Masters Programme - Call for MSc Projects
14 December 2011
The University of Aberdeen, in collaboration with the Universities of Edinburgh and Stirling are involved with an exciting new three year initiative called ‘Making the Most of Masters’. This initiative seeks to establish cooperation between employers and universities by providing opportunities for masters students to undertake work based projects on a salary free basis.
The University of Aberdeen is now looking for project ideas within the following programmes and is looking for an opportunity to match your business requirements with experienced masters students:
·MSc Oil & Gas Engineering
·MSc Subsea Engineering
·MSc Safety & Reliability Engineering
·MSc Renewable Energy
·MSc Applied Marine Ecology
Information about these programmes and also information relating to previous projects is available by request.
The University of Aberdeen are currently developing contacts and links with the energy sector, and raising awareness of the project with a view to encouraging organisations to make contact to discuss project ideas. Please contact the Project Coordinator, Dr. Zachary Hickman (href="mailto:Z.Hickman@abdn.ac.uk">Z.Hickman@abdn.ac.uk; 01224 274539), or see our website for further details: href="http://www.mastersprojects.ac.uk/">www.mastersprojects.ac.uk