Master of Engineering (Energy Systems Engineering)
College of Engineering & Informatics
School of Engineering & Informatics
The minimum entry requirement is a Second Class Honours Degree in a Level 8 Engineering programme (or equivalent).
1 year, full-time
Next start date: September 2013
ECTS weighting: 60
Average intake: 20
Closing date: Please see the offer round dates.
NFQ level: 9
Coastal & Offshore Engineering
Thermal Energy Conversion
Applications and selections
Who teaches this course?
Prof. Sean Leen, Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Peter McHugh, Biomedical Engineering
Prof. Peter Croot, Earth & Ocean Sciences
Dr. Eoghan Clifford, Civil Engineering
Dr. Peter Croot, Earth & Ocean Sciences
Dr. Maeve Duffy, Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Dr. John Eaton, Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Marcus Keane, Civil Engineering
Dr. Hugh Melvin, Information Technology
Dr. Rory Monaghan, Energy Systems Engineering
Dr. Stephen Nash, Civil Engineering
Dr. Nathan Quinlan, Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Thomas Van Rensburg, Economics
Find out more
T: +353 91 492664
Job opportunities are varied throughout the energy sector, including design & test, consultancy, project management, energy systems management, product development and facilities engineering roles. With increasing focus on issues of security of supply and energy sustainability, the need for graduates with skills in energy systems technologies is growing, including the sectors of building energy management, renewable energy systems, electrical power systems, smart grid, facilities energy management and energy consultancy. Other potential roles would be in the areas of energy economics, energy policy, energy regulation, energy planning and the law. Students of the ME in Energy Systems Engineering will be provided with a range of module choices that will enable them to build on their BE degrees to develop careers in their particular areas of interest in energy systems engineering.