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Master of Science in Petroleum Logistics

By: Straumsheim Jens Petter | Published: 05.12.2014 09:57:53

Molde University College – Specialized University in Logistics (HiMolde) is the most central higher educational institution in Norway offering education within Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) at BSc, MSc and PhD level. HiMolde is offering a 2 year international MSc programme in Petroleum Logistics, open for both Norwegian and international students.

Study duration2 years, full-time
ECTS credits:  120
Study start:  August 2017
Degree:   MSc in Petroleum Logistics
Language of instruction:  English
Scholarships:   None
Tuition fee in Molde:  None
Tuition fee in Moscow.  Yes
Place of study:   Molde 
(And Moscow in case of Double degree)   

 

Logistics deals with the organization of the flows of products, services and information from raw materials to the end user. For a large number of industrial and business companies, achieving high quality logistics operations will be the key competitive factor for future success. Oil and gas companies are no exception from this.

The MSc programme in Petroleum Logistics focuses on Logistics, but with a greater emphasis on courses related to the oil and gas industry. The programme aims to give a thorough analysis and understanding of problems, challenges and solutions associated with all parts of the supply chains dealing with the oil and gas industry on-shore as well as off-shore: exploration, purchasing, production planning, inventory management and downstream distribution planning.

Along with knowledge of a broad range of logistics topics, the programme will give an understanding of the energy situation in the world comparing existing renewable energy sources as well as non-renewable sources both in terms of cost, qualities and availability.

Possibility of double degree

(Not open for international applicants for admission in 2017)
 
HiMolde is in addition also planning to offer the MSc in Petroleum Logistics as a double degree in collaboration with the main oil and gas university in Russia: Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Moscow (http://www.gubkin.ru/eng ). Students following the double degree option of the MSc programme, must undertake study periods at both institutions.  Lectures in the first and third semester will then take place in Molde, and the second semester in Moscow.

Target Groups and Admission Requirements

The programme targets a wide variety of highly motivated students with an interest to study petroleum logistics in an international environment.
A bachelor’s degree equivalent to 180 ECTS credits is required. At least 80 ECTS of the bachelor’s degree should be related to a specialization relevant to logistics or applicants should have a strong background in one or more of the main methodologies used in the study program like mathematics, statistics, informatics or engineering. Applicants from some countries will be required to document a recognized test in English language. See "Information for international applicants" at the English home page - www.himolde.no/english
 

Financial requirements

International and Norwegian students taking all the four semesters of the MSc program in Petroleum Logistics at HiMolde, will not be required to pay any tuition fees. However, international applicants outside EU, will need to document sufficient funding of minimum NOK 103 950 together with their application form, to cover for their own living expenses while studying in Norway (see the information document for further information). 
 
Students following the double degree option, will be required to pay tuition fee to Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas for the one semester held in Moscow. The size of this tuition fee will be clarified at a later stage.
 

Application deadlines:

1 February 2017:
International applicants with international education applying directly from abroad, and applicants who have a temporary residence permit in Norway. The application deadline has now expired.  Next announcement: October 2017 for admission in 2018.
 
15 April 2017: Applicants who are either Norwegian citizens or have a permanent residence permit in Norway.

 Contact us

Administrative Contact Person International applicants:
Ragnhild Brakstad, Senior Adviser/International Coordinator MSc/PhD studies ragnhild.brakstad@himolde.no
Phone: +47 71 21 41 08
 
Academic Contact Person: Professor Arnt Buvik
Programme Manager MSc in Logistics
Arnt.Buvik@himolde.no
Phone: + 47 71 21 42 35
Last updated: 12.09.2017 10:34:11
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