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The Middle East is the birthplace of several current major religions and influential empires from millennia past. Scholars and graduates get the benefit of immersing themselves in these cultures and gaining a deeper understanding of one of the world’s most vibrant regions.

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MSc in Oil, Gas and Energy Engineering

University of Nicosia
Campus Full-time Part-time 3 semesters September 2019 Cyprus Nicosia + 1 more

The aims of the MSc in Oil, Gas and Energy Engineering are to prepare graduate students to succeed in a constantly growing, demanding, and highly competitive technological world; provide specialization and extensive knowledge on the area of oil and gas energy engineering; create an academic environment conducive to learning new oil and gas energy engineering concepts and technologies; introduce graduate students to research on advanced oil, gas and energy engineering topics; cultivate analytical skills and critical thinking; promote engineering ethics and moral practices.

MSc in Renewable Energy Engineering

Heriot Watt Unviersity Dubai
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Arab Emirates Academic City + 1 more

This programme gives an overview of the provision and use of energy in the world today but allows the student to specialise in the rapidly expanding area of renewable energy engineering. The programme is aimed at students wishing to develop a critical understanding of the significant changes afoot in the energy sector due to the development and integration of wind, marine, biomass and solar technologies.

MSc in Sustainable Critical Infrastructure

Khalifa University of Science and Technology
Campus Full-time Part-time 2 - 3 years September 2019 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi + 1 more

The M.Sc. Sustainable Critical Infrastructure (M.Sc. in SCI) program will be conducive to developing highly skilled researchers and workforce and attracting substantial government and industry interest. The academic program is designed to develop core capabilities, through the integration of coursework and research that is critical to the region. The current scope of the academic programs provides the following set of core capabilities: advanced materials, thermal-fluid sciences, water, and environmental technologies, power systems, computational and information sciences, policy and economic modeling, engineering systems, Microsystems, and chemical processes.