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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY

WHAT IT IS

This course offered by the National University of Singapore (NUS) provides a comprehensive coverage of topics in Offshore Engineering, Subsea Engineering and Petroleum Engineering, which are of high relevance to the offshore oil and gas industry. Students can choose to graduate with any one of the following:

  • M.Sc. (Offshore Technology)
  • M.Sc. (Offshore Technology) with Specialisation in Subsea Engineering
  • M.Sc. (Offshore Technology) with Specialisation in Petroleum Engineering

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Applications are open to candidates with a degree in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering with at least a NUS B.Eng 2nd Class Honours, or its equivalent. Candidates with other qualifications and achievements that will deem them as satisfactorily prepared for the programme may also be considered. Candidates with relevant work experience will have an advantage.

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National University of Singapore - Master of Science in Offshore Technology

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