I really like the way the course is structured. You go into greater depth, you drill down on the basic matters without worrying about things on the periphery. It feels more concentrated - and the staff and fellow students have been great to work with - Mariia

BSc (Hons) Oil and Gas Management

Faculty of Business and Management

In partnership with Plymouth University

Start date

Oct 2015 Weekdays

Study options

3 yrs, 2 yrs

Key fact

Develop a specialist knowledge of the Oil & Gas industries

Location

Greenwich, Greenford

Course overview:

Combining a management degree with a specialism in oil and gas, this course will give you skills you need to start your career within the energy sector or supporting industries.

I really like the way the course is structured. You go into greater depth, you drill down on the basic matters without worrying about things on the periphery. It feels more concentrated - and the staff and fellow students have been great to work with - Mariia

Why choose this course?

The BSc (Hons) Oil and Gas Management is an industry-relevant degree which will prepare you for a career in this global industry.

On the course, you will gain an understanding of management practices, develop your analytical skills and show awareness of ethical issues in the extractive industry and how they relate to your own personal beliefs.

You will be amongst a new wave of students focused on sustainability and environmental concerns within the oil and gas industries – both very current concerns for employers within the energy sector.

The combination of classroom lectures, practical projects and e-learning will ensure that you are fully engaged with the course.

You will study at one of our London campuses, opening up employment opportunities within some of the world's leading energy organisations.

Where will this degree take me?

The energy sector faces profound environmental changes, and the programme contributes to the development and dissemination of knowledge and practice, with a focus on key issues of the oil and gas industries.

You will develop specific knowledge about the nature and function of the oil and gas industries, whilst also progressing your knowledge in the broader areas of business and management.

This holistic approach will broaden your knowledge base, and improve your employability prospects within the broader energy industry.

This industry-relevant course is the ideal foundation on which to build a career in the oil and gas industries, and the global nature of the sector means that you will be well-equipped to pursue further study or career opportunities in the UK or abroad.

Junior Roles

Administrator

Buyer

Commercial manager

Document controller

Environmental advisor

Health and safety advisor

Logistics Controller

Materials Controller

Personnel Logistics Coordinator

Renewables

Policy development

Waste management

Research

Senior Roles

Senior Buyer, Purchasing Specialist, Purchasing Supervisor, Procurement Manager

Operations Manager, Contracts Manager or Commercial Director

Senior Document Controller, Technical Library Manager

Senior Advisor, Environmental Consultant and Environmental Manager

Senior Advisor, Health and Safety Manager, Consultancy

Senior Logistics Controller, Logistics Manager/Team Leader

 Senior Materials Controller, Materials Manager, Supply Chain Team Leader

QA Controller/Manager, Quality Manager, Quality Management Advisor

 

What will I learn?

What will I learn?

To read more about each module for this course click here

Semester 1

Study Skills

Management

Introduction to Accounting

 

Semester 2

Introduction to Computing

Business Economics

Business Law

 

Semester 3

Oil and Gas Management

International Energy Policies

Legal Aspects of the Oil and Gas Industry

 

Semester 4

E-commerce and Marketing

Environmental Management for Sustainable Development

Logistics and Operations Management

 

Semester 5

Innovation and Risk Management

Development in Oil and Gas Retail Industries

Project Management

 

Semester 6

Strategic Management

Project

Entry requirements

Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have one of the following:

  • BTEC National Diploma or Certificate
  • Minimum of 2 A Level passes (grades A* to E)
  • NQF Level 3 qualification (or international equivalent)
  • Bachelor Extended Pathway (Year Zero)

Mature students (those 21 and over) with evidence of full-time work experience supported by a reference from their employer may be considered on their individual merits. Candidates who do not meet the degree entry requirements are encouraged to apply for the Foundation Year. On completion of the Foundation Year you will gain direct entry on to this degree programme, read more about our Foundation, Year 0 programme.

Other equivalent qualifications may be considered if the Admissions Tutors believe applicants have the potential, motivation and knowledge to complete the course successfully. All applicants who do not meet the standard entry requirements will be invited for interview.

Accreditation for prior learning will also be considered on an individual basis.

English Language Requirements

If your first language is not English, you will need to demonstrate the following levels of proficiency in English language:

  • Cambridge IELTS (Academic Test): 6.0 or above (no less than 5.5. in any skill and no less than 6.0 in the Reading and Writing skills for all Law related programmes)
  • Cambridge English (Advanced): Grade C or above (no less than 'weak' for any skill)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic): 55 or above (No less than 51 in any skill and no less than 56 in the Reading and Writing skills for all Law related programmes)

If you do not hold an English language qualification, you can study the IELTS English course at our Greenford Campus.

For more information or advice on English language requirements, please call our friendly Admissions Advisors on +44 (0) 208 516 7850 or email: enquiry@gsm.org.uk

Fees

UK/EU

Full-time:

  • 2 years, £8,000 per year
  • 3 years, £6,000 per year

International

Full-time:

  • 2 years, £12,750 per year
  • 3 years, £8,500 per year

Apply direct to GSM London

Apply direct to GSM London

You can apply directly to GSM London by completing our online application form.

Applications can also be submitted in person at one of our campuses: Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.You can do this by booking a meeting with a course advisor.

You'll need to include the following documents with your application form:

  • Copies of your qualifications
  • Your CV/Resume
  • One written reference from an employer or place of study
  • A copy of your passport
  • An £85 registration fee (no registration fee for non UK/EU applications)

Registration and Enrolment

Once we receive your application form and supporting documents, we will assess your application and if successful, we will issue you an acceptance letter and a fee statement detailing your enrolment date, course cost and duration.

You should arrive for enrolment on the date specified in your acceptance letter, at your chosen GSM London campus. Please note that international students will be asked to pay a percentage of tuition fees on or before enrolment.

Apply through UCAS

Apply through UCAS

You can also apply through UCAS (undergraduates only) by contacting our Course Advisors on 0208 516 7856 and quoting your 10-digit UCAS ID number and details of your chosen course. We may be able to process your application over the phone. Alternatively, you can visit the UCAS website here to register and apply.

UCAS Code Information

Greenwich School of Management (GSM London)

Institution Code Name: GSM London

Institution Code: G74

Course Codes:

  • Two-year accelerated, H890
  • Two-year extended (includes Year Zero), H891
  • Three-year, H893
  • Three-year extended (includes Year Zero), H892

Registration and Enrolment

Once we receive your application form and supporting documents, we will assess your application and if successful, we will issue you an acceptance letter and a fee statement detailing your enrolment date, course cost and duration.

You should arrive for enrolment on the date specified in your acceptance letter, at your chosen GSM London campus. Please note that international students will be asked to pay a percentage of tuition fees on or before enrolment.