School of Engineering

Marine Technology: Masters

Marine Technology

The majority of our taught postgraduate courses run for 12 months, providing an opportunity for advanced study in specialist marine disciplines.

Our courses are designed for graduates (or those with equivalent qualifications), either coming directly from University or having had industrial or other relevant experience.

We are currently enhancing our taught programmes to:

  • provide more industrial context
  • offer more flexibility and choice
  • deliver an enhanced educational experience

This information will be available in April 2020. If you have any queries in the meantime, please email SoE.LT@ncl.ac.uk

Marine Technology Courses

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.

Funding Opportunity

The Hodcroft Larsen postgraduate scholarship is available for female, home students. 

What our students say

Find out what's it like to be a postgraduate marine technology student. Read our student profiles.

Our research

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.


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