The University of Melbourne offers interdisciplinary energy graduate programs at Masters and Ph.D. level. These include a the Masters of Energy Systems and Australian-German College of Climate and Energy Transitions.
Master of Energy Systems
This program integrates the study of the technology, business and science of energy, focusing on the key areas of: evaluating energy systems; energy-related investment decisions; policy development and implementation; and greenhouse gas management issues.
Research and Coursework Higher Degree
Pursue interdisciplinary energy research at a world-class institution - broaden your horizons and hone your expertise at The University of Melbourne.
The MEI Internship program provides prospective PhD students with 12 week internships on energy-related research at the University.
The RWTH Aachen – University of Melbourne Joint PhD Group
This joint program is an international cohort of researchers and Joint PhD Candidates across The University of Melbourne, Australia, and RWTH Aachen, Germany.
Where can studying with us take you?
Meet Graduate Researcher Mathieu Pichault. Mathieu Pichault is a PhD student undertaking research under the joint supervision of academic staff in Earth Sciences and Mechanical Engineering. His passion for sustainability and climate change led him to his PhD. His research looks at characterising, detecting and forecasting wind power ramps at the wind farm scale to optimise the integration of wind farms into the grid.