I got offers like below (Master Degree):
- Sustainable Energy Technologies at University of Warwick
- Sustainable Energy at University of Glasgow
- Renewable Energy Flexible Training Programme at University of Newcastle
Which one should I choose?
I'm thinking about pursuing PhD after that, but probably not in UK.
- Nuclear Power Engineering subject (that can be interesting)
- great library
- a little bit cheaper
- bigger city (probably easier to find a part-time job)
- nice rank
- great sport facilities
- focusing on fuel cells, which I'm interested in the most
- more competitive (but I know I need to work very hard to get at least 2:1)
- the highest rank
- smaller, more quiet city
- probably harder to find a job
- starting in October (I will be in UK from July)
- modules focused on "market" role, a lots of subjects (from every area I will learn sth, but is it a good way to have more subjects but with less knowledge, to know a little bit of every sustainable energy area?)
- accredited (IMechE)
What to do?
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- Thread Starter
- 18-05-2016 10:33
- 19-05-2016 08:47
This seems to be a really specialized area, so I am not sure many people know about this topic.
I am also interested in renewable energy and sustainability, but from the policy side, so I am considering between UCL Energy Economics and Policy vs. Sussex Energy Policy.