Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences

Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences

Petroleum Engineering (Master's Programme) and Petroleum Geosciences (Master's Programme)

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MSG1, Fri Jun 14 03:40:48 MEST 2024 | M2
There will be no admission to the MSc in Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences in 2024.

The master's degree programmes in Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences focuses on the following areas of activity:

  • Exploration and production of oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf
  • Methods for increased oil recovery
  • Develop platform solutions and subsea production systems for great water depths
  • Demands for environmental considerations in the northern regions

Digital competence for designing tomorrow's solutions

These programmes of study include information- and computer technology.

Having digital expertise in petroleum engineering entails a unique combination where you as a professional can help define needs and solutions within your core area, and together with specialists, develop new effective solutions using digitization and automation.

As a petroleum engineer with additional expertise in computer engineering, digitization and automation, you will be central in designing tomorrow's solutions. The competence is not limited to the petroleum industry and is also applicable in several other industries.

Read more about what you will learn

There are great work opportunities within the traditional as well as the future oil industry. Possible work places include Norwegian and international oil companies, consultancy firms and service providers.

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As a student on Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences you will be part of an academic environment that encompasses a broad spectrum of fields and is multi-cultural in nature. You will also have access to excellent learning facilities.

Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences students is part of the student organisation Bergstuderendes Forening.

Trondheim is known for its great student environment and has been named Norway's best student city. Whatever you like to do in your spare time, you will definitely find something to do in Trondheim. 

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Master in Petroleum Engineering and Master in Petroleum Geosciences is a two years full-time study and constitutes a course load of 120 ECTS credits. The language of instruction is English. 

It is possible to take one semester abroad during your studies.

Read more about the programme structure

MSc in Petroleum Engineering and MSc in Petroleum Geosciences will be replaced by MSc in Geoscience and Georesources from the academic year 2023/24.

We can help you with your study plan, compulsory and optional subjects, exams, deadlines and other general questions about the programme of study.

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