Sustainable Energy System Management - Limerick
TUS has developed the Masters in Sustainable Energy System Management, in recognition of the growing international market for sustainable energy systems and the shortage of qualified professionals with the techno economic skills required for the global transition to a Clean and Sustainable Energy Future.
Designed by TUS and delivered in partnership with Universities in Holland, Spain and Belgium this Masters produces graduates who can work in one of the fastest and rapidly evolving sectors globally. This programme is run in collaboration with the Association of European Research Centres (EUREC).
Our programme explores the key social and global issues and ways to address these to benefit individuals, communities, societies and our planet. Our programme develops leaders with the interdisciplinary skills and insight required for a successful career in the Sustainable Energy sector. Graduates can apply critical thinking, policy analysis and interdisciplinary environmental skills in sectors as diverse as transport, renewable energy, ecosystem planning and management, community development, technology innovation and beyond.
There is diversity within the programme, where your options for specialisation and dissertation can be tailored to support your intended career path.
Through our partnership with EUREC, real world orientated projects, and the time spent at our European partner Universities, you will have the opportunity to travel, work, and engage with professionals and potential employers in this high-demand field.
The core and specialisation providers of this Masters in Sustainable Energy System Management are internationally renowned for our approach to interdisciplinary research and teaching.
Through our world-leading research, teaching, innovation and impact, we strive to solve real-world problems of local, national and international relevance. You will be uniquely placed to address local and global issues relating to the clean energy transition
The energy transition is an exciting sector to be a part of, with unprecedented levels of growth and development, are you; motivated, ambitious, and determined enough to make a difference? To lead change and benefit society. We are looking for strong graduates join this energy transition movement and drive a brighter cleaner future for all.
What modules will I study?
Semester 1 - Core (30 Credits)
Energy Markets, Finance & Law Credits: 5
Energy Systems Models & Scenarios Credits: 5
Energy Technologies, Solutions & Application Credits: 5
Energy Transition, Context & Policy Credits: 5
Intelligent Energy Systems & Services Credits: 5
Research Methods Credits: 5
Semester 2 - Specialisation (30 Credits)
Option 1: Specialisation Semester Hanze - System Innovation Management Credits: 30
Option 2: Specialisation Semester Zaragoza - Sustainable Energy Management Credits: 30
Option 3: Specialisation Semester Howest - Sustainable Energy & ICT Credits: 30
Research Project/Thesis Credits: 30
All candidates must pocess one of the following:
Level 8 Bachelor's (honours) degree in a cognate area.
Considerable relevant experience that is deemed equivalent to the academic admission requirements, evidenced by an RPL portfolio of prior experience and learning.
Equivalent Qualifications. Applicants with equivalent qualifications on the European and International frameworks will also be considered.
All candidates must satisfy the language requirements of their chosen Core Provider and meet a minimum standard of English.
International learners must provide evidence of proficiency in the English language for example IELTS: 6.5 minimum with not less than 6.0 in Reading, Listening, Speaking or Writing.
16 Months (3 Semesters)
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What are the career prospects?
Graduates can apply critical thinking, policy analysis and interdisciplinary environmental skills in sectors as diverse as transport, renewable energy, ecosystem planning and management, community development, technology innovation and beyond.
The growing role of the Energy System Manager suggests that Energy System Management graduates can expect to find careers in Energy; consultancy, design, contracting, project and maintenance, team leading, facilities and resource management, energy auditing, equipment testing & commissioning, and research and development with; energy suppliers, energy service companies, local authorities, manufacturers, and energy solution providers.