Master of Engineering
Energy Technology & Management
The applicant must hold a first degree in engineering with the least final GPA of 2.75 or is placed in the top 25% of the class. Other applicants may be admitted on conditions that they receive approvement from JGSEE Executive Committee.
In all programmes, the applicants should consult with their would-be supervisor on the possible thesis topic before applying. Potential applicants should also observe that the teachings are conducted in English, therefore, they should have a good command of the language.
Program component thesis 21 credits and graduation requirements at least 1 national journal paper
Program component thesis 12 credits and internship or international internship 9 credits, graduation requirements at least 1 international conference paper
Program component Research study 6 credits.
Total program credits