Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering (NAME) at UBC is an interdisciplinary, industry-focused program that trains students in the design and construction of ships and other structures in the marine environment while contributing to engineering innovation through applied research that directly benefits industry partners and the broader sector.
The Marine Systems Initiative (MSI) has introduced content and research programs specifically designed to create highly-qualified electrical and shipboard systems engineers for the shipbuilding and industrial marine sector.
The Master of Engineering in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering (MEng NAME) involves 8 months of intensive coursework followed by a 4-month internship or project.
Students in this program take a specialized set of courses that draw material from Mechanical, Civil, and Materials Engineering, and that focus specifically on the design, construction, maintenance and operation of waterborne vehicles.
This interdisciplinary, industry-focused program offers students an innovative education that will enable them to design and construct ships and other structures in the marine environment, and therefore prepare them for immediate and stimulating work in a vital and growing industry.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,800|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,295|
1. Three confidential reference reports
2. English test
3. Proof of Canadian Permanent Residency or Canadian Citizenship (for those not born in Canada)
4. Official academic documents
Any applicant whose degree was conferred at a university outside Canada, other than the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand or Australia, must present evidence of competency to pursue studies in the English language prior to being extended an offer of admission. Test scores must have been taken within the last 24 months at the time of submission of application, and official test scores ordered from the testing agency are required for application. Photocopies of test scores are not acceptable. No test waiver is allowed.
The applicant’s bachelor’s degree should be in Civil, Materials or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent. Applicants may otherwise be granted admission on the recommendation of the Director. Applicants students should have demonstrated proficiency in the areas of Structural Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Automatic Controls, and Thermodynamics. Students lacking a background in these subject areas may be required to complete additional coursework at the discretion of the Program Director.
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