MSc Energy Supply for Low Carbon Futures

Course Location Cranfield, Bedfordshire
Cost £9,000
Type of course in situ
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Course provider Cranfield University
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Energy is recognised as fundamental to virtually every product and service in use in modern lifestyles. Modern society has developed a dependence on abundant, cheap and ultimately polluting fossil fuel technologies. However, evidence suggests that production from conventional oil resources has already peaked, and that, at current usage rates, similar peaks will occur in the foreseeable future for natural gas and coal.

It is clear that investment in, and support for, energy production from renewable sources from clean fossil fuel sources with carbon capture and storage, and from nuclear power, must significantly increase to provide an affordable and balanced portfolio of energy supply to satisfy modern society’s needs.

The MSc in Energy Supply for Low Carbon Futures develops professional engineers and scientists able to respond to the urgent need to achieve more sustainable futures for human society and address the key concerns of energy security, carbon emissions and climate change, energy pricing and affordability, to meet the UK Government’s ambitious target of 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Funding available:
Scholarships, covering UK fees plus up to 9k towards living costs
Conditions apply details on application

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

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

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