Fully Funded Places available for MSc Sustainable Energy Systems

ScottishPower Scholarship Information Session

Event Date: March 4th, 5 – 6pm,

Event Location: Classroom 6, Hudson Beare Building, King’s Buildings

The School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Website: http://www.eng.ed.ac.uk/postgraduate/degrees/msc-taught/msc-sustainable-energy-systems

Scholarship Deadline: March 26th


ScottishPower Foundation is again offering scholarships for Masters Studies in Energy and Environment at the University of Edinburgh. Now in its fifth year, Master’s students benefit from full enrolment costs and a generous monthly living allowance of £1,200.


If you are interested in applying for this scholarship please come to the information session to be held on March 4th at 5pm in Classroom 6, Hudson Beare Building, School of Engineering, King’s Buildings. Phil Duffield from ScottishPower will be giving a short presentation on the scholarship and will be available to answer any questions you may have.


The MSc Sustainable Energy Systems programme The MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems is designed to equip graduates and working professionals with a broad training in, and understanding of, energy production, delivery, consumption, efficiency, economics, policy and regulation. These are considered in the context of the sustainability of energy supply and consumption patterns, both locally and globally, and with particular focus on the deployment of renewable energies.


A unique feature of the course is its broad approach to the development of sustainable routes to the generation and supply of energy within which renewable energy is a key theme. Students are able to create study programmes suited to their interests and aspirations through their choice of optional modules and research projects. The course is engineering-based but also covers a wider range of topics including economics, sustainability and environmental studies.

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