Mechanical Engineering has been an important discipline in every industry. With the advent of the computer and information technology, mechanical engineering is now playing an even more important role in the development of many new areas, such as life science and micro/ nano technologies. The breakthrough in these new technologies is often seen to rely on the support of mechanical engineering. Thus, there is an increasing demand for R&D engineers and managers who have strong background in mechanical engineering.
Areas of Specialisation
Students may opt for either a general program of study, or a program with specialisation.
Singapore is one of the world’s premier ship repair and ship conversion centers, as well as the global leader in the building of jack-up rigs, semi-submersibles and Floating Production, Storage & Offloading conversion unit. This specialisation is aimed to meet the evolving technological and operational needs of the marine and offshore industry. It will equip MSc MECH graduates with the advanced principles and knowledge of NAME, to be knowledge leaders and potential researchers to meet technological advancement in NAME industries and to exploit modern science and technology as well as to innovate and create new product and solutions.
If you are interested in this Specialisation, please refer to the link below for further information:
Conditions and Application for Specialisation in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering (NA-ME)