MSc in Renewable Technologies


Hello everyone..I know MSc discussion is a bit off-topic, but here it goes..I've got offers from Strathclyde, Loughborough & Aberdeen for MSc Renewable Technology & for MSc Energy Conversion & Mgmnt from Nottingham..which course is better suited for getting a work placement? Also abt. my background, I'm a mech. engineer with 2 yrs work-ex in procurement (aka irrelevant work-ex) & want to switch to the field of green technology.Your opinion/guidance will be much appreciated.Thanks in advance!!
Hello everyone..I know MSc discussion is a bit off-topic, but here it goes..I've got offers from Strathclyde, Loughborough & Aberdeen for MSc Renewable Technology & for MSc Energy Conversion & Mgmnt from Nottingham..which course is better suited for getting a work placement? Also abt. my background, I'm a mech. engineer with 2 yrs work-ex in procurement (aka irrelevant work-ex) & want to switch to the field of green technology.Your opinion/guidance will be much appreciated.Thanks in advance!!
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Duncan
It's so much that the MSc is off topic, but that it's not in a business school.

Looking online, I think Loughborough and Cranfield seem to be the leading schools for for this. I think a good guide would be to ask the schools about Chartered Engineer (CEng) status: that's very useful, and these courses may differ in their recognition.
It's so much that the MSc is off topic, but that it's not in a business school.

Looking online, I think Loughborough and Cranfield seem to be the leading schools for for this. I think a good guide would be to ask the schools about Chartered Engineer (CEng) status: that's very useful, and these courses may differ in their recognition.
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mba hipste...
Imperial also offers an MSc in Renewable Energy Futures.

Although none of these will offer the same kind of robust career growth as a specialized MBA (like Haas' Energy and Clean Tech program) or an MBA that offers clean tech or CSR classes (like St. Gallen's - see the coverage in this article: http://www.find-mba.com/article/596/cool-mba-electives-beyond-the-core-curriculum)
Imperial also offers an MSc in Renewable Energy Futures.

Although none of these will offer the same kind of robust career growth as a specialized MBA (like Haas' Energy and Clean Tech program) or an MBA that offers clean tech or CSR classes (like St. Gallen's - see the coverage in this article: http://www.find-mba.com/article/596/cool-mba-electives-beyond-the-core-curriculum)
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