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Imperial College London’s Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering

Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru

Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru serves as the corporate finance analyst at Midwestern Oil and Gas Limited in Lagos, Nigeria, bringing nearly two decades of training and experience in corporate management and petroleum engineering. Before launching her career, Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru graduated from Imperial College London with a master of science (MSc) in petroleum engineering.

Imperial College London’s 90-credit MSc in petroleum engineering program prepares students to work in multidisciplinary teams while providing them with the necessary training to effectively use prevalent workforce concepts in today’s oil industry. The 12-month program enables students to build on existing knowledge in other engineering and science-based foundations through five teaching modules that feature a field trip, engineering laboratories, and industry seminars.

Courses begin in early October and deliver instruction using computer exercises, formal lectures, problem solving, and laboratory experiences. Additionally, students will participate in group and individual projects that explore topics introduced in formal lectures, such as characterization, drilling, economic forecasting, and regulatory authority application.

Applicants must submit an application form through Imperial College’s website and meet a series of qualifications depending on their international status. For instance, those working toward a UK qualification must possess at least three years of relevant industry experience or have earned a fist class honors degree in a science or engineering subject. International students must meet a series of qualification requirements specific to their individual countries.

 

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