Why choose our BSc (Hons) Oil and Gas Management degree?
The energy sector faces profound environmental changes. By 2023, the demand for graduates in this specialism will soar, and the degree contributes to the development and dissemination of knowledge and practice:
- Focus on management within the oil and gas industry and the wider energy sector
- Opportunities for work-related learning through project-based activities
- Practitioners from industry representing key areas around the globe (Europe, Middle East and Africa)
- Scenario-based planning, live and collaborative projects, simulations, coursework
- Student membership of the Energy Institute, along with access to the EI library and events
- Network with employers and graduates through the annual Energy Futures Week
Where will this degree take me?
You will be well-equipped to pursue career opportunities in the oil and gas industry and the wider energy sector in the UK and abroad. Career options relevant to this degree include project management, environmental advisory, health and safety advisory and management, research, operations and logistics, commercial management, procurement and supply chain management, as well as roles within supporting industries.
What will I learn?
The programme is designed to enhance self-reflection and personal development. The three stages of the programme are designed to facilitate increasingly challenging learning techniques as students’ progress.The programme aims to deliver a curriculum focusing primarily on international strategy, management considerations, and corporate and cross-border regulations relevant to the oil and gas industries.
- At stage zero: embarking on the Foundation course will be the stepping stone towards achieving the degree in which your strengths can be realised. The first semester is the same for all students. However, in the second semester a choice of two elective modules will be chosen to prepare for the degree you will be commencing.
- At stage one: students will develop a solid foundation for the next stage of the programme, focusing on academic and professional skills along with cognate management areas.
- At stages two and three: students will delve into key oil and gas management areas along with other relevant modules to promote the employability and multi-disciplinary intent of the programme.
To read more about each module in detail for this programme click here
Please see the module specification for further details; note that the specification represents the latest modules and may be subject to change.
- Semester 1 English for Academic Purposes, Numeracy 1, Introduction to Computer Skills, Effectiveness in the Business World
- Semester 2 English for Academic Purposes 2, Numeracy 2 Elective Modules (choose two) Understanding Accounting and Finance, Understanding Human Resources Management, Understanding Law, Understanding Management, Understanding Marketing and Events, Understanding Mathematics in Economic Environment’s, Understanding Oil and Gas, Understanding Technology, Understanding Travel and Tourism
Three and two-year degrees:
- Semester 1: Academic Skills, Management and Organisations, and Marketing and Communications
- Semester 2: Introduction to Oil and Gas Enviornment, Professional Skills, and Financial and Economic Literacy for Managers
- Semester 3: Employability Skills, Global Energy Outlook, Managing Energy Resources and Regulations, and Logistics and Operations for Oil and Gas
- Semester 4: Project/Placement Design and Implementation, and Evaluation and Reflection (Work Based/Related Learning)
- Semester 5: Emerging Themes, Health and Safety, Strategic Decision Making for Oil and Gas Industry and Elective modules (choose one) Research Methods or Research and the Professional
- Semester 6: (Any combination of electives equal to 60 Credits) Politics in the Oil and Gas Industry, Project and Risk Management, Environmental Management for Sustainable Development, and Capstone Project (Dissertation/Consultancy Project/Work Based Learning)
Please see the programme specification for further details on this programme; note that the specification represents the latest programme structure and may be subject to change.
Applicants will normally be 18 years of age* on registration and hold one of the following (or international equivalents):
Equivalent or lower qualifications**, ELQ, including: HNC/HND, Certificate of Higher Education, BSc/BA etc. can be considered and are subject to University of Plymouth approval.
If you are not a UK passport holder, or a UK passport holder born outside of the UK and not born in a country that appears on the published list, you may need to complete an English language test, such as the in-house GSM London English Language Proficiency Test or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test, to demonstrate you have the language skills needed to complete your degree. All of our programmes are taught in English. Once you submit your application to GSM London the Admissions team will assess it. Should your application be successful and if an English Language Test is required it will appear as a condition of offer.
You will need an IELTS score of 6.0, 5.5 in all four components (listening, reading, speaking and writing) or equivalent qualification.
Further details on English Language requirements are provided here.
*Candidates who are under 18 on registration will need to review and abide by our policy on under 18’s: Young or Vulnerable Applicants
**For further details on Equivalent or lower qualifications, ELQ, please click here.
If you do not meet the standard entry requirements, listed above, you may be able to be considered on your individual merits via our non-standard entry process.
To be considered you will need to be able to demonstrate/pass:
- Evidence of previous qualifications (if requested by Admissions)
- A fully completed and up to date CV
- Minimum one year of good work experience
- A verifiable work reference
- Academic interview (if required)
- Written essay (if required)
In such cases, the Admissions assessor must be satisfied that the applicant has the necessary potential, knowledge or experience and motivation to follow the programme successfully.
Candidates who do not meet the requirements listed above may be able to apply for our Foundation Year programme.
On successful completion of the Foundation Year, you will gain direct entry on to this degree programme.
Accreditation of prior learning:
Partial exemptions from an undergraduate programme may be obtained in accordance with the Academic Regulations dependent on the compatibility of previous study. Each case is considered on its own merit and will be, subject to the approval by University of Plymouth.
You may be required to provide an academic reference and/or personal statement.
We will not normally consider APL’s older than 3 years unless the applicant has a recent experiential learning.
Please see Advanced Standing and Exemptions Based on Recognition of Other Learning for further details.
2 years, £8,000 per year (£16,000 total cost)
2 years, £8,000 per year, plus Foundation Year, £6,000 (£22,000 total cost)
3 years, £6,000 per year (£18,000 total cost)
3 years, £6,000 per year, plus Foundation Year, £6,000 (£24,000 total cost)
2 years, £12,750 per year (£25,500 total cost)
2 years, £12,750 per year, plus Foundation Year, £8,500 (£34,000 total cost)
3 years, £8,500 per year (£25,500 total cost)
3 years, £8,500 per year, plus Foundation Year, £8,500 (£34,000 total cost)
How to apply direct to GSM London
For details on how to apply direct to GSM London see our online application form >.
Applications can also be submitted in person at one of our campuses:
Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.You can do this by booking a meeting with a course advisor >.
You'll need to include the following documents with your application form:
- Originals of your qualifications
- Your CV
- One written reference from an employer or place of study
- A copy of your passport
Apply through UCAS
You can apply through UCAS by visiting the www.UCAS.com
UCAS Code Information
Institution Code Name: GSM London
Institution Code: G74
- Two year accelerated H890
- Two year extended (with Foundation Year) H890
- Three year H893
- Three year extended (with Foundation Year) H892
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