MEng in Energy Infrastructure (MECI)
Today’s energy systems are highly interdependent and very heterogeneous. The infrastructure that supports the generation and distribution of energy is varied, complex and dependent on a range of practical engineering and geographical considerations. This complex infrastructure requires and understanding of a range of interdisciplinary concepts for its design, construction, operation and maintenance.
This innovative MEng in Energy Infrastructure is positioned within the onshore and offshore infrastructure sectors, focussing on the provision of renewable energy in Ireland. The demand for this skill set is driven by the global growth of new energy sources and their associated infrastructural challenges.
The programme has a business appraisal aspect to it with classification and due diligence part of the syllabus.
There is a novel community energy development module which aligns with the governments sanctioning of 15 years of funding committed to schemes for power generation that are wholly community owned. Employers in the energy sector are seeking graduates with these skills.
Our flexible courses will suit your needs
We understand that every student has unique needs and schedules. That’s why we offer a wide range of flexible courses to suit your individual needs. Whether you’re a working professional looking to upskill or a full-time student balancing coursework and extracurricular activities, our courses are designed to fit into your busy lifestyle. With options for online, in-person, and hybrid learning, you can choose the format that works best for you.