Help shape the future of energy transition.
Gain the specialist engineering skills you need to work in offshore energy, including renewables. Join a Masters in Offshore Engineering that gives you greater opportunities across the wider field of marine energy.
You’ll learn how the technology and expertise of subsea oil and gas production and infrastructure installation can be repurposed for the marine renewables industry.
Uniquely, this degree includes courses on renewables and marine environment impact assessments, alongside industry-focused courses on subsea construction.
It’s open to recent graduates and engineers from a wide range of disciplines, including:
- civil engineering
- mechanical engineering
- petroleum engineering
- and to electrical and electronic engineers interested in a career in subsea controls.
- A 2:1 (upper-second) UK honours degree (or equivalent) in any branch of Engineering.
You can also apply if you have:
- a 2:1 UK honours degree (or equivalent) in Applied Mathematics or Physics
- or a 2:2 UK honours degree (or equivalent) in Engineering and three or more years of relevant industry experience.
These are our minimum entry requirements. They are given as a guide and do not guarantee entry.