MSc(Eng) in EnergyE
Each candidate is required to follow a prescribed course of study comprising 12 modules, out of which the candidate has to pass at least 8 core modules selected from the List of Core Modules. The candidate can select to undertake a project in lieu of 4 modules, and has to pass at least 5 core modules. The candidate can select elective MSc modules offered by other departments of the Faculty of Engineering.
If you are interested in taking MSc projects offered by the EEE department, you are invited to visit the following link, http://intranet.eee.hku.hk/mscproject/projlist.asp, which will be updated by approximately Sept. 16 each year.
You can then contact directly appropriate colleagues for more details. Alternatively, you can contact directly potential colleagues for self proposed projects.
If both the supervisor and student agree to work on a given project, you should fill in an application form, download here or available from Ms. Danita Lee (email@example.com) in the general office, and forward it to the department.
Please note that you can also enroll the "project" course online at the second semester.
The project may last for one year or slightly longer time. You are also
Scheme A training
We are given to understand that the HKIE has decided, with immediate effect, that for engineering graduates from UK (and Ireland in near future), their registration for the HKIE scheme "A" training requires a satisfactory completion of a MSc thesis prior to the registration. This follows a recent change in the qualification requirements of IET (formally IEE).
Thus for UK graduates who are interested in joining the scheme "A" training of HKIE, or wish to apply for a full HKIE membership, please clarify your current status with the HKIE. The clarification may help you to assess your needs in enroling for a project in your MSc studies.
Should you have any queries, please feel free to contact us (email:
List of Core Modules
MSc (Eng) in Energy Engineering (2012-2013)
Courses Offered (2012-2013)
1st Semester (17/9/12-5/1/13)Grand-Total for 2012-2013 Academic Year: 11 courses.
2nd Semester (21/1/13-1/6/13)
(Updated on Dec 1 2012)