MSc in Petroleum Engineering 

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FACULTY

Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering

STUDY PROGRAMME

Petroleum Engineering 

QUALIFICATION

MSc in Petroleum Engineering 

LEVEL

MSc

DURATION

4 semesters

TEACHING MODE

on-site / blended

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

English (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent) 

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

BSc or BEng degree (minimum 6 semesters) in Petroleum engineering, Petroleum Geology, or Chemical engineering in condition if it includes some petroleum upstream courses

ECTS CREDITS TO COLLECT

120

TUITION FEE

3500 EUR/semester

OTHER FEES

150 EUR application fee

LECTURE, SEMINAR - PRACTICE

60 %.  -    40 %

SHORT DESCRIPTION: The aim of the program is to train highly qualified engineers who possess the knowledge and skills needed for the engineering work involved in the planning, implementation and operation of the technology and infrastructure essential for the exploration, production, processing and transport of oil, natural gas and water supplies.

SPECIALIZATIONS: -

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION: 

Stage 1 – Eligibility Screening:
Based on the documents uploaded to the Dreamapply system filtering out applicants who are not eligible (relevance of bachelor’s degree to those listed in the programme offer description, no language certificate (B2 or higher) of any kind, or a certificate of study conducted in English).

Stage 2 – Evaluation based on uploaded documents:
Based on the documents uploaded to the Dreamapply system, applicants may be awarded 30 points. Professional background (qualification and work experience) based on transcript of records (15 points) and motivation letter (10 points) as well as ranking of HEI where the previous degree was obtained (5 points).

Stage 3 – Online Entrance Exam:
During the 20-30 minute online entrance exam, we use pre-set entrance questions to assess the applicant’s management knowledge and skills related to profession, topic of previous thesis work or project assignment and language proficiency. Applicants can score a maximum of 70 points (professional background: 50 points + spoken language: 20 points).

Stage 4 – Final Evaluation:
Applicants can score a maximum of 100 points (evaluation based on uploaded documents: 30 points and online entrance exam: 70 points). Applicants who score at least 60 points will be admitted to the MBA program. Applicants who score less than 60 points will be rejected.

CAREER PROSPECTS: Graduates possess the theoretical knowledge needed to carry out and manage exploration and production tasks in their area of expertise at a level that meets international standards of petroleum companies.

 

 

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