Applicants should hold a lower second class honours degree in electrical and electronic engineering, physics or an engineering-related subject, or the equivalent from an international institution. Postgraduate Preparatory Courses for International Students: If you do not qualify for direct entry, our partner INTO City University London offers an academic preparation programme - the Graduate Diploma in Maths and Engineering. The course offers a route to City University London through an excellent teaching and learning experience, located in purpose built study facilities. Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma at INTO City University London to the standard required provides guaranteed progression to this Masters degree.
Months of entry
This course, suitable for both practicing engineers and those considering a career in engineering, has been designed to provide an in-depth insight into the technical workings, management and economics of the electrical power industry.
Due to the introduction of tough environmental laws, the use and integration of renewable energy schemes have become of paramount importance in order for nations to meet strict low pollution targets. Knowledge of the impact of such schemes on the existing electrical grid structure is covered in great detail. Power systems design, power systems management and economics, power systems simulation and power conditioning are all addressed on the course.
Modules are delivered by academics actively involved in energy related research, as well as visiting lecturers from the power industry who provide a valuable insight into the operation of energy companies.
The programme has been developed for graduates with electrical/electronic or related engineering or scientific backgrounds to meet the increasing demand from the energy and power industry.
There is a consistent emphasis on industry in this course. Students learn from academic staff and visiting lecturers: one such visiting lecturer, from UK Power Networks, leads two modules and brings professional expertise and industry-relevant material to the degree. Students also learn to use power industry-standard software, including DigSilent and Neplan. The academic delivery of the course is supplemented by the use of City's new power-related laboratory equipment.
Fees and funding
•Full-time EU: £9,000
•Part-time EU: £4,500 per year
•Full-time Non EU: £14,000
•Part-time Non EU: £7,000 per year
Scholarships and bursaries
Last year, over 80% of UK/EU postgraduate students received one of our scholarships, bursaries or prizes.
The School offers generous scholarships for this course:
•UK/EU applicants - Engineering & Mathematics Scholarship of £2,000
•City University London Graduate Loyalty Discount
•International Student Scholarships of £2,000
•Other scholarships, bursaries and prizes.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Courses Office
- +44 (0)20 7040 0248