As from 2018, the Department of E & E Eng is offering a new Structured M.Eng programme in Smart Grid Technology. This is a new course offering in response to worldwide evolutional processes in the electrical energy domain. These are seen to be technologically very exciting, but will also have considerable impact on conventional networks, in the near to medium future.
Administrative / Academic Requirements:
Any four year engineering B-degree, any BTech degree in engineering, or a BSc degree with a major in Physics
Duration and Teaching Load:
One, or two years; Full time- or part-time basis. One week block per module with 45 hours of contact and additional work via distance education. Successful completion of all modules is followed by a thesis project, as set out elsewhere. Each block carries 15 credits and the project 60 credits. Modules are presented on both NQF levels 8 and 9, but at least four modules must be taken at NQF level 9.
Details of the content in the different course modules, are available on this page.
How to Apply:
The application procedure for this programme, can be found on this page