Prospective MSc postgraduate course information
We offer a range of Master of Science courses in:
MSc Petroleum Geoscience
The MSc in Petroleum Geoscience is a one-year, full-time, multidisciplinary course that aims to train multi-skilled petroleum geoscientists for the modern petroleum industry. It covers key petroleum geoscience and related subjects, and their application to the exploration and production of hydrocarbons. It is recognised for the award of the Master of Science degree and the Diploma of Imperial College (DIC). The course is accredited by the Geological Society of London.
“IC petroleum geology graduates are among the most professionally prepared of all geoscience graduates in the world”
(Bob Stewart, ExxonMobil Exploration Co., Global Geoscience Recruiting Manager)
Find out more about the MSc in Petroleum Geoscience.
MSc Petroleum Engineering
MSc Petroleum Engineering is a one-year, full-time programme, designed to train professionals in the work-flow concepts now prevailing in the oil and gas industries. The MSc Petroleum Engineering programme is accredited by the UK Engineering Council so that graduates with appropriate first degrees and relevant professional experience qualify for the CEng (Chartered Engineer) designation. The UK CEng in turn has reciprocal standing in Europe and as such engineers are entitled to use the EUR ING designation. The course begins in early October, and leads to award of a Master of Science (MSc) degree and to the Diploma of Imperial College (DIC).
Find out more about the MSc Petroleum Engineering.
MSc in Metals and Energy Finance
The MSc in Metals and Energy Finance is a one year full time programme relating to the technical and financial appraisal of natural energy and mineral resources projects. The course is a joint programme between Imperial College Department of Earth Science and Engineering and Imperial College Business School, and is unique in teaching quantitative financial analysis, strategic management and technical geological concepts in the context of metals and energy projects.
Find out more about the MSc in Metals and Energy Finance or see the Metals & Energy Finance Open Day Presentation 2018 .
MSc Applied Computational Science & Engineering
The Applied Computational Science and Engineering MSc at Imperial College London will inspire the future crop of experts in Computational Science and Engineering.
Open Day: The Open Day for entry to the 2019-20 course will be held on 6 February 2019. To register interest in attending, please contact Ying Ashton.
Find out more about the Master's in Applied Computational Science and Engineering.
Contact: Ying Ashton (Education Administrator)
Tel: +44 (0)20 759 47337
Department of Earth Science and Engineering
Imperial College London
Further details available:
- Postgraduate application form
- College prospectus for postgraduate students
- PhD opportunities and sponsorship
We are pleased to announce that Dr Peter Fitch was awarded the Imperial College London Student Union Academic Choice Award (SACA) for “Best Teaching for Postgraduates”. The SACAs are nominated by students from across the whole of Imperial College, allowing students to recognise, reward and celebrate excellence amongst College staff. Peter teaches many of the petroleum geoscience aspects of MSc Metals and Energy Finance programme. Student nominations recognised his interactive student-centred and active learning approaches, alongside his commitment to providing pastoral support to the postgraduate student cohort in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering.