Develop innovative solutions to energy challenges and gain the expertise to succeed in the thriving renewables industry.
The BSc Hons Energy at Ulster University explores renewable energy technologies and the application of science and technology to find innovative solutions to real-world energy problems.
You will study a number of themes throughout the programme and gain an in-depth knowledge of conventional and renewable energy systems including wind, bio-energy, solar, tidal and wave, heat pumps, smart grids, fuel cells and energy storage technologies. As an expert in energy you will be able to design, specify and monitor their performance and ensure their economic and environmental benefits for different scenarios and locations around the world. You will also develop the intellectual skills required to understand new theories, concepts and methods in unfamiliar situations and adapt them to meet future challenges.
Apply through the online platform UCAS:
If you're an International student, apply directly through:
HEA Free Fees Scheme (FFI): the Irish Exchequer will pay tuition fees to the University on behalf of students registered for the first time on qualifying, full-time, undergraduate degree programmes.
SUSI - Student Universal Support Ireland:
Application through: https://www.susi.ie/
The award or denial of this grant is completely dependant upon the Student Grant Appeals Body
Many of our graduates have shaped successful careers in various roles and settings including energy supply and management, energy technology providers and consulting, among others.
Second Class Honours Grade 2 (or equivalent) in a primary honours degree (ISCED Level 5) in any discipline of Engineering or equivalent
112 UCAS Tariff Points to include to include a minimum of five subjects (four of which must be at higher level) to include English at H6 if studied at Higher Level or O4 if studied at Ordinary Level.
Grade H3 in one of the following subjects:
• Maths, Environmental Technology or Physics or
• Two from Economics, Technology, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Construction and Engineering.
If Mathematics is not being offered as a subject at Higher Level, you will be required to achieve a minimum of grade H6 if studied at Higher Level or O4 if studied at Ordinary Level.