We have to shift to a zero-carbon way of life. Renewable technology is the key to a more sustainable future.
From decarbonisation of heat and power to the circular economy, hydrogen energy, and the greening of industry, the use of renewable and sustainable technology brings with it new opportunities.
You will make use of our state of the art biosystems laboratories, The Wales Centre of Excellence for Anaerobic Digestion as well as our Hydrogen Research and Demonstration Centre at Baglan, and can work within the Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC).
Accredited by The Energy Institute, this renewable energy masters is based in USW’s Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC) a leading and internationally recognised centre for more than 30 years.
You'll step out of the classroom and make use of some of the fantastic facilities that we have access to, including The Wales Centre of Excellence for Anaerobic Digestion and the University of South Wales Centre for Renewable Hydrogen Research and Demonstration.
The Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC) undertakes national and world-leading research into waste treatment and the sustainable production of energy from waste and grown biomass, and this centre will play a vital role throughout your studies.
The places you study and live make a big difference to what you get out of university. It’s important to be somewhere that feels like home, but can also surprise you. South Wales offers rich experiences, with Cardiff at the heart.
With campuses in and around Cardiff, you can experience the diversity that south Wales has to offer – the buzz of the cities, the beauty of the coast, and the calm of the countryside.
We have five campuses across three locations, but we’re one university. Every campus is open to you and whatever inspires you, you’re always welcome.
Postgraduate Open Events are the ideal way to learn about our part-time and full-time postgraduate courses. Whether it's on-campus or online, you'll meet lecturers, discuss finances and career prospects, and learn about the face-to-face and online student support available to postgraduate students.
If your course is based on campus, you'll also have the opportunity to tour our locations and on-site facilities, giving you a taste of what it's like to be a postgraduate student at the University of South Wales.
A postgraduate course can help you expand your skills, further your knowledge and improve your career prospects. Postgraduate study can even allow you to change career completely!
Employers often look for the advanced skills of postgraduates, as well as the commitment they show to achieve a further qualification. You may want a career where a professional qualification is essential, or it could form part of your continuing development.
At USW, our courses are built with the needs of the industry in mind to help you gain all the skills you need to succeed.
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