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Renewable Energy and Power Systems Management MSc

Renewable Energy and Power Systems Management MSc

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Full time | Northampton Square | 1 year | 02-OCT-23

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Full time


1 year

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Key information

Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Renewable Energy Resources Energy Engineering

Course type


Course Summary

Key information

This programme will give you an in-depth insight into the technical workings, management and economics of the electrical power industry. Building on your undergraduate degree your MSc will give you the opportunity to pursue a variety of roles across the energy sector.

Course overview

Benefits of this course

The benefits of this Masters in Renewable Energy course are wide and varied and will help progress your future career.

This programme has been designed to meet the industrial demand for the training and education of both existing and future engineers in the advanced concepts of sustainable electrical power and energy generation.

Your course aims to give you a broad insight into the design, regulation and management of power systems. You’ll learn about supply chain management, power electronics and energy management.

The knowledge and skills you’ll acquire on this MSc will open up many career opportunities across the sector in both technical and management roles.

Who is this course for?

You’ll be a practising engineer or considering engineering as your career.

The aim of this MSc is to produce graduates of a high calibre who can lead teams involved in the operation, control, design and management of power systems.


The course is course is accredited by The Institution of Engineering and Technology.


Graduates with this degree are in high demand across a variety of positions in the power industry from technical to management roles.

This MSc will prepare you for career as an engineer, manager and analyst in the power sector, with companies such as:

  • National Grid
  • UK Power Networks
  • EON
  • EDF
  • Vattenfall
  • Caterpillar
  • Railroad.

As a graduate of this course, you may also want to further your research in the energy field by considering a PhD.


This module will provide you with knowledge of two types of power systems analysis software: NEPLAN and DigSILENT. You will explore significant power systems problems, including short circuit analysis, feeder load scaling, transient analysis, and distributed generation connection.

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Entry requirements

To apply for this course, you should hold a Bachelor's degree with lower second-class honours or the overseas equivalent in electrical and electronic engineering. Other engineering degrees may be considered, provided you have studied some electrical and/or electronics content on your course.

University information

City, University of London is a leading UK institution, offering an innovative programme of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses which uphold the university’s commitment to enhance people’s lives through education. City is a research-driven university and has around 21,000 enrolled students, of which 45% are studying postgraduate qualifications. The university community is a diverse and international population home to students from...more

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