At last!   Our new MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems is taking applications now for a start this September in London.

The new course is jointly run with UniSA, kicking off in London with courses on Resource Development and Sustainability, Renewable Energy, Law, Geopolitics and Research methods.  Students then transfer to Adelaide to do my course on Social Licensing, along with Economics, Project Management, Energy Conservation and Management and then complete a 6 month long research project in conjunction with staff at UniSA.

In many ways this course takes the best bits of our previous MSc at UCL Australia and repackages them in an exciting dual-hemisphere course focussed on energy systems management. For those more interested in Natural Resource Development, we also offer our very popular MSc in Global Management of Natural Resources at UCL. This course also involves a start in London for a couple of terms, followed by students heading to Adelaide for ~ 5 months to do my course on Social Licensing and a research project in conjunction with UniSA.

Both courses are really exciting developments and are a great outcome of UCL’s ongoing presence in Adelaide following the closure of UCL Australia