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The Naval Architecture MSc is designed to provide the necessary knowledge and skills in naval architecture theory, analysis and design procedures, as applied to naval and merchant ships, so that students may be easily integrated into industrial ship design teams. Read more
The Master of Engineering Leadership (MEL) in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering is designed for engineers who want to accelerate their career by leading and supervising teams and managing complex technical projects. Read more
This MSc will suit engineering, mathematics and physical sciences graduates who wish to specialise in the maritime engineering science sector. Read more
This course equips you with an understanding of naval architecture and its practical application. You will gain knowledge in ship design, hydrodynamic performance, ship production and structures. Read more
The . Master of Engineering in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering.  (MEng NAME) is an interdisciplinary, industry-focused program that trains students in the design and construction of ships and other structures in the marine environment. Read more
Why this course?. The Faculty of Engineering runs a multidisciplinary postgraduate course entitled Sustainable Engineering with a number of different themes, one of which is offshore renewable energy. Read more
Do you have a passion for naval architecture and dream of designing the next generation of superyachts? Southampton Solent’s unique superyacht design master’s programme – the only one of its kind the UK – blends naval architecture and structural design with management skills to help provide you with essential career-boosting skills. Read more
Why this course?. This programme is for graduate engineers in naval architecture, offshore engineering, mechanical engineering and other related disciplines who wish to pursue a career in offshore engineering. Read more
Why this course?. Marine Technology is one of the pathways offered in the Sustainable Engineering programme. The course is designed for experienced or newly qualified engineers in. Read more
Why this course?. This course was developed in response to the demand for design engineers who can design and assess new ships and offshore structures. Read more
Why this course?. This programme allows graduate engineers or those from related disciplines to specialise in, or convert to, marine engineering. Read more
Do you want to forge your future in the marine industry? Develop an advanced understanding of both marine engineering and naval architecture on a course that will equip you with a refined knowledge of nautical design and mechanics. Read more
Why this course?. This course is designed to give graduate engineers and well-qualified sea-going personnel an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills required for technical ship management. . Read more
Why this course?. This programme is designed for graduate engineers in naval architecture, offshore engineering, mechanical engineering and other related disciplines who wish to acquire advanced knowledge in a broad range of subjects of ship and offshore technologies. Read more
Why this course?. As oil is required to be extracted in deeper and rougher seas, new demands continue to be imposed on design development as well as new installation and inspection techniques. Read more

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