UCL Energy Institute


Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc

We equip graduates to become sustainability leaders and entrepreneurs in business, policy-making and research.

As an Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc (EPEE MSC) student, you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to become a leader and innovator of business, policy-making and research.

This advanced degree programme is designed to provide a broad understanding of research concepts and methods; environmental and resource economics; modelling, methods and scenarios; environmental measurement, assessment and law; global economics and the political economy of energy and climate change.

All modules are taught by our world-class faculty who have a breadth of industrial and academic knowledge. Recent graduates have gone onto varied and challenging careers at the forefront of industry, research and academia.

Why choose The Bartlett?

We offer:

Expertise from both the UCL Energy Institute and UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources including:

  • Leading centres for research into energy systems
  • Environmental, energy and resource economics
  • Energy and environmental policy and law
  • Green economy and innovation
  • Behavioural aspects of energy use

The chance to gain in-depth practical expertise in several specific areas of analysis related to the above topics

Close connections to policy-makers, think tanks, energy and environment companies, consultancies and other businesses

About the Programme

As an EPEE MSc student, you will gain a firm grounding across all areas that are vital to the understanding and analysis of environment-energy-economy interactions.

Studying in an interdisciplinary, collaborative learning environment, you will learn, at both an introductory and advance level, about:

  • Environmental policy and law
  • Economics of the environment and natural resources
  • Issues and challenges of global energy use, including climate change
  • Fields of energy system and econometric modelling
  • Roles that innovation, business, people and society play in the energy system

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