School of Marine Science and Technology | International DUBAI

MSc in Marine Technology (International) DUBAI

Introduction

The MSc in Marine Technology (International) has been developed with the aim of giving graduates in the maritime industry access to a high quality, flexible and innovative masters programme with minimum disruption to their working commitments. The programme mirrors postgraduate programmes successfully delivered by Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. Modules are delivered in the host country via a combination of distance learning material and week- long intensive schools.
Programme Description

The programme enables graduates working in the marine industry to gain the necessary skills in advanced technologies, management and business. The programme is dynamic and aims to respond to the current challenges and demands of the global maritime sector.

The MSc consists of ten 10-credit taught modules and an 80-credit work-based project, and can be completed in just over two years. Modules are also available on a stand alone basis as Continuing Professional Development. Each taught module requires approximately 100 hours of study time. Students are required to work through distance learning material (provided via a web-based virtual learning environment) before attending a locally- delivered intensive school.

The following taught modules are currently available:

  • Advanced Marine Design
  • Advanced Marine Engineering Design
  • Advanced Offshore Technology
  • Law for Marine Engineers
  • Managing Human Resources
  • Marine Project Management
  • Marine Systems Control
  • Optimisation in Engineering Design
  • Regulatory Framework for the Marine industry
  • Surveying Ships and Offshore Installations

The School of Marine Science and Technology

The School of Marine Science and Technology is the largest school of its kind in Europe and is the first marine school in the United Kingdom to provide a single base for all education, innovation and research related to the sea. Marine Technologists at Newcastle recognise that the use of the sea and waterways for energy resources, transport and leisure is growing rapidly, and lead the development of new solutions for sustainable marine industries. Research activities underpin teaching on all programmes.

The School enjoys a substantial international reputation, with a history of over one hundred years of excellent teaching provision.

The MSc in Marine Technology (International) is now being launched in Dubai in collaboration with Emirates International Maritime Academy. It is strategically located in the UAE to serve aspiring students from GCC and neighbouring countries. The UAE has a thriving maritime sector and Dubai is fast developing into a maritime centre.

Entry Requirements

Candidates normally require a first degree in a related discipline (2.2 or above). Students with non-standard entry qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. Applicants whose first language is not English require IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.

How to apply

For further information or an application form please contact the Programme Administrators:

School of Marine Science & Technology,
University of Newcastle upon Tyne,
Armstrong Building,
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 7RU T
elephone: +44 (0)191 208 6104/6718 Fax: +44 (0)191 208 5491
E-mail: j.h.storey@ncl.ac.uk
www.ncl.ac.uk/marine

Ranjita Dutta Emirates International Maritime Academy P O Box 117774 Dubai UAE Telephone: +971 4 345 5545 ext 538 Mobile: +971 50 6005499 Fax: +971 4 345 5433 E-mail: Ranjita.Dutta@dubaimaritimecity.ae
www.eima.ae

Newcastle University

Established in 1834, Newcastle University is one of the oldest civic universities in the United Kingdom and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of twenty internationally recognized research-intensive universities. Today it is one of the country’s leading academic institutions.

Key Benefits

• Students are able to study for an internationally recognised qualification while continuing to work full-time.
• Flexible teaching delivery, e.g. at weekends and in the evenings, to minimise disruption to working arrangements.
• The programme provides students with enhanced technical and managerial techniques which will enable them to take on major responsibility early on in their careers.
• Students are taught locally by academic staff from Newcastle University.
• The programme is accredited by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) and the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA).