The Masters of Science in Renewable Energy Systems at Dundalk Institute of Technology provides students with a comprehensive understanding of renewable energy systems and technologies. This 3-semester postgraduate program offers courses on topics such as wind power, hydropower, bioenergy, solar, and geothermal energy. Students will gain a deep understanding of the fundamentals of renewable energy as well as the ability to apply their knowledge to develop innovative solutions for addressing global challenges related to climate change and sustainability. Through laboratory work and research projects, students will gain hands-on experience working with cutting-edge technologies and equipment, allowing them to gain practical skills that can be applied in the workforce or in further studies. With a strong emphasis on applied learning, graduates of the Renewable Energy Systems MSc program are well prepared for careers in industry, government agencies, or academia working on projects ranging from renewable energy system design to large-scale implementation projects.
The Renewable Energy Systems MSc is a versatile program that can prepare graduates for a variety of careers in the renewable energy sector. The specific career options available to graduates will depend on their interests and skills.
A second class honors degree (2.2) in an engineering or science discipline is the basic requirement. Candidates with alternative qualifications are also encouraged to apply.