|Type of Study||Fee|
|Full-time||£9250 per year|
|Full-time International||£14,400 per year|
Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering
School - School of Computing, Science & Engineering
Subject area - Mechanical Engineering
UCAS Code: H8H3
Start Dates(s): September
Three years full-time
Four years with industrial placement
UK - £9250 per year
International - £14,400 per year
- Accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers and Energy Institute
- Overall satisfaction with this course was 100% (Source: NSS 2015)
- Apply the practical knowledge acquired with an optional industrial placement position
- International students can apply
Course SummaryYou can apply through UCAS to start this course in September 2017 until 30th June
This course contains classical mechanical engineering content, with the main emphasis on structural mechanics and control, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, energy conservation, engineering design, geology and geophysics, drilling oil and gas wells, oil and gas production engineering and reservoir engineering.
This unique course will enable you to acquire substantial knowledge and understanding of dealing with the complex multi-tasking issues in the process, design and management of the related petro-chemical and mechanical engineering industry.
There is also the choice to complete an appropriate period of industrial experience. Successful completion of an industrial placement year will add 'with Professional Experience' to your degree title. The Engineering Institutions will normally accept this period on industrial placement as appropriate training which will assist you in gaining Chartered status. You can also choose to work abroad or in the European Union through the ERASMUS scheme. You will arrange your placement with our support.
Thanks to the generosity of University of Salford donor and Chairman of Morson Group, Gerry Mason, we were delighted to be able to offer five scholarships specific to students beginning courses in September 2016 across all disciplines of engineering and will have ten more on offer in 16/17 and fifteen in 17/18. Students studying this course will be eligible to apply for this scholarship, please see here for more information.
Neither pre-requisite nor co-requisite modules are required at any stage. The credit rating of all modules is 20 unless otherwise stated.
Chemistry & Over view of Petroleum industry
Engineering Structures & Engineering Dynamics
Engineering Thermodynamics & Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Materials & Petroleum Group Design
Engineering Thermodynamics - Fluid Mechanics
Control Engineering & Petroleum Group Design
Year 4 (or 3 without industrial placement)
Petroleum Production Engineering
Industrial Management & Project Preparation
Level 3 Project Part 2
Finite Element Analysis & Structural Mechanics
Open and Cased Hole Logging & Petroleum Economics
Energy Conservation & Management & Group Design Projects
Please note, exact modules may vary in order to keep content current. Your tutor will be able to advise you as to the modules you will study on or before the start of the programme.