Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Energy Engineering
Energy Engineering is a broad field dealing with energy efficiency, energy product design and services, facility management, plant engineering, environmental compliance, and alternative energy technologies.
The main job of an Energy Engineer is to find the most efficient and sustainable way to power our homes, businesses and industrial processes.
This discipline is one of the most recent to emerge, driven by exciting new opportunities:
to generate, distribute and store energy
to deliver energy efficiency using smart devices
to monitor energy use, and energy services
GMIT offers students access to state-of-the-art, energy dedicated teaching and research laboratories. The Energy Engineering degree is accredited by Engineers Ireland at Associate Engineer level. GMIT’s Energy Engineers have the skills and knowledge that are highly sought after by multinationals, government agencies and businesses worldwide to meet the challenges of climate change and the decarbonisation of the world economy. Our graduates have a 100% employment record.
Recognition by Professional Bodies
It is envisaged that that the programme itself will be professionally accredited by Engineers Ireland.
Students will be liable for an additional materials fee of €100 per year for certain full time programmes.
This fee is not covered by Granting Authorities.
Material Fees are not applicable to either Erasmus, Part-Time or Full time Non-EU students
Dr Carine Gachon
Phone: +353 (0)91 742106
E-mail: Carine Gachon
Galway City, Dublin Road
Method of Delivery
Mode of Study
Why Study this course?
High Graduate Employment
Our graduates have a 100% employment record
The Energy Engineering degree is accredited by Engineers Ireland at Associate Engineer Level
The programme includes a work placement in year 3
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