Monday, 26 October 2015

UCL Santos Scholarships for Australian and International Students in Australia, 2016



Introduction

UCL Australia's Master of Science in Energy and Resources Management (CRICOS Code: 076038B) is a two-year programme (full-time) that provides students with a thorough knowledge of sustainable management of energy and natural resources. The programme covers both theory and practice, with a focus on modern issues faced by industry. Leading academics with strong industry links and industry professionals contribute to all taught courses.

Full-time students

For full-time students, the Master's programme is undertaken over two years. In Year 1, students undertake eight courses designed to broaden their understanding of the energy and resources sectors.
In Year 2 students can opt for one of two streams, both designed to enable students to integrate theory and practice through demonstration of a substantial research project.
  • Research stream – students undertake an industry based research project.
  • Coursework stream – students undertake a combination of four taught courses and two short research projects.

Part-time students

For part-time students the Master's programme can be undertaken in three to five years. Part-time study is only available to students who are not studying in Australia on a student visa.

Courses

Students complete one course at a time and each course is about four weeks long.
Each course has a similar format – the first week is an intensive class-room centered programme of lectures, tutorials and group work. Over the following three weeks students complete coursework and sit a three-hour written examination on the final day.
Assignments and projects for each course contribute to a report that students must submit on the day of the examination. 
Read more about courses and the academiccalendar for the Master's programme as well as information regarding the availabilityand timing of individual courses.

DISCLAIMERREGARDING AVAILABILITY OF COURSES


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