Applications for Taught Postgraduate Programmes in 2017 entry are now closed. Applications for 2018 entry will start in mid-November 2017 tentatively and updated programme information will be available by that time. The programme information for 2017 entry listed below is for reference only.
|Year of Entry||2017|
|Mode of Funding||Non-government-funded|
|Mode of Programme||Combined †|
|Class Schedule||Evening sessions, usually from 7:00pm to 9:50pm, on weekdays|
|Indicative Intake Target||60|
|Minimum No. of Credits Required||30|
|Normal Duration of Programme||
Full-time: 1 year;
Part-time: 2 years
|Maximum Study Period||
Full-time: 2.5 years;
Part-time/Combined mode: 5 years
|Programme Website||Click here to open|
|Tuition Fee||Click here for more information|
31 May 2017 (Local)
30 Apr 2017 (Non-local)
|Mode of processing||Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled. Early applications are therefore strongly encouraged.|
Dr Denis YU
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Applicants must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements and the following specific entrance requirements:
Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in physical sciences or an engineering discipline. Those with an undergraduate degree in other disciplines but, with an attainment of A-level physics or equivalent, or sufficient working experience in the related fields, will be considered on a case by case basis.
Applicants whose entrance qualification is obtained from an institution where the medium of instruction is not English should also fulfill the minimum English proficiency requirement as follows:
The programme emphasizes a balance of both technical and soft sciences. Students are required to complete five core courses (total of 15 credit units). Further to this, students are also required to complete additional 15 credit units either as five elective courses (3 credit units each), or three elective courses and a Dissertation (6 credit units).
Data Analysis in Environmental Applications
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Technologies
Energy Generation and Storage Systems
Environmental and Energy Policy
Environmental Pollution: Theories, Measurement and Mitigation
Atmospheric and Climate Science
Boundary-Layer Meteorology and Wind Energy Engineering
Building Performance Assessment
Carbon Audit and Management
Climate Change: Science, Adaptation and Mitigation
Emerging Energy Technologies
Energy and Environmental Economics
Energy and Environmental Law
Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
Environmental Impact Assessment Principles and Practice
Experimental Techniques in Energy and Environment
Introduction to Emissions Trading
Wastewater Engineering and Water Quality Assessment
Accreditation of MSc Energy and Environment by Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM)
MSc Energy and Environment is the FIRST MSc Degree accredited by the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) outside the United Kingdom.
IGEM is a chartered professional body, licensed by the UK Engineering Council, serving a wide range of professionals in the UK and the international gas industry through Membership, events and a comprehensive set of Technical Standards. Details of IGEM can be found at http://www.igem.org.uk.
Graduates of MSc Energy and Environment who have successfully completed the programme, can partially fulfill the academic requirements* for registration as Chartered Engineer (CEng), UK.
* with an accredited BEng / BSc Degree from any of Washington Accord’s 17 Signatories.