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MSc Petroleum Engineering is a one-year, full-time programme, designed to train professionals in the work-flow concepts now prevailing in the oil and gas industries, and to produce engineers that are fully prepared to work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams. The course begins in early October, and leads to award of a Master of Science (MSc) degree and to the Diploma of Imperial College (DIC). The MSc course in Petroleum Engineering operates as an intensive 12-month conversion course, equiping engineering and science graduates from other disciplines with the academic and technical specialities required to practice as a petroleum engineer in the modern petroleum and allied service industries, and which are also desirable prior to embarking on more focused PhD research programmes. The course is designed for those with industrial experience as well as for new graduates seeking careers in the petroleum industry. The course is run by the Centre for Petroleum Studies, and is integrated with the MSc Petroleum Geoscience and MSc Petroleum Geophysics courses. These courses share common disciplines and training in allied subjects. The interdependency of the two disciplines is emphasised throughout the course, including a major integrated team project involving the interpretation, synthesis and presentation of engineering, geological and geophysical data.

MSc Petroleum Engineering is a one-year, full-time programme, designed to train professionals in the work-flow concepts now prevailing in the oil and gas industries, and to produce engineers that are fully prepared to work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams. The course begins in early October, and leads to award of a Master of Science (MSc) degree and to the Diploma of Imperial College...

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