Flexible but rigorous period of study for graduates working in, or intending to work in, the natural gas/oil industry
Accredited by the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM)
Excellent employment prospects
A comprehensive range of subjects is studied covering the whole spectrum of natural gas engineering, providing a sound base from which to select an area of specialised study.
You may also be eligible for membership of the Gas Engineering and Management Institute and subsequently become a Chartered Engineer. Alternatively you may wish to continue your studies to PhD level, researching gas engineering or other related subjects available within the School of Computing, Science & Engineering.
This course runs over two 12 week semesters (plus the third semester or summer period for your dissertation for MSc students)
Semester 1 - October to February
Semester 2 - February to June
Semester 3 - June to September (dissertation period)
The minimum entry requirement for those from a British University with Engineering and Scientific disciplines is 2:2 degree.
Applications from practitioners without formal qualifications but with significant experience of the criminal justice system may also be considered via our Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) process.
International students must provide evidence of proficiency in English- IELTS 6.0 band score (with no element below 5.5) or above are proof of this.
International Students and student who are not EU, EEA or UK nationals are required by the Home Office and/or the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) to apply for an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) Certificate before they begin studying their course. You may need to obtain an ATAS Certificate before you come to the UK in order for you to comply with Home Office regulations. Please refer to your offer conditions.
You can find out if your programme requires an ATAS by checking the FCO website at https://www.gov.uk/academic-technology-approval-scheme with your JACS code which will be on your offer letter should you choose to make an application. If you cannot find it please contact International Conversion team at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any queries relating directly to ATAS please contact the ATAS team on Salford-ATAS@salford.ac.uk.
You can apply for your ATAS Certificate via this link: https://www.atas.fco.gov.uk/
Graduates from an appropriate discipline, such as mechanical engineering. Professionals with four years’ relevant industrial or professional experience may be considered for entry to the PgDip initially.
Teaching will take the form of traditional lectures in a class room, with PowerPoint presentations and videos and reference to laboratory work, demonstrations, workshops and tutorials and use of specialised software as applicable.
Coursework and labs – 30%
Examinations – 70%
Graduates pursue a variety of careers in the natural gas/oil industry. The programme covers all aspects of gas technology and associated gas business management and will enable students to increase their skills and technical knowledge.
You may want to go on to further study with our Engineering 2050 Research Centre as part of the Spray Research Group.
The Spray Research Group is specialised in the production of sprays, atomiser design and turbulent spray structures. The group has a wide variety of experience in applying experimental and computational modelling techniques, utilising state-of-the-art facilities to fundamental and industrial and commercial applications of sprays, the design of atomisation devices and Petroleum Technology. We have a wide variety of experience in applying experimental and simulation modelling techniques, utilising state-of-the-art facilities to fundamental and industrial and commercial applications of Petroleum Technology.
Our expertise also extends to fluid mechanical and instrumentation related research and devoplment in the covers the production of sprays, the structures of sprays and interaction with fluid/boundary interactions, mixing, vaporization and combustion.
Research areas include:
MSc Gas Engineering and Management
"I chose to study in the UK to gain a good quality education and learn from the experiences of students from different countries. Salford is the only university which offers my course and I was attracted by the profile of the lecturers. In addition I was impressed with the teaching and learning facilities and the fact that the School is home to a large number of foreign students. I'll always have fond memories about the University. For me, I would say the best things about studying at the University of Salford are the excellent tuition by experienced lecturers, the well-stocked library with the latest collection of books and journals and ICT facilit ies, and the free internet access at both School and student accommodation."
|Type of Study||Fee|
|Part-time||£1,300 per 30 credits|
|Full-time International||£16,700; part-time £2,784 per 30 credits|
|Type of Study||Fee|
|Full-time PgDip||£7,800 ; International £11,135|
You should also consider further costs which may include books, stationery, printing, binding and general subsistence on trips and visits.
We offer awards to help you study through our:
There are also other sources of funding available to you.
For more information please see our funding section
The Postgraduate Bursaries and Scholarships for 2017-18 entry are currently under review and subject to change. A revised schedule of scholarships and bursaries will be published in February 2017.
MSc (one year full-time or two years part-time)
PgDip (nine months full-time or one year and six months part-time)
MSc (one year and four months full-time or two years and eight months part-time)
PgDip (one year full-time or two years part-time)
94% of our postgraduates go on to employment and/or further study within six months of graduating.PGSES 2010