Newcastle University

PNU Korea-UK Global Graduate
Program in Offshore Engineering

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School of Marine Science and Technology in Newcastle University

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The School was the first marine school in the UK to provide a single base for all education, innovation and research and now enjoy an international reputation, attracting students from over 40 countries each year. Its staff undertake research for the maritime sector and it has a range of expertise in marine technology and in the interface between environmental sustainability and marine science and technology.

Courses

1) Offshore Engineering

  • Advanced Offshore Design
  • Research and Commercial Skills
  • Advanced Hydrodynamics
  • Mooring Riser and Drilling Systems
  • Fundamentals of Naval Architecture
  • Advanced Marine Structures
  • Hydrocarbon Production and Process Engineering

2) Pipeline Engineering

  • Safety, Risk and Environmental Management
  • Hydrocarbon Production and Process Engineering
  • Materials and Fabrication
  • Corrosion and Corrosion Control
  • Pipeline Structural Analysis
  • Dynamics of Offshore Installations
  • Design and Construction
  • Asset Management
  • Commercial Awareness
  • Fundamentals of Pipeline Engineering
  • Pipeline Engineering Project

3) Subsea Engineering and Management

  • Subsea Control and Communication Systems
  • Fundamentals of Subsea Engineering - Semester 1
  • Materials and Corrosion Aspects of Subsea
    Engineering
  • Reliability and Integrity Management of Subsea Systems
  • Subsea Surveying, Positioning and Installation
  • Subsea Engineering and Management Project
  • Design and Manufacture of Pipelines, Risers and Umbilicals
  • Dynamics of Subsea Installations
     
  • Subsea Project Management Application
  • Advanced Operations Management

Requirements for Degree Award

  • 180 credits (100~120 credits for taught and 60~80 credits for project)
  • Individual Project Completion