|Study location||United Kingdom, Cranfield Campus|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
in a related science or engineering discipline.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take verified copies of the entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
IELTS: 6.5 overall
At least 2 reference(s) must be provided.
To the Applicant
Please arrange for 2 referees to provide a reference. Select at least one referee who can comment on your recent academic ability or employment experience.
To the Referee
Please comment on the applicant’s suitability to undertake such studies. Where possible, please try to cover the following points in your reference:– In what capacity you have known the applicant and for how long – If the applicant is still studying, the likely result he or she will obtain – The applicant’s ability to work alone or as part of a team – The applicant’s general character – Any particular strengths or weaknesses – How the applicant’s achievements compare to those of his or her peers – The applicant’s skill in the use of English where English is not his or her first language – Your reply will be treated in confidence.
The reference should be on letterhead paper and preferably typewritten.
Please arrange for 2 referees to provide a reference.
To mitigate climate change while meeting energy demand, ambitious targets have been set to reduce carbon emissions through carbon capture and storage (CCS).This MSc has been developed to meet the demand for well-qualified engineers and researchers needed to design, construct and operate carbon capture facilities for fossil fuel-fired power plants and transport networks in the future.
This MSc course offers the academic and technical depth required for engineers who will be needed to design, build and operate carbon capture and transport facilities; and researchers for the continual development of the technology.
In addition to management, communication, team work and research skills, you will attain the following outcomes from this degree course: – An in-depth understanding of the technical, economic and environmental issues involved in the design and operation of CO2 capture plants and CO2 transport systems – Understand systematically the current theory and practice of the carbon capture process and the carbon transport system – Apply effectively the knowledge gained to the design and control of carbon capture plants and the carbon transport system – Make effective use of a range of software employed for modelling, optimisation and control of carbon capture and transport systems.
The taught programme for the Carbon Capture and Storage masters is generally delivered from October to March and is comprised of seven compulsory modules and one optional module. The modules are delivered over one to two weeks of intensive delivery with the later part of the module being free from structured teaching to allow time for more independent learning and reflection.
Industry-led education makes Cranfield graduates some of the most desirable in the world for recruitment by companies competing in the energy sector. Graduates from this course will be equipped with the academic skills and requirements to successfully pursue a range of careers within this industry; including positions within power generation companies, CO2 capture and transport industries, research organisations or academic institutions.
This qualification could take you onto become a qualified engineer or academic researcher able to meet the demands of a new industry to design, construct and operate carbon capture facilities for new and existing fossil fuel-fired power plants and transport networks.