Course code: #M1268
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Renewable energy is a crucial driver for a sustainable global future, and this course will provide you with the background needed to create a sustainable future for our planet.
This course at Murdoch offers advanced training in renewable and sustainable energy systems, sustainable energy policy and development, energy efficiency and carbon management.
You’ll learn the advanced interdisciplinary skills required to design, optimise and evaluate renewable energy schemes' technical, social and economic viability.
Gain practical experience and learn from experts from the Murdoch University Energy Research and Innovation Group (MUERI), with the opportunity to undertake a dissertation in an area you’re passionate about.
You’ll graduate with a globally recognised multi-disciplinary degree taught by researchers at the forefront of their fields.
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,620|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,700|
Suppose you do not currently meet Murdoch's minimum English or academic requirements. In that case, the university has a range of options available through the following partner institutions that can help you meet the admission requirements and get you into a Murdoch degree:
Phoenix Academy is one of Murdoch University’s Preferred Pathway Partners to offer both English and Academic programs.
Upon completing all AEP course requirements, you are eligible for direct entry at either an undergraduate or postgraduate course with no IELTS test required at Murdoch University (some course exclusions may apply).
International students can also use the internet-based Phoenix English Proficiency Test (iPEPT) for direct entry into Murdoch's courses for all 2022 intakes and 2023 Trimester 1, Trimester 2 and Semester 1 intakes.
PHOENIX CLASS LEVEL COMPARISON TABLE
|Class Description||CEFR*||iPEPT* Level||Expected progress|
approx. TOFEL Band Score Equivalent
|approx. IELTS Band Score Equivalent||Recommended Entry Point for further study|
|Pre-Intermediate A||Social||A2||30%||6-10 wks||30-40||3|
|Pre-Intermediate B||A2+||35%||6-10 wks||3.5|
|Intermediate A||Vocational||B1||40%||6-10 wks||41-52||4|
|Intermediate B||B1+||50%||6-10 wks||61||5|
|Pre-Advanced/ Express English||B2+||60%||6-10 wks||79-80||6|
Bachelor Degree; Cambridge C AE; Internship; Postgraduate Coursework
*exceptions are Bachelorof Law, Bachelorof Nursing, Veterinary Science, Bachelor of Education
|Advanced A||Technical||Cl||65%||6-10 wks||88-89||6.5||Postgraduate Research|
|Advanced B||Cl+||70%||6-10 wks||92-93||7||CELTA|
|Expert A||Expert||C2||75%||6-10 wks||96 -110||7.5+||DELTA, TAE|
|Expert B||C2+||80%||6-10 wks||111-120||7.5+|
Recognised Bachelor's degree (AQF Level 7) or higher, or equivalent training, or professional experience in a related area
Students may be eligible for advanced standing in the Masters if they have achieved AQF Level 8 in a recognised, cognate discipline.
Some of the units taken assume some prior knowledge.
The most common of these is the high school Physics prerequisite for units such as Energy in Society, Energy Management and Energy System Some students may therefore need to complete additional prerequisite units.
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