Taught course

Wind Energy Systems

University of Strathclyde · Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Entry requirements

A first or upper second-class Honours degree or equivalent qualification in electronic, electrical or mechanical engineering or related discipline (physics, mechatronics, control or systems engineering) from a recognised academic institution.

Months of entry


Course content

  • Develop the expertise to strengthen, lead and transform the high-growth global wind energy industry
  • Study within Europe's largest and leading university electrical power and energy technology research group
  • For ambitious engineering graduates who wish to strengthen, lead and transform the high-growth global wind energy industry.

Our Masters in Wind Energy Systems offers engineering graduates the opportunity to study at the Institute for Energy & Environment – one of Europe's largest and leading university power and energy technology groups.

The Institute is home to over 200 staff and researchers conducting strategic and applied research in the key technical and policy aspects of energy systems. It also houses the UK’s only government-funded Centres for Doctoral Training in Wind & Marine Energy Systems, and Future Power Networks and Smart Grids, both of which are dedicated to pioneering research and advanced skills training.

On this course, you'll develop and enhance your technical expertise of wind energy and deepen your understanding of the engineering, political and economic contexts of wind power. This course will provide you with an advanced level of knowledge to address the current and future challenges of this exciting and dynamic sector.

With links to key UK and global business and industry energy partners, you’ll have unique access to companies at the forefront of wind energy developments.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    full time
    12 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

+44 (0)141 574 5484