26 April 2023
12:00 - 13:00
SI-UK Nigeria (online)
Representative: Professor Grant Ingram (Programme Director) & Ned Atewogboye (MSc Renewable Energy student)
Join us online on Wednesday 26 April to learn about this exciting new MSc Energy Engineering Management programme, which is a one-year, taught programme in Durham, North East England. Hear from Programme Director Professor Grant Ingram & Ned Atewogboye, as he provides insight into the programme and information on living in the beautiful, historic city of Durham.
In addition to learning more about the aims, structure and assessment methods used throughout the programme, Professor Ingram & Ned Atewogboye will provide a taster of some of the materials covered.
There’ll also be a live Question and Answer session with Grant & Ned, in which you can ask the questions important to you.
Is this for you?
If you’re from an engineering or relevant background and interested in a career in energy, this is the perfect opportunity to learn more directly from those who have crafted the programme with their unique expertise. The MSc In Energy Engineering Management is a collaboration between Durham University Business School and the Department of Engineering, in partnership with the Durham Energy Institute. This means you gain the benefits of multiple areas of expertise, knowledge and experience within the University. Designed to equip you with the skills to deliver on the Net-Zero transition, you’ll be able to navigate both technical and business challenges with ease.
Support with course fees
At Durham we have a generous package of scholarships available to celebrate and reward exceptional candidates applying to our programmes. For our MSc Energy Engineering Management programme we have a number of scholarships offering up to £7,125 towards tuition fees. See our website for full details.
More about Durham University
Durham University is a collegiate research university established in 1832 and based in Durham, England. It is part of a UNESCO world heritage site and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of British research-intensive universities and is currently ranked 92nd in the QS World University Rankings 2023.
Its main functions are divided between the University's academic departments and its 17 colleges. In general, the departments perform research and provide teaching to students, while the colleges support them in their domestic arrangements and welfare.
Living in Durham
Durham is a small city with a truly global reputation. Vibrant, welcoming and diverse, Durham is nestled in the heart of the North-East of England and built in the shadow of its historic Cathedral on the rolling banks of the River Wear. Combining the best of modern and affordable city living with the safety, tradition and beauty of the past, Durham is a city for all seasons. Our University community speaks to our global reach, ensuring that no matter where you come from, Durham is a place we can all call home.
Partners in the programme
The Business School is one of the longest established schools in the UK, consistently highly ranked in a wide range of prestigious global league tables and one of an elite group of schools worldwide to carry three internationally recognised quality assurances – AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS - a testament to the calibre of the School and an endorsement of the exceptional quality of our programmes.
The Department of Engineering is recognised as one of the leading centres of research in Engineering in the world, ranked joint 1st in the UK for internationally excellent and world-leading research impact (REF 2014). With this rich research background, coupled with links to significant industry partners, they provide the perfect environment to begin your journey.
Durham Energy Institute produces world-class research for understanding energy decarbonisation and delivers integrated solutions for the climate emergency, incorporating social, policy and technical insights. Their research is rooted in strong partnerships with industry and policy organisations across the globe.
More about your hosts
Professor Grant Ingram
Professor Grant Ingram is the Programme Director of the Masters in Energy Engineering Management from the Department of Engineering side but will also talk about the Business School/Management half of the programme in this engaging webinar. The programme also brings together expertise from the Durham Energy Institute.
Professor Ingram is a Professor in the Department of Engineering, having taught at all levels on subjects including Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Aeromechanics and Turbomachinery. Professor Ingram is also a graduate of the University himself (both MEng and PhD), and technology developed in conjunction with his work is now flying around in aeroplanes around the world.
Having graduated from Portsmouth University in Electronic Systems Engineering, He chose to study my Masters at Durham University due to its reputation in the UK, the modules offered and the living cost in the North East of England.
My counsellor contacted me every day throughout the application process and helped me receive an unconditional offer. I am so grateful to SI-UK and will never forget them. I will study very hard as I feel this is the best reward I can give the whole team.
Sade Onyeje Social Work at Birmingham City University