22 June 2020
A new postgraduate course has been introduced by the School of Energy and Power at Cranfield University. The MSc Advanced Digital Energy Systems is a one year full-time taught masters course which will start in October 2020. The new course is also eligible for the Cranfield Net Zero Industrial Scholarship which is offered to support students working closely with the energy and power industry to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions.
Digital Energy Systems is an emerging discipline using powerful digital tools and various digital models to solve and manage the increasingly complex modern energy systems. The course focuses on digital tools and models such as AI and blockchain to develop energy solutions for the future which are secure, stable, affordable as well as sustainable. Graduates of this course can look forward to rewarding international careers in research, industry and government such as energy analyst (data science), research analyst (energy), off-shore energy analyst and energy and sustainability analyst.
Cranfield University is an exclusive postgraduate university offering research focussed professional courses having close collaboration with industry and top global companies. With a professional network of 65,000+ alumni, Cranfield is top UK university for graduate employment and world leading research. The University has a long standing reputation for courses in the Power and Energy sector and provides a diverse learning environment covering all aspects of a divergent modern energy sector.
If you are interested in studying postgraduate courses in Power and Energy at Cranfield University and want to learn more about scholarships, entry requirements and application process, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today. Our education consultants will help you submit your application error free.
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