Study petroleum geophysics in Thailand and benefit from modern training by leading international researchers and industry specialists at Chiang Mai University in a newly renovated and equipped facility. The courses will be taught in English.
The Department of Geological Sciences, sponsored by Thailand's major oil company PTT Exploration and Production provides a one year four months full time Petroleum Geophysics MSc. for international students.
The course is designed for students with English as a second language, and provides instruction for improving English, and as well as extra time from the usual 1 year course to help accommodate the difficulties of learning in a second language. Few scholarships are available.
The course runs from 14th August through to December (16 month period), and is offered annually. There is 1 year of class work given in 4 week modules, a geological fieldtrip, and a 4 months research project. http://www.petroleumgeophysicscmu.com/
We would also be willing to help students meeting the Program and SEAPEX requirements to apply for a Dick Murphy Scholarship. Please find more details from the following link: http://www.seapex.org/dick-murphy-scholarship
The course is offered annually. It benefits from close links with the petroleum industry, including donation of software, data examples for coursework, and the provision of scholarships.
Open to international students.
Teaching medium – English
Deadline for application: 31st March 2017
Application forms and details on how to apply can be obtained online at: http://www.petroleumgeophysicscmu.com/
Or by contacting Dr. Christopher K. Morley at email@example.com
About living in Chiang Mai and northern Thailand
•Well known tourist destination, (24th on Trip advisors 25 world best destinations).
•Old Medieval city walls.
•Relatively small but cosmopolitan city.
•Beautiful hills – many outdoor activities.
•Cool climate in winter.
•Many shopping malls, including two large new malls completed in the vicinity of the University.
•Very diverse range of food available in supermarkets and restaurants,
•Including all kinds of regional Thai food, halal food, Vietnamese, Western, Chinese, Indian, Myanmar, Mexican.
•Low cost of living.
•Lodging ~ 3,000-6,000 baht month, (100-200 USD)
•University international students building ~6,000 baht month (possibility to split cost by sharing room).
•Electric vehicles run by the university, and covered pick-ups (Song Taews) provide cheap transport around the university and off campus, •Uber taxi service, private transport such as Tuk Tuks is also available. Much of the private accommodation offered for university students is within about 15 min walk of Department of Geological Sciences.
Please find more information from the following link: http://www.petroleumgeophysicscmu.com/life-in-chaing-mai.html