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MEng Mechanical and Power Plant Systems

 

Study Mechanical and Power Plant Systems and learn about sustainable energy production such as power generation, transmission, distribution, utilisation and energy conservation. Enjoy industrial placements and specialist power engineering and engineering design modules.

 

Quick Facts

 
Duration: 3 years (full-time)
Starting Date: September
Tuition Fee: £11,500/year  (intl. students)
Location: Glasgow, UK

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This unique degree offers the opportunity to advance your career on land or with the Merchant Navy.

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What I have enjoyed most about studying at GCU is the lectures given by professors who are helpful and most importantly are professionals in each of the chosen fields. This made us look forward to the lectures where we learned a lot of relevant and up to date information. The way professors include students into the lesson was very motivating as well.

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Course Contents

  • The current move towards renewable energy will require substantial transmission and distribution infrastructure development and an increasing number of power systems engineers to deliver it.
  • This programme covers the fields of power generation, transmission, distribution and utilisation, and is also concerned with energy conservation and with the design of systems based on electric motors and electronic drive technologies.
  • Specialist modules in power engineering and engineering design are introduced in the 3rd and 4th years, culminating in a major project in electrical/ mechanical power engineering.

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