate their proficiency in English. Applicants who are fluent in English may be exempt from this requirement. While not required for the master’s programs the GRE exam is recommended and will strengthen an applicant’s submission. Applicants coming from an economics, policy and other social science background may submit results of the GMAT exam as an alternative to the GRE. All applications are reviewed by the HBKU Sustainability Division Master’s/Ph.D. Graduate Advisory Committee (GAC), who will make the final decision regarding admission. [-]

European Master in Renewable Energy

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus 3 semesters September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

The European Master in Renewable Energy is a programme offered at the School of Engineering of Hanze UAS in cooperation with EUREC, aimed at training post-graduate students to fill the gap between growing industry demand for specialised renewable energy expertise and the skills currently available on the job market. [+]

European Master in Renewable Energy: www.hanzegroningen.eu/mre * Tuition fees: EU/EEA: € 2,006 (per year)/ NON-EU/EEA: € 11,500 (full tuition fee). However, an EU student already holding a Dutch master's degree will pay €7,300, for the full programme. ​​​​Within the rapidly expanding European renewable energy industry, an urgent demand exists for more post-graduate trained staff specialised in renewable energy technology. Together with leading European Universities, EUREC has developed the European Master in Renewable Energy. Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS), became member of the EUREC consortium and started this master programme in September 2012. Order our brochure now, or sign up for the open day.​ The aim of the European Master in Renewable Energy is to train post-graduate students to fill the gap between the growing industry demand for specialised renewable energy expertise and the skills currently available on the job market. By structuring the course in three sections, students are guaranteed to spend time in at least two different EU countries and make contact with a wide range of European universities and companies involved in the renewable energy sector. The participating universities are all well-established in training and research and recognised internationally for their work in the field of renewable energy technology. ​ Programme overview Core The first semester the student will acquire a solid foundation in key renewable energy technologies and the socio-economic issues related to these. For the core the student can choose one of the following universities: Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands (English) Ecole des Mines de Paris, France (French) Zaragoza University, Spain (Spanish) Loughborough University, UK (English) Oldenburg Un iversity, Germany (English) Semester 2 - Specialisation The second semester will give students the opportunity to specialise in a chosen technology. The specialisations are taught in English. For the specialisation there are the following options: Sustainable Fuel Systems for Mobility Photovoltaics Wind Energy Grid Integration Solar Thermal Ocean Energy Thesis In the third semester each student will conduct a 6 month research project in a company or a research centre. This is done under supervision of a professor of the core, a professor of the specialisation and a supervisor from the project provider. For your final thesis placement it is possible to apply for an Erasmus placement grant. For general information about the Erasmus LLL programme, you can read this page. The participating universities are all well-established in training and research as well as being recognised at an international level for their work in the field of renewable energy technology. [-]

Master Biomass and Waste for Energy and Materials (BiWEM)

Ecole Des Mines D’Albi-Carmaux | EMAC
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Albi

The objectives of BiWEM are to provide students with a sound theoretical and practical specialised knowledge in the field of biomass and waste processing. Students in the program will acquire the ability to design economically viable biological or thermochemical processes for the conversion of biomass and waste into new materials or energy carriers, within a sustainable development frame. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. ACCREDITATION Master accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. Opening in September 2016. KEY WORDS Renewable feedstocks, eco-technology, processing, design, assessment, environmental burdens, green business, social responsability SCHOOL PROPOSING THE MASTER Mines Albi, in co-accreditation with Institut Mines Telecom, Paris, France LANGUAGE OF TEACHING English INCENTIVE Given the current context of natural resource depletion, environmental and public health crises related to air and water pollution, pressures on energy supplies, we are facing a paradigm shift. The linear model “take, make, consume and dispose” is progressively being replaced by a 4R approach “repair, refurbish, reuse and recycle”. The circular economy is becoming day after day a new development strategy for nations. Better eco-design, waste prevention and reuse bring significant net savings for businesses, while also reducing environmental harm and bringing new job opportunities. Turning biomass and waste into a valuable resource is at the heart of this strategy. Generating new materials, processes and markets requires global high-level training, including science, technology, regulatory knowledge, management and economics. All these innovative systems will emerge at the crossroads of process engineering, chemistry, fluid mechanics, thermal science, environmental sciences and economics as well as social sciences and humanities. BiWEM was created to satisfy the growing needs of this dynamic sector. COURSE AIMS The objectives of BiWEM are to provide students with a sound theoretical and practical specialised knowledge in the field of biomass and waste processing. Students in the program will acquire the ability to design economically viable biological or thermochemical processes for the conversion of biomass and waste into new materials or energy carriers, within a sustainable development frame. Consequently, BiWEM focus on chemical engineering but also includes courses on economics, international regulations and on certain areas of the social sciences and humanities. PROGRAM This is a full-time program of 2 years divided into four semesters: lectures, tutorials and practical work over the 3 academic semesters followed by an internship of one semester in a company or in a public research lab. The program is composed of four teaching blocks, including an integrated team project over the three academic semesters under the supervision of expert practitioners. Overall, 25% of the classes are devoted to practice. 1. Environmental and social economic issues (25 ECTS) Ethics, management and economics of the environment Corporate social responsibility Ecotechnologies and innovation Global environmental business 2. Fundamental science and generic engineering tools (21 ECTS) Fundamentals of transport phenomena, applied chemistry, biochemistry, metabolic pathways Generic numerical and experimental methods for process optimization and engineering Process modeling, integration and assessment 3. Fundamentals for renewable resource conversion (22 ECTS) Resource availability, collection and sustainability Biomass and waste pre-processing Fundamentals of biological and thermochemical reactor design Gas and solid coproducts post-processing 4. Putting theoretical concepts into practice (22 ECTS) Industrial visits Industrially-relevant project work, sponsored by industrial partners: Environmental-friendly design of an economically viable processing route for turning waste or biomass into energy, chemical or useful material. CALENDAR One intake per year (mid-September). - Year 1: Two academic semesters at Mines Albi. - Year 2: One academic semester at Mines Albi + a 6-month MSc thesis, in France or abroad. LOCATION The 3 academic semesters will be held on the Mines Albi campus. Albi is located 70 km from Toulouse, the capital city of the French southwestern Midi Pyrénées Region, which is ranked among the 12 most dynamic European Regions. The city of Albi is part of the UNESCO’s World Heritage. ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Participants must hold a Bachelor of Science or Engineering degree. The program is a complete education in chemical engineering therefore admissions are open to candidates from various fields of study (preferentially Chem Eng but also Mech Eng, Civil Eng, Clean Tech...) with little or no professional experience. Participants with some industrial experience are also welcome. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS English Mother tongue or Bachelor degree taught in English or English language qualification such as TOEFL IBT 80, IELTS 6.0, TOEIC 750, Cambridge CAE. French No prerequisite in French, but TEF II or equivalent may be required to obtain a visa. APPLYING All applications should be made on-line: www.mines-albi.fr/admission-process-master-science. Applications are open from January to July each year. HIGHLIGHTS Program boosted by the research department RAPSODEE CNRS UMR 5302 having an outstanding international recognition. This centre has been granted by the French government as a research centre of excellence in Science for Energy Conversion (under Labex and Equipex funding schemes). This label is given to only 10% of research labs in France. RAPSODEE has also developed and hosts the Springer peer-reviewed journal “Waste and Biomass Valorization” and the WasteEng Conferences Series. Strong interaction with industry through conferences, practices and visits. RAPSODEE works closely with more than 50 companies (€ 2 Million income in corporate research/year), including world leaders in the field of Energy and Environment. Good grounding in a core set of engineering competencies. In-depth knowledge of the key cross-cutting methods associated with process design and integration. Access to impressive and up-to-date on-site pilot-scale facilities. Opportunity to undertake an industrially-relevant project, sponsored by companies, and to develop a sense of decision-making in the field of Waste and Biomass Valorization to face tomorrow’s challenges. 6-month MSc thesis in industry or in a public research lab. Opportunity to build up a well-established international network of contacts. Master taught entirely in English and in small group. Free French language courses. A quality charter to welcome international students to the Mines Albi international campus. SKILLS ACQUIRED Ability to use experimental and numerical methods for process conceptual and detailed design, optimisation and assessment. Ability to think green, preferably with a circular economy mind-set. Ability to understand, analyse and manage complex systems. Ability to recommend strategies to meet business and ecological goals. Ability to undertake socially responsible innovative industrial projects. Ability to work well with others, across culture and disciplines. Ability to present convincingly and argue a case in front of an audience, write reports, publications and short communications. TYPICAL JOBS R&D Engineer Junior Project Engineer Process Engineer Design Engineer Exploitation engineer Environmental consultant [-]

Executive Master of Management in Energy

BI Norwegian Business School
Online & Campus Combined Part time 18 months March 2017 Norway Oslo

A programme designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of key energy issues and improve your analytical and managerial skills. [+]

A programme designed to develop your comprehensive understanding of key energy issues and improve your analytical and managerial skills. Empowering managers to recharge the energy industry Faster than ever before economic and political changes ripple through the energy business environment. Within this changing landscape, successful energy managers need a bird's eye view of the entire energy value chain. Leaders must understand the interests and constraints of multiple stakeholders – governments, partners, companies and contractors, capital markets, NGOs - as they navigate in the constantly evolving global energy map for both fossile fuels and for the renewables. The global focus of the industry reflects the structure of this programme. This is done by combining Norway’s world class management knowledge in energy governance and business in oil, gas and electricity sectors, with France’s leading energy technology knowledge. The Executive Master of Management in Energy has brought together the expertise of two leading institutions in the field of energy management. The collaborative effort between BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo/Stavanger and IFP School in Paris has given participants a global and strategic perspective on the energy industry. The programme is currently being redesigned to adapt to the changes in the energy markets. This means that the programme will be offered first in 2017. An alternative Energy programme offered at BI Norwegian Business School The Executive MBA Programme with specialization in energy, will be run as planned in 2016. Start up is 31st March. If you are interested in considering the programme, we will be pleased to give you more information and answer your questions. Do not hesitate to contact us at: energy@bi.no. [-]

M.Plan. in Urban Design, Sustainability and Conservation

Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology
Campus 2 years July 2017 India Bangalore

The Master of Planning in Urban Design, Sustainability, and Conservation, prepares students with the knowledge and skills to understand and analyze urban areas as spatial structures, social networks, cultural landscapes, and service systems, and to design better, and more inclusive and sustainable urban environments responsive to the particular natural and cultural identities and heritage of the place. This course invites students to engage with cities in a multidisciplinary way to propose local solutions to global issues like climate change and migration, and to protect heritage values. It offers a multi disciplinary approach to urban design and conservation that critically engages with ideas of sustainability and resilience, urban and regional, and development and community. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. M.Plan. in Urban Design, Sustainability and Conservation From small neighborhoods to large metropolitan centers, urban areas in India today are in a state of rapid growth and transformation. Rapid urbanization and relentless globalization threaten to erode, diminish, and erase the cultural heritage (tangible and intangible) along with irreparable destruction to the natural environment of places. We believe that a deeper understanding and engagement with the cultural heritage and natural environment and ecology of particular locales will lead to creative and innovative strategies to protect heritage values while reaching for inclusive and sustainable goals in the design of urban landscapes. The Master of Planning in Urban Design, Sustainability, and Conservation, prepares students with the knowledge and skills to understand and analyze urban areas as spatial structures, social networks, cultural landscapes, and service systems, and to design better, and more inclusive and sustainable urban environments responsive to the particular natural and cultural identities and heritage of the place. This course invites students to engage with cities in a multidisciplinary way to propose local solutions to global issues like climate change and migration, and to protect heritage values. It offers a multi disciplinary approach to urban design and conservation that critically engages with ideas of sustainability and resilience, urban and regional, and development and community. The course is a program of the UNESCO Chair in Culture, Habitat, and Sustainable Development at Srishti. As such, students will gain familiarity with international (and national) norms and standards in heritage management including the World Heritage Convention. They will also explore new approaches to managing and designing with heritage to benefit local communities, plan better places, and nurture cultural entrepreneurship compatible with heritage values of particular places Cycle Project workshop organized by Srishti and Premsela as part of the DutchDFA program. Disciplines The M.Plan. in Urban Design, Sustainability, and Conservation is informed by the following learning disciplines: Architecture and Urban Design Cultural Studies Ecology and Environment Heritage Conservation Research – Art and Design Urban and Regional Planning LeNS (Learning Network on Sustainability) India Team working on the long-term goals – Visioning Session of LeNS India. Research and Collaboration Students have opportunities to work within the academic structures and/or work across the following centers and labs: Bangalore Human Sciences Initiatives (BHSI) Center for Public History (CPH) Design+Environment+Law Laboratory (DEL Laboratory) Learning Networks on Sustainability (LeNS)-India Srishti Films The Kabir Project UNESCO Chair at Srishti While for most respondents the concept of a board game was novel, the game has a potential for communicating the FRA given the pre-requisites – Arpitha Kodiveri, ROOTS Project, Photo Courtesy: DEL Laboratory. Key Values Cultural and natural heritage are valuable non-renewable resources Cultural and natural heritage make places more livable. Cultural and natural heritage form the identity of a place Design and planning to respond to local context is more sustainable Course Structure Studios encourage active, contextual learning where students develop core disciplinary skills and knowledge. Studios facilitate collaborative and creative design solutions to complex, open-ended problems Workshops provide intense learning experiences in making and doing, across the different disciplines. Internship with an industry or a design studio is compulsory for students at the end of 1st year for M.Des. Self Initiated Project is an end of the semester challenge that allows the student to engage in research / enquiry or design based projects. Students begin by writing their project proposal and defining the scope of their project and they are mentored by faculty / design professionals. Electives are liberal arts courses aimed to cultivate intellectual and reflective abilities in students and motivate them to probe deeper and approach their design process in a holistic manner. Capstone Project is the culmination of the research, capabilities and knowledge gained over the last three semesters. Students are required to submit their design output and a mandated thesis document. Students are mentored during this final project and go through seminars to get feedback from faculty and peer groups Student in a course on mapping places using GIS, course facilitators – HS Sudhira and Shweta Dange, Course: Making Places. Capabilities On successful completion of the course, graduates will have a specialization in urban design and planning that is culturally and environmentally sustainable Further, students would acquire the following capabilities: Knowledge and Understanding: Conceptual clarity around what is urban sustainability, cultural heritage and natural environment and why heritage contributes to better urban environments An understanding of key international norms and standards around protection and management of cultural and natural heritage Communication Skills: Familiarity with professional writing such as grants proposals and reports GIS and spatial data survey and mapping; 3-D visualization Specific heritage related skills such as inventorying and assessment of threats, mapping, and community study Practitioner Skills: Understanding of how to design and plan places at different urban scales while also nurturing and protecting heritage. Ability to plan and design in a participatory with as part of a multidisciplinary group and with local community. Opportunities The M.Plan. in Urban Design and Sustainability would open up the following opportunities to successful graduates: Enhanced employment opportunities with specialization and refinement in heritage compatible design, urban design, and sustainability design in a variety of creative professional practices such as planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, and housing design. Employment in research and development organizations, NGOs & social enterprises working in any field of built environment, cities, heritage, sustainability and resilience. Employment with museums and galleries Become a design and planning entrepreneur Become an academic in a design program [-]

Master of Engineering Science (Petroleum Engineering)

Curtin University
Campus 2 years February 2017 Australia Bentley

This comprehensive course will provide you with a multidisciplinary education and hands-on training in petroleum engineering. [+]

Master of Engineering Science (Petroleum Engineering) This comprehensive course will provide you with a multidisciplinary education and hands-on training in petroleum engineering. You will cover a wide variety of subjects central to the petroleum engineering field, including applied geology and geophysics, drilling and reservoir engineering, hydrocarbon phase behaviour, formation evaluation, petroleum economics and project management. In your final semester you will complete an individual research project and develop a thesis under the guidance of one of our highly experienced staff. To assist your studies, we will provide you with access to top of the range computer hardware and software, and the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ online information library. Professional recognition Students may apply for student membership of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (U.S). Upon graduation you may apply for active membership of the society. Career opportunities There is a strong demand for qualified petroleum engineers in the oil and gas industry, both within Australia and internationally. Our graduates have found work as fully qualified petroleum engineers in the upstream oil and gas industry. Credit for previous study Applications for recognition of prior learning are assessed on an individual basis. Australian & NZ students ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: An honours degree or equivalent in a relevant engineering or science discipline including at least first year university level subjects in both physics and calculus. Candidates with degrees in other disciplines may be considered where they have relevant work experience. WHERE: Bentley WHEN: February HOW: Full-time STUDY: On-campus DURATION: Expected completion: 2 years International students 2015 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Minimum English language entry requirements: IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM) Writing 6.0 Speaking 6.0 Reading 6.0 Listening 6.0 Overall band score 6.5 Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English Academic: 58 WHERE: Bentley WHEN: February HOW: Full-time STUDY: On-campus DURATION: 2 years full-time [-]

Master in Science and Materials of Solar Energy

National University of Science and Technology MISiS
Campus 2 years October 2017 Russia Moscow

This two-year Master’s program taught in English is designed create an integral understanding of modern technologies used in solar energy research and development, industrial production of modern solar cells, panels and systems. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. The two-year Master’s program Science and Materials of Solar Energy is designed create an integral understanding of modern technologies used in solar energy research and development, industrial production of modern solar cells, panels and systems. The main aim of the program is to prepare highly-qualified personnel capable of working in both research laboratories and the industrial sector, equipped with theoretical and practical knowledge and analytical and problem solving skills in the field of Solar Energy. The program provides necessary skills for development and modernization of the Renewable Energy sector by means of innovative solutions and deployment of new materials and technologies. It also prepares students for work in industrial, research and development companies, and laboratories, developing energy-efficient and environmentally friendly solutions to local and global problems. Successful completion of the course provides the student with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge of various types and constructions of solar cells as well as production techniques and processes deployed by the micro and nano-electronics industries. The student gains knowledge about general fundamentals of material science, physical and chemical properties of materials used in electronics industry. The student is also provided with knowledge about the wide spectrum of applications and qualities of new materials and structures designed at the nano-scale. In addition to theoretical and practical knowledge of the main discipline, the student has access to the optional independent research projects and courses, which allows widening the spectrum of professional knowledge and skills in the area of innovative technology. These include Methods of structure research (provides understanding of how to choose the optimal method for a solution of a given research task) Fundamentals of solid state physics (describes internal processes in materials) Fundamentals of electronics (provides understanding of functions of fundamental elements of electronics systems on a micro level, circuit design, circuit characterization parameter control) Fundamentals of quantum physics Admission Admission to International Master’s Programs at MISiS is open to both Russian and international students. Given that all classes will be conducted in English, we recommend that nonnative speakers of English achieve a TOEFL score of at least 525 (paper based) or 200 (computer based) prior to admission. To apply for a two-year Master’s program at MISiS, the applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Upon the completion of the program of study at MISiS, the applicant will receive a Russian State diploma and a European Diploma Supplement. Admission Deadline The deadline to submit the application for Fall 2017 is 10 May 2017.... [-]

Master of Finance (Financial Economics in Energy and Environment)

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Faculty of Business
Campus 1 - 2 years September 2017 Hong Kong

The Master of Finance (Financial Economics in Energy and Environment) (MoF-EEE) programme is suitable for degree graduates, particularly those with no or little work experience, who would like to specialize in the energy and environment areas of the financial industry. This specialism is built on solid economics and finance foundations and provides students with up-to-date business and financial information on the development of energy and environment markets. [+]

Master of Finance - Financial Economics in Energy and Environment (EEE)

The Master of Finance – Financial Economics in Energy and Environment (FT MoF-EEE) programme is suitable for degree graduates, particularly those with no or little work experience, who would like to specialize in the energy and environment areas of the financial industry. This specialism is built on solid economics and finance foundations and provides students with up-to-date business and financial information on the development of energy and environment markets.

Programme Outcomes

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Master in Renewable, Thermal and Power Engineering

National Research University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Russia Moscow

National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute” provides Master Degree in Renewable, Thermal and Power Engineering according to Russian State Educational Standard [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute” provides Master Degree in Renewable, Thermal and Power Engineering according to Russian State Educational Standard in the following directions: - Electric Power Engineering and Electrical Engineering - Thermal Power Engineering and Heat Engineering - Nuclear Power Engineering and Thermophysics - Power Engineering Machinery - Mechatronics and Robotics - Applied Mechanics WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE MPEI MPEI students have a chance to study at one of the most prestigious universities of Russia according to numerous rankings and surveys. For more than eighty years of history MPEI have trained a huge number of the qualified engineers, prominent scientists who were standing at the origins of many technical achievements, in particular, of laser creation. At MPEI the Nobel Prize winners A.D. Sakharov and P.A. Cherenkov worked in different periods. In the 20th century in the Special Design Bureau of MPEI, which possesses its own Center of Deep Space Communication, radio images of the Venus surface and a reverse side of the Moon were obtained for the first time. Among the most famous graduates of MPEI there are the ex-Chairman of the State Council of China Li Peng and the ex-President of Romania Ion Iliescu, Ministers of Engineering and heads of the engineering companies of many countries of the world. MPEI partners in science and education include about 140 foreign universities, and such well-known companies like ABB, Siemens, Schneider Electric, EPRI, Skoda, Samsung and others. Getting the unique training in any chosen field, MPEI graduates never have problems with subsequent employment and realize themselves in any chosen spheres. LANGUAGE OF EDUCATION Training is organized in Russian language. Those students who need to learn Russian are invited to MPEI Preliminary course which provides training of Russian language during 1 academic year. ACCOMMODATION CONDITIONS MPEI foreign students are provided with accommodation in MPEI hostel. The hostel under security surveillance has two-room blocks with a bathroom and a toilet in each block. Rooms are for two or three persons. There are also hostels of corridor type with double rooms. Rooms are equipped with furniture, bed linen is also included. On each floor of a hostel there is a common kitchen and a restroom. Internet connection can be provided for additional fee. In MPEI campus there are additional services like laundry, shops, repair offices, post-office, cultural centers, cafes and restaurants, etc. Accommodation fee is about 100 USD per month. INSURANCE All foreign students must have medical insurance for the whole period of education. MPEI works with insurance company which provides the most comprehensive insurance at a rate of 200 USD per year. [-]

Masters of Management in Energy

A. B. Freeman School of Business
Campus 10 months September 2017 USA New Orleans

The curriculum was developed by faculty who specialize in energy and by industry professionals who work with our faculty and recruit our students. [+]

Masters of Management in Energy Program Overview The Master of Management in Energy program (MME) is a 10 month full time program beginning each July. Ideal candidates have solid academic backgrounds in quantitative majors such as accounting, business, computer science, economics, engineering, finance, mathematics, or sciences. The curriculum was developed by faculty who specialize in energy and by industry professionals who work with our faculty and recruit our students. Specialized courses include energy accounting, energy data analysis, energy economics, energy investment banking, energy modeling, energy portfolio management, energy risk management, energy strategy, and energy trading. The energy and finance courses are taught in our $3 million dollar trading center that is equipped with industry-leading technology, data bases, and trading software from Trading Technologies, Thompson Reuters, MorningStar, MathWorks, and 1Derrick. Graduates of the program are prepared to pursue career opportunities with energy companies, banks, trading organizations, utilities, ISOs, financial services and consulting firms, and regulatory agencies. Curriculum The curriculum has been designed by a team of faculty members who teach in the program and by industry professionals, who work with our faculty and recruit our students. Courses are delivered in sequence for maximum career development. The faculty integrates energy topics into courses through energy industry examples, state-of-the-art applications, leading-edge data bases, projects, and cases. The program begins with an intensive summer session that provides an introduction to the energy industry and focuses on sharpening computing and financial modeling skills. The fall semester strengthens core quantitative skills while broadening the perspective on the energy industry. Spring schedules are heavy with advanced energy courses that emphasize expertise and job-ready skills. Total Semester Credit Hours 36 Prerequisites (online prep courses) Financial Accounting Financial Management Summer Session Orientation, Career Development Workshops, and Field Trips Introduction to Energy (3) Energy Modeling (3) Excel/VBA Lab (0) Fall Energy Data Analysis (3) Energy and Environmental Economics (3) Energy Fundamentals and Trading (3) Energy Accounting (3) Approved Graduate Electives (3) Spring Energy Risk Management (3) Energy Strategy Capstone (3) Approved Graduate Electives (9) [-]

MSc in Energy Management

ESCP Europe Business School
Campus 18 months September 2017 France Paris United Kingdom London + 1 more

The MSc in Energy Management (MEM) at ESCP Europe is an 18-month, full-time postgraduate programme for those aiming towards a career in the energy sector. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Energy 2017. The MSc in Energy Management (MEM) at ESCP Europe is an 18-month, full-time postgraduate programme for those aiming towards a career in the energy sector. Taught in English at our London and Paris campuses and including an optional one-week seminar in the United States of America (Washington,DC and Houston, TX), the MEM is delivered by a world renowned faculty and specially selected industry practitioners. The MEM's objective is to help students understand the energy business environment and its fundamental economic and technological concepts. Participants will gain the ability to develop and implement strategies to address major issues in energy regulation and policy, as well as strengthening their ability to live and work in a highly multicultural and international environment. Key Features The MSc in Energy Management programme aims to give students an integrated view of the various, industry-specific issues in order to cope with its complexity, thereby enabling them to deal effectively with the dramatic changes taking place. With that in mind, the MEM offers the opportunity to: Understand the energy business environment and its fundamental economic and technological concepts. Gain the ability to develop and implement strategies to address major issues in energy regulation and policy. Develop in-depth knowledge of energy technologies, industries and markets. Strengthen your ability to live and work in a highly multicultural and international environment. Broaden your horizons by studying alongside students from a vast range of backgrounds, such as business management, economics, engineering and social sciences. Prepare to take on major responsibilities in tomorrow's economic environment by developing a personal vision of the globalised economy. Develop a thorough and practical approach to managerial issues and resources related to the energy industry. What you study The MEM curriculum is designed to fulfil three main objectives: General Management: Develop your general management skills by focusing on energy-related case studies. Energy Fundamentals: Acquire essential energy industry specific knowledge (energy technologies, market mechanisms and policies). Managerial Challenges for Energy Firms: Develop the skills needed to cope with the strategic and managerial challenges energy companies and institutions are facing. Where you study The MSc in Energy Management offers its students the unique opportunity to study in two of the most vibrant cities in the world: London and Paris. Six months of the programme are spent at the London campus. Situated in the northwest of the city, our UK base in West Hampstead offers modern facilities in beautiful Victorian building. The two nearest tube stations offer a fast route into the city centre and onward to the financial district; meanwhile West Hampstead provides a tranquil village feel with restaurants, shops and bars right on our doorstep. The final three months of lectures take place at our campus in Paris. As the founding campus of ESCP Europe, this is the biggest and busiest of all our locations. There are more than 50 active student clubs and societies to join, as well as the vast range of cultural spots that Paris offers only a short Metro ride away. While the MEM is taught entirely in English, studying in Paris offers a great opportunity to brush up on your French and add a valuable language skill to your portfolio. The programme includes an optional, one-week international seminar in the USA. Admissions Admission Requirements To be eligible you must have completed your higher education to a level equivalent to a Bachelor degree in any discipline. Honours degrees are preferred (2:1 or international equivalent). The MEM does not require any previous knowledge of the energy sector. However, candidates must have at least one year of work experience (internships included; any industry acceptable - does not need to be energy-related). Fluency in English is necessary. For non-native English speakers, we require the following minimum scores: TOEFL written test: 600 TOEFL IBT: 100 TOEFL computer-based: 250 IELTS: band 7 Please note that we do not accept TOEIC scores. If you are a non-native English speaker who has previously studied or worked for more than two years in an English-speaking country, you are exempt from providing a TOEFL or IELTS score. You will, however, have to be assessed by the selection committee during your admission interview. Visa Requirements As with all ESCP Europe's programmes, multi-campus study is an important and compulsory part of completing the MSc in Energy Management. It is vital all students have the relevant visas. ESCP Europe takes no responsibility for any student's failure to obtain these documents. Calendar The MSc in Energy Management begins every September. The application process operates on a rolling deadline system from November to August. To find out more about the MSc in Energy Management and how to apply, please visit our website. [-]