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Thermal Engineering degrees in China

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Study a Thermal Engineering degree in China in 2024

Concerning the movement of heat energy and transfer, thermal engineering looks at the process of converting thermal energy into chemical, mechanical or electrical energy. As a thermal engineering, you will have knowledge of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Your career path includes a wide variety of options, as many industries require the knowledge of a thermal engineer.

During a Thermal Engineering degree, you will cover a range of topics. These will likely include both engineering basics, and more specific modules as well. Some examples of these modules you might study include:

  • Renewable Energy
  • Heat Transfer Enhancement
  • Industrial Thermal Operations
  • Thermal Energy Systems
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

Study in China

China has long been regarded as a global superpower when it comes to economic, business and political standing. Its reputation as a higher education destination has taken longer to earn, but is rewarded on merit. The country's government has invested in university and higher education over the last few years, with the aim to increase the international student population. This investment has meant that there are many more courses offered in English than there were a few years ago, making China a new and exciting destination for international students.

See our detailed guide to studying in China for international students.

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