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Master of Clean Energy Technologies’ Programme in collaboration with Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

The University of Jaffna inaugurated ‘Master of Clean Energy Technologies’ Programme in collaboration with Western Norway University of Applied Sciences held on 19th September 2020. This Master of clean energy technologies programme is the first of its kind in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is foreseeing a clean energy future. The planned Master programme will help to produce the required technical workforce to accelerate clean energy technologies in Sri Lanka.

The University of Jaffna and the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) jointly developed the curriculum under HRNCET and CBERC projects . The courses will be taught by qualified academics from the universities in Sri Lanka, India, USA, Sweden, and Norway. Students who excel in their masters will have an opportunity to continue their studies towards the split-site PhD programme in Norway.

The Master programme comprises of two tracks. First is a one-year Master of Clean Energy Technologies with only taught courses and the other is a two-year Master of Science in Clean Energy Technologies. HVL collaborated with UoJ and received funding from the Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation (NORPART) and further funding from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Sri Lanka for higher education and research in nanomaterials for clean energy technologies.

Academics who contributed to developing Curricula of Master Degree programmes in Clean Energy Technologies

Dr.T.Pathmathas and Dr.M.K.Ahilan will coordinate this programme.

Further detail of the course please visit http://project.jfn.ac.lk/hrncet/

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