Our courses are designed for graduates (or those with equivalent qualifications), either coming directly from University or having had industrial or other relevant experience.
Marine Technology Courses
- Marine Engineering: MSc
- Marine Transport Management: MSc
- Naval Architecture: MSc
- Offshore Engineering: MSc
- Pipeline Engineering: MSc, PGDip, PGCert
- Subsea Engineering and Management: MSc
- Technology in the Marine Environment: MRes
- Marine Technology International (Singapore): MSc
- Marine Technology Education Consortium (MTEC): MSc, PGDip, PGCert
- Engineering and Science in the Marine Environment: Integrated PhD
Our full-time courses start the end of September. For some courses, part-time study is possible, typically over a two or three year period.
What our students say
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We are working with major global organisations to solve the challenges facing the shipping industry, including cutting carbon emissions.
Interested in this? Check out our Masters course in Marine Engineering.
Many of our courses are accredited, providing you with a great foundation for professional registration. It also shows our programmes have been assessed to meet the needs of industry.
Our accrediting bodies include:
NEPIA Scholarship: Marine Transport ManagementNEPIA Scholarship: Marine Transport Management
The North of England P&I Association Ltd generously provides an annual scholarship of £2,500 for a student enrolled on the Marine Transport Management MSc at Newcastle University. The aim is to encourage into marine insurance or other branches of shipping services either a suitably qualified seafarer looking to transition to shore-based work or an engineering graduate seeking to move into the service sector.
Applications are invited from engineering graduates or from suitably qualified (degree level) seafarers who hold an offer to study Marine Transport Management at Newcastle University in the coming year. Please send a letter outlining your experience and aspirations to:
Dr. Paul Stott
Marine Offshore and Subsea Technology
School of Engineering
Newcastle upon Tyne
Closing date for applications for academic year 2019/2020 is Friday 2 August 2019. Payment of the scholarship will be made in four equal instalments over the year, starting once the successful applicant has registered for the course at Newcastle and is attending teaching.