New two-year Master of Renewable Energy at Murdoch University
Murdoch University recently announced that they are introducing a new two-year Master of Renewable Energy. The University already offers the Master as a one-year programme, but the two-year option includes a one-year professional graduate diploma. This enables students who have not previously studied a relevant degree at undergraduate level to apply for the Master of Renewable Energy.
Students start their Master of Renewable Energy by choosing to study either the Postgraduate Diploma in Energy Studies or the Postgraduate Diploma in Energy and the Environment for the first year. Then in the second year - the Master year, students will receive advanced training in the area of renewable energy systems, sustainable energy policy or energy efficiency.
Graduates of the degree are already held in high esteem by government agencies and businesses all over the world, and have secured jobs with the United Nations, the Red Cross, Western Power, GHD, AECOM and URS, while others have started their own energy businesses.
Students who complete the two-year Master of Renewable Energy at Murdoch University will be eligible for Australia’s Temporary Graduate Visa – find out more here. Students can start this programme in either February or July during 2016; contact a Study Options student advisor for more information about applying to Murdoch University.
If this degree is not quite what you’re looking for in the field of renewable energy, you can also contact us for a course list – there are both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes available.