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Engineering and the EnvironmentPostgraduate study

MSc Marine Technology

2-5 Years PT

The MSc Marine Technology is an innovative flexible training course designed to provide the marine industry within the UK with graduates who have the necessary skills and training in advanced technologies, management, business and IT. You will be able to provide the necessary leadership and vision to maintain and enhance the industry’s knowledge base and improve competitiveness.

 

Introducing your degree

The MSc Marine Technology course is run by a consortium of four UK universities recognised for their excellence in marine technology education and research: Newcastle, Strathclyde, Southampton and University College London. Normally all students are in full-time, marine-sectored employment. The course will provide you with advanced technical and managerial techniques that can be applied in the marine industry and enable you to take on major responsibility early in your career.

Programme Overview

The MSc Marine Technology course is run by a consortium of four UK universities recognised for their excellence in marine technology education and research: Newcastle, Strathclyde, Southampton and University College London. Normally all students are in full-time, marine-sectored employment.

There are eight streams: Classification and Survey; Conversion and Repair; Defence; General stream; Marine Engineering; Naval Architecture; Offshore Marine Renewable Engineering; and Small Craft Design.

 

To Apply

Admissions to this course are not dealt with by the University of Southampton. Please see the MTEC website for more details on how to apply: www.mtec.ac.uk

 

Accreditation

The course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST). In addition, the Marine Technology Education Consortium (MTEC) has recently been accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMECHE). MTEC is the only distance learning programme currently offering an accredited MSc in Marine Technology, thereby enabling graduates in the marine industry to obtain chartered engineer status whilst remaining in full-time employment.

Key Facts

The only distance learning programme currently offering an accredited MSc in Marine Technology.

The MTEC course has been approved for Panasonic Trust Awards.

The Marine Technology Education Consortium (MTEC), is a collaboration between five UK universities recognised for their excellence in marine technology education and research: Heriot-Watt, Newcastle, Strathclyde, Southampton and University College London.

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Towing tank testing
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RJ Mitchell wind tunnel

Entry Requirements

Typical entry requirements

Standard entry qualifications

A second class Bachelor Honours Degree in Marine Technology or a relevent engineering subject.

English Language requirements

Applicants whose first language is not English require IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 90 (Internet-based), or equivalent.

Selection process

All individuals are selected and treated on their relative merits and abilities in line with the University’s Equal Opportunities Policy. Disabled applicants will be treated according to the same procedures as any other applicant with the added involvement of the Disability Office to assess their needs. The programme may require adaptation for students with disabilities (e.g. hearing impairment, visual impairment, mobility difficulties, dyslexia), particularly if there are practical laboratory sessions, and we will attempt to accommodate students wherever possible.

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Modules

Typical course content

The course is delivered as a part-time modular programme, MSc students complete ten modules and a research project. PG Diploma students complete eight modules and a research project. PG Certificate students complete six modules. The full list of modules is available at the MTEC website (www.mtec.ac.uk).

Please note: This specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if s/he takes full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided. More detailed information can be found in the programme handbook (or other appropriate guide or website).

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