MSc Sustainability in Energy Provision and Demand Management

Fees and Funding

Tuition fees (2018 entry)

 

 

UK/EEA Resident Students

International Students*

Full MSc (180 credits)

£6,420.00

£7,700.00

 

Alternative awards:

   

Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits)

£5,400.00

£6,480.00

Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits)

£2,700.00

£3,240.00

 

Fees are payable on a module-by-module basis. Please see the Fees Terms and Conditions for more information.

For information about funding, please see our funding page

 

Accommodation, food and service fees

Prices for accommodation during residential modules (typically five days long):

  • Stay in a shared twin en-suite room in CAT's award-winning WISE building: £125 per module week attendance
  • Stay in bunkhouse-style shared accommodation: £75 per module week attendance

The café at CAT offers affordable vegetarian meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for students. Prices vary but students are advised to budget an estimated £125 per module week (five nights) for on-site meals.

Students on this course should also budget a further estimated £500 for the purchase of a ‘CAT-in-a-box’ kit containing data-collecting equipment, to be paid no later than the last working day of the September of your intake year. You should be aware that there may be additional import duties and sales taxes related to shipping for non-‘Home’ students.

Please see the Fees Terms and Conditions for more information.

For information about funding, please see our funding page.

 

CAT in a Box 

All learners will need to purchase the ‘CAT-in-a Box’ package of technical materials to assist with hands-on practical activities at distance or when not at CAT, e.g. for their dissertation research. This will comprise programmable data logging and monitoring equipment to enable students to log and analyse real renewable energy data at home, in work or out on trips as part of the masters programme. Full training will be given during the November core module and support will be available. The cost is estimated at £500, and will be payable at the same time as payment is made for the core September module week.


*International students should note that we do not have a Tier 4 Sponsor licence, therefore International students who require student visas have the option of taking the course via distance learning. A mixture of residential and distance learning (blended learning) is possible if you are eligible for a 6-month student visa - for more information on eligibility, please visit https://www.gov.uk/study-visit-visa.

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