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MSc in Renewable Energy Management

Exciting new programme offered at the University of Papua New Guinea to bolster human capacity in the energy sector to foster growth in renewable energy and energy efficiency.

The MScREM aims to produce graduates who are able to analyse, design, implement and manage renewable energy projects, all the while taking account of environmental, economic, political and societal concerns. The programme is targeted towards the issue of producing electricity from renewable energy sources but can easily accommodate for the transport fuel sector if required.

The proposed MScREM is envisioned to produce professionals in the energy sector to drive the renewable energy and energy efficiency agenda through the various GoPNG policies such as the Electricity Industry Policy, National Strategy for Responsible Sustainable Development for PNG and the National Climate Change Policy; and through plans such as National Electrification Roll-out Plan, Medium Term Development Plan 1&2, Development Strategic Implementation Plan 2010-2030 and the overarching PNG Vision 2050.

The fee for the MScREM programme is set at according to standard SNPS MSc programme of  K9,884.00 per year or  K19,768.00 for the 2 years.

The programme application opens on the 18th of January and closes on the 2nd of March, for 2018 entry.  You will be made aware of the status of your application on the 5th of March. Download the application form through the link below

2018 Application Form

 

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Entry Requirements

Intending Students This program is targeted towards:- Professionals in the energy sector Professionals in other industries that would like to make a carrier change. Recent high-GPA/Honours graduates. Admission Requirements Requirement 1:First degree in Management, Economics, Science, Technology, Engineering or equivalent programmes. Requirement 2: If the intending student has just graduated with a first degree he/she …

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Graduate Outcomes

At the end of the Programme, the graduate should be able to:- PO1.                     Investigate the resource viability of a potential site to produce modern forms of energy in PNG and the Pacific. PO2.                     Evaluate current renewable energy systems/technologies suitable for resources in PNG and the Pacific PO3.                     Design innovative energy systems that …

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Curricullum

Structure of the Program 50901: Renewable Resource Assessment   This course examines the availability and distribution of various renewable energy resources such as solar radiation, wind, hydro, geothermal and biomass. The methods for measuring, monitoring and analysing these resources are described and some practical sessions are undertaken to illustrate these procedures. Principles for undertaking a …

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