MSc Carbon Capture and Storage

Course Location Cranfield University, Bedfordshire
Cost £9,000
Type of course in situ
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Course provider Cranfield University
Available dates for this course

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It is widely accepted that greenhouse gases, mainly carbon dioxide produced from burning fossil fuels, are the main contributors to climate change. Fossil fuels currently satisfy approximately 85% of global energy demand. Despite significant efforts to increase energy production from renewable sources, fossil fuels are predicted to continue playing a major role in future energy supply. To mitigate climate change while meeting energy demand, the UK and other developed countries have set ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions through carbon capture and storage (CCS).

The MSc in Carbon Capture and Storage has been developed to meet the demand for well-qualified engineers and researchers needed to design, construct and operate carbon capture facilities for fossil fuel-fired power plants and transport networks in the future.

The course is suitable for engineering or applied science graduates who wish to specialise in the technical and managerial aspects of carbon capture and transport systems.

Start date:
Full time – October
Part time - All year round (study over 2-5 years)

To apply or for more information please contact:
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T: +44 (0)1234 758008
E: enquiries@cranfield.ac.uk

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