University of Strathclyde
About the university
The University of Strathclyde was founded in 1796 and has a rich history of teaching and innovation. Located in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, they are home to students from over 100 countries. Winners of seven Times Higher Education Awards, including University of the Year 2012 and Business School of the Year 2016, they have a world-wide reputation for teaching and research excellence. Additionally, Strathclyde boasts a five-star overall rating in the QS Stars University Ratings, which assessed their performance in teaching, employability, research, internationalisation, facilities, innovation, inclusiveness, and specialist areas.
Strathclyde’s Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering is over 100 years old. In that time, they've become a key provider of Marine Technology expertise throughout the UK, and the world, by building on Glasgow’s rich heritage of naval architecture and shipbuilding. That's why they provide first class graduates and research for the maritime, oil & gas and offshore renewables industries across the world.
Strathclyde offers eight postgraduate MSc courses within the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering. These include MScs in Marine Engineering, Offshore Floating Systems, Ship & Offshore Structures, Ship & Offshore Technology, Subsea & Pipeline Engineering, Offshore Renewable Energy, Technical Ship Management and Sustainable Engineering: Marine Technology. Strathclyde’s courses are designed to help students develop key skills in engineering for the marine environment and apply them to practical problems both individually and in groups. All their courses are fully accredited by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology.