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The MSc Subsurface Energy Engineering programme offers a unique opportunity for students with a background in engineering or geological sciences to delve into the fascinating world of subsurface energy systems. With a focus on achieving cleaner and more sustainable energy, this programme equips students with essential engineering and modelling skills. You'll learn about subsurface characterisation, rock and fluid physics, reservoir modelling, and more. The programme also offers field trips and the chance to work with industry professionals during your research. Entry requirements include a 2.1 honours degree in engineering or geological sciences, with relevant industrial experience also considered. Join us and become a leader in the future of energy.

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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.  

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Entry Requirements

Upper second (2.1) class honours degree in engineering subjects (chemical, civil, mechanical, petroleum engineering), or in geological sciences (geology, geophysics, petroleum geology, petrophysics, hydrogeology) with an evident background in engineering mathematics. Relevant industrial experience may also be considered alongside a previous degree.

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