IFNTUOG Institute of Information Technologies in collaboration with London South Bank University is pleased to present you MSc in Information Technologies for Sustainable Energy Engineering master degree programme/

MSc in Information Technologies for Sustainable Energy Engineering is a postgraduate qualification in an emerging and interdisciplinary field, based on the Institute of Information Technologies. It offers a contemporary qualification to master’s level students, who wish to develop their academic research and applied learning at the postgraduate level.

The course focuses on the intersection of information technologies and sustainable energy engineering, equipping graduates with the knowledge and skills to design, develop, and implement innovative solutions that promote sustainability in the energy sector. As the world moves towards a low-carbon economy, the demand for professionals with expertise in sustainable energy engineering and information technologies will continue to grow. Graduates of this course will be well-positioned to take on leadership roles in a variety of sectors, including energy companies, government agencies, consulting firms, and non-profit organisations.

Furthermore, the course is important because it supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure). By training professionals in the field of sustainable energy engineering and information technologies, the course contributes to the achievement of these important goals.

Also, the proposed course can be particularly important in the context of rebuilding the post-war economy in Ukraine:

  • War in Ukraine has severely impacted the country's energy sector. Developing a strong domestic renewable energy sector through this course can help reduce Ukraine's dependence on imported energy and improve its energy security.

  • Developing a sustainable energy sector can also contribute to economic growth by creating new jobs and attracting foreign investment. The course equips graduates with the skills and knowledge needed to design, develop, and implement innovative solutions in the energy sector, which can help spur entrepreneurship and innovation in the sector.

  • War in Ukraine has also led to environmental damage, such as the destruction of critical infrastructure and contamination of water sources. Developing a sustainable energy sector can help mitigate the environmental impact of the conflict and contribute to long-term environmental sustainability.

  • The course can also help foster international partnerships and cooperation, which can be critical for Ukraine's post-war recovery. By collaborating with international experts and institutions in sustainable energy, Ukrainian professionals can gain access to the latest technologies and best practices, as well as opportunities for joint research and development.