find your perfect postgrad program
Search our Database of 30,000 Courses

University of Strathclyde: Renewable Energy and Decarbonisation Technologies

Institution University of Strathclyde View institution profile
Department Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Telephone +44 (0)141 574 5484
Study type Taught


The MSc Renewable Energy & Decarbonisation Technologies course aims to provide students with detailed knowledge of the technology required to ensure future energy transition in industry. It will give both a theoretical and practical grounding for future managers and engineers of energy-based projects. Where possible, the final individual project is carried out in industry, providing an opportunity for personal research and giving a deeper insight into particular energy transition future.

This programme will provide a solid basis for future engineers entering the energy transition industries. It will focus on the challenging problems related to industry decarbonisation, state-of-the-art technologies and future technologies that will support this process on a significant scale.

Master of Science - MSc (PG)

Continue your student journey with the University of Strathclyde

Masters and Taught Courses in Scotland 

Founded in 1796 as 'a place of useful learning', the University of Strathclyde has around 30,000 students from more than 140 nations. A leading international technological university, we are located in the heart of Glasgow - one of the UK’s largest cities.

We have been delivering academic excellence through world-class research and teaching, providing students with flexible, innovative learning in preparation for their chosen career path for more than 200 years.

The University has been awarded Scottish University of the Year 2024, and UK University …

View Profile

Not what you are looking for?

Browse other courses in Electrical engineering or Energy studies, or search our comprehensive database of postgrad programs.

Postgraduate Bursary Opportunity with

Are you studying as a PG student at the moment or have you recently been accepted on a postgraduate program? Apply now for one of our £2000 PGS bursaries.

Click here