Thursday, October 3, 2019

United Kingdom: One Year Masters Course in Subsurface Energy Engineering

MSc Subsurface Energy Engineering - The University of Manchester
  • Degree awarded: Master of Science
  • Duration: MSc FT - 12 months
  • UK/EU students (per annum): £11,500
  • International students (per annum): £25,000
The Subsurface Energy Engineering Masters Programme offers a fascinating integrated taught and research curriculum in the context of energy and utilisation of subsurface systems to achieve cleaner and more sustainable energy. 

Geosystems in this context play a critical role as they not only offer sources of fossil fuels (oil and gas) but also renewable energy (e.g., geothermal energy) and capacity for decarbonisation (geological CO2 sequestration). The MSc Subsurface Energy Engineering - jointly developed in collaboration with the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences - will give a unique opportunity to students - with a prior qualification in engineering -  to learn engineering and modelling skills required such as  subsurface characterisation, rock and fluid physics, multiphase flow and transport in subsurface system, reservoir modelling and simulations, and reservoir fluid thermodynamics.  Students will acquire a deep and systematic conceptual understanding and practical engineering skills needed for diverse industry applications such as reservoir engineering, geothermal engineering and carbon sequestration. Additionally, the programme offers unique opportunities to talented students to work with the industry during the MSc research. More Information........

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