The Sustainable Energy Engineering Worldwide M Sc Degree program is conducted by KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden and facilitated by the Open University of Sri Lanka. This program has two streams, SPG (Sustainable Power Generation) & SEU (Sustainable Energy Utilization). The KTH and OUSL were able to offer this program for Sri Lankan students for four consecutive years from 2007. Hundreds of students are following the course and 117 students have completed their studies and obtained Master degree. The Alumni of SEE Worldwide-Sri Lanka is the association of the students in Sri Lanka who followed the SEE World MSc program.
Prof. Torsten H. Franssons’ Convocation Address on OUSL Convocation – November 14, 2018
Topic: Challenges and Changes Towards a Sustainable Society – Climate, Energy and Education. Video Copyrights By the Open University of Sri Lanka
It is with great pleasure that I as initiator of the SEE Worldwide Master program see that the Sri Lanka alumni has profited from the education received and that the graduates have prospered over the years in their career. This program was, and is still to a large extent, a forerunner for a completely new Read More
It is with much delight that I write this message to alumini web page of the SEE World MSc programme. The MSc programme in Sustainable Energy Engineering, populary known as SEE World MSc programme, is one of its kind as far as the Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL) is concerend. This is the only Read More
The Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL) is privileged to be the facilitating University of Sustainable Energy Engineering Worldwide M. Sc. (SEE World M Sc) Program conducted by the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden which is offered to Sri Lankan students on distance mode. It has been a challenge for the University, especially for Read More
Today, while whole world is talking about use of sustainable energy we can be proud of being the first to introduce a sustainable energy engineering master program to the higher education sector in Sri Lanka with the generous support of Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden. Ours is a deliberate effort to contribute to impart Read More