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Curtin University Master of Science in Global Subsea Engineering
Curtin University

Master of Science in Global Subsea Engineering

Perth, Australia

14 Months

English

Full time

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AUD 38,600 / per year *

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* indicative first-year fee

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Introduction

  • CRICOS code: 094354G
  • Duration: 14 months
  • Course code: MC-GSSENG
  • Study mode: Full-time
  • Intake: July
  • Location: Perth and Aberdeen
  • Indicative first-year fee: AUD$38,600

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Course description

This course offers industry exposure to two major oil and gas hubs. Curtin has linked with The University of Aberdeen to provide a joint master degree program in subsea engineering, enabling you to learn and apply the technical knowledge required for working in the oil and gas industry in an international context. You will complete four units at each university, first in Perth and then at Aberdeen. The units may be delivered face-to-face or online, depending on the institution. You will then undertake a research project supervised jointly by Curtin and Aberdeen. This may entail an industry-sponsored topic, providing an opportunity to connect with companies in Perth or Aberdeen and gain international experience and recognition. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a degree recognising your study at both institutions.

Admission criteria

  • Recognised bachelor degree in engineering with first- or upper second class honours.
  • Meet Curtin’s English proficiency requirements.

The future of Subsea Engineering

The recent introduction of offshore floating liquefied natural gas facilities around the world will require subsea engineers to develop new deep-water technologies to bring hydrocarbon reserves to shore.

Industries

  • Oil and gas
  • Subsea

Global Subsea University Alliance

Curtin University is a founding member of the Global Subsea University Alliance. The alliance is designed to provide a global subsea education curriculum in coordination with companies that operate in that sector. It also provides opportunities for student exchange between the university members of the alliance, which include:

  • The University of Aberdeen
  • University of Houston
  • University of Bergen
  • Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • National University of Singapore

For more information visit curtin.edu/msci-global

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