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Technology and policy offer key routes for the delivery of transformational change. However, without the creation of talent and skills, the capacity to deliver the change is missing. The Birmingham Energy Institute has developed a range of educational programmes, with a track record of delivering quality graduates to create a talent pipeline.

Our programmes are delivered by academics and industrialists to blend theory with practice equipping graduates to transform the energy landscape and create real impact on future societies. 

Undergraduate Programmes 

 Postgraduate Programmes 

Centre of Doctoral Training

The University of Birmingham is a co-collaborator in the Midlands Energy Graduate School (MEGS), which offers enhanced training for postgraduate students. As a doctoral researcher in energy at Birmingham you will have access to summer schools, seminars, study visits and conferences, and the opportunity to meet students from the other consortium universities - Nottingham and Loughborough. Having membership to this network of energy postgraduates and researchers, and access to the specialist modules offered by the universities, gives you the chance to broaden your knowledge and horizons for the benefit of your research and your career.

If you are already at Birmingham and wish to join or register for a course, please email MEGS at megs-administrator@nottingham.ac.uk indicating your current position and contact details of your research supervisor if appropriate.

Technology and policy offer key routes for the delivery of transformational change. However, without the creation of talent and skills, the capacity to deliver the change is missing. The Birmingham Energy Institute has developed a range of educational programmes, with a track record of delivering quality graduates to create a talent pipeline.