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University of Plymouth

The University of Plymouth is a dynamic, ambitious and award-winning institution with a research-led culture that encourages innovative and creative ideas with the confidence to turn these into reality. 

Our student body represents over 100 nations and we boast numerous global academic and research links, meaning a degree studied with us is a truly international one. 

In 2021 the University was ranked among the world’s top 25 – and 1st for marine – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.

GREAT Scholarships 2022

The University of Plymouth has two GREAT Scholarships available for the 2022-23 academic year for a student from India and Singapore, in the following subjects:

  • MSc Applied Marine Science
  • MRes Marine Biology
  • MSc Marine Conservation
  • MSc Sustainable Environmental Management
  • MSc Environmental Consultancy
  • MSc Coastal Engineering
  • MSc Offshore Renewable Energy
  • MSc Offshore Renewable Energy Engineering; 
  • MSc Sustainable Aquaculture
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Further information about the subjects

MSc Offshore Renewable Energy Engineering

This programme equips graduates of engineering and science degrees with the skills they need to join the rapidly growing offshore renewable energy industry, incorporating offshore wind, wave and tidal energy. You’ll learn how the disciplines of meteorology, aerodynamics, mechanical, control, electrical, structural and offshore engineering are utilised in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver a cost-effective offshore power station.

MSc Sustainable Environmental Management

This programme, accredited by the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment, provides an outstanding foundation for a career in environmental management by providing diverse perspectives and practical training on the scientific, economic, ethical and political challenges of sustainability and environmental protection.

MSc Sustainable Aquaculture

Aquaculture is recognised as the fastest growth sector of agribusiness. Today, 50% of the fish we eat are farmed and by 2030 it will be 60%. Our multidisciplinary approach places emphasis on the sustainable use of aquatic and marine resources for commercial exploitation of food and products. Discover the scientific rationale for improving aquatic animal health and production, reducing environmental impact, and addressing the socio-economic factors.