We are very excited to announce the imminent launch of brand-new MSc programmes at four of our TEA-LP Partner Universities.
Students have already registered for the all-new MSc. in Sustainable Energy and Energy Access at Moi University, and classes are set to begin following an orientation ‘bootcamp’ for the new students in Eldoret. We wish all the new students at Moi all the very best in their exciting studies ahead!
Three other partner universities have also launched their respective programmes, with students set to register and begin their energy access learning journey before year-end. You can find the links to their web-pages below:
- UniPort (University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria) – MSc. in Energy Access and Renewable Energy Technology
- Strathmore University (Nairobi, Kenya) – MSc. in Sustainable Energy Transitions
- MUBAS (Malawi University of Business & Applied Science, Blantyre) – MSc. in Sustainable Energy
Congratulations are due to each of the four partner university teams and their colleagues, who have worked immensely hard (during unprecedentedly-challenging times) to bring these new programmes to reality, and we wish them and their prospective students well.
We can also announce that Gulu’s MSc in Renewable Energy Access programme was recently formally approved by the Gulu University Senate. It, along with the PAU online Mini-grid, Digitalisation and Entrepreneurship programme, are likely to launch in early 2022.