Renewable Energy Development (RED)
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Rank: 29 (TCUG)
Study mode distance learning (full-time)
Degree: PG Diploma
Start Date: 2019/01/09
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Heriot-Watt University evaluation:
17.8 : 1
Electronic and electrical engineering evaluation:
This is a multidisciplinary programme of relevance to students from a variety of backgrounds; students use the Master's to complement existing subject specialisms and work experience; taught programmes focus on technical, environmental and policy drivers that are shaping the renewable energy sector.
Students must hold a good degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. life sciences, engineering, environmental studies, business studies, surveying) from a UK or Overseas University. In addition to the academic qualifications, motivation, work experience and personality are taken into consideration.
Notice: This score might not be totally accurate. It is the default IELTS grade for Heriot-Watt University.
About this university
Around 11,000 students travel from around 150 countries across the world to study at the university and the International Students Advisors Office or ISAO is available to assist them. They can provide help and support on everything from immigration to welfare as well as having connections across departments such as Student Support and the University Chaplaincy. They are based within the Hugh Nisbet Building on the Edinburgh campus. They can also provide help with practical matters concerning living in the UK as well as assistance for those wanting to bring their families with them to the university and accessing healthcare while here. The Student Association is the student-led organisation representing the students at both local and national level and is a member of the Edinburgh Students Forum and the National Union of Students. It was founded as the Students Representative Council in 1929 and it runs the Student Union as well as operates support for the 50 societies and clubs available to students. It also operates a number of services across the other campuses including catering, a nightclub, an advice centre and a shop. In addition, there are some 30 different sports clubs on offer and a number of annual events relating to the teams. There are also a number of events held during the year including for families and friends to visit the university and groups visits for schools and colleges.