The MSc in Energy for Circular Economy Program is offered through collaboration between four Sri Lankan state universities (UOM, OUSL, UOP, and UOR) and European Universities such as KTH, University of Twente, and CentraleSupélec. This program is entirely online, complemented by remote laboratories to enhance your laboratory skills, data acquisition, and interpretation. Further, it introduces a novel approach with repository-based teaching materials, ensuring a flexible learning experience. Live sessions with academics further support your educational journey.
Programme Information at Glance
Masters of Science in Energy for Circular Economy consists of course work and a research component
- Duration : 2 years
- Course work : 90 ECTS Credits/45 SLQF Credits
- Thesis Research : 30 ECTS Credits/15 SLQF Credits
- Total Credits : 120 ECTS Credits/60 SLQF Credits
The courses of the study programme are made available to the learners in 4 semesters where the last semester is devoted to a research project. The study programme consists of four tracks of specialization, that are to be offered by each of the four partner universities as given below. Semesters 1 and 2 cover common courses that lay the foundation for all four tracks. Selection of elective courses and a track specialization will be according to the preference of the students. Students undertake a research project of 15 SLQF credits in Semester 4, relevant to the specialization. All Student will register at The Open University of Sri Lanka for Semesters 1 and 2 courses, and transfer to the university which offers the specialization the student wishes to follow for Semesters 3 and 4.
First Year Curricula
Year 1 (Semesters 1 and 2 courses) common curriculum consists of courses in the areas of energy, and circular economy together with a challenge project running over both semesters. These courses will support the students to have a broad understanding of different areas of energy and they are better placed to select a specialization in for the second year of study. The first-year courses are coordinated by The Open University of Sri Lanka.
Second Year Curricula
The second year is your chance to focus on the areas that interest you the most. Students can choose courses from the following areas of specialization that will determine which university you will attend in the second year.
- Energy for Industry (offered by The Open University of Sri Lanka)
- Renewable Energy Systems (offered by University of Moratuwa) – (Department of Chemical and Process Engineering is coordinating the UoM program)
- Power Generation and Supply (offered by University of Peradeniya)
- Energy Technology and Management (offered by University of Ruhuna)
For more on entrée qualifications: https://eusl.edu.lk/admission_requirements.php
For more information: https://eusl.edu.lk/
Apply online: https://reginfo.ou.ac.lk/pgd/applyonline/