Taught course

Engineering Fluid Mechanics for the Offshore, Coastal and Built Environments

Imperial College London · Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Entry requirements

Applications are invited from undergraduates completing their first degree in engineering and science disciplines, as well as those with relevant industrial and professional experience.

The minimum entry requirement for consideration is a good degree from a UK university (at upper second class or above), an A grade at Mathematics A-level, or the equivalent overseas qualifications.

Special cases, based on relevant postgraduate industrial experience, may be made in some circumstances.

Months of entry


Course content

This new MSc programme will educate future Engineers specialising in civil engineering fluid mechanics. The offshore, coastal and built environments represent a unique combination of areas, providing students with a well-rounded and broad knowledge of civil engineering fluid mechanics.

The students will have access to the world-class Hydrodynamics Laboratory at Imperial College London to perform and observe experimental investigations. This will allow students to cement principles taught during lectures, as well as inspiring the future crop of Engineers in Fluid Mechanics.

In addition, there is a strong design component to the programme in the shape of four projects to emphasise application and industry relevance. Furthermore, students will also have the opportunity to undertake research with academics within the top-rated Civil and Environmental Engineering Department from recent research assessment exercises.

Fees and funding

UK students
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Qualification and course duration


part time
24 months
full time
12 months

Course contact details

Dr Marios Christou