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Marine Engineering is the design, construction and maintenance of marine transportation such as ships, oil platforms, harbours, etc.
Are you fascinated by large and gargantuan ships? How they float, how they manoeuvre, it all just astounds you. Did you love Titanic, not the movie, but the ship! The marvel of the sea that represented the pinnacle of engineering back then. Is your dream to one day be involved in creating something similar? If so, then read on and find out if marine engineering is the course for you.
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• Numerical simulation techniques •
Dynamics of ocean systems
Applied marine thermodynamics
A Marine Engineer has to acquire knowledge in other fields of engineering to build a safe, efficient, cost-effective and seaworthy watercraft. They usually work in shipyards, design & consultation firms, equipment manufacturers, regulatory bodies, navies and the government.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Marine Engineering:
You like Engineering and you like the sea, so which course should you take? What does the former have in common with the latter? Everything. You should take up this course because you can use your skills in engineering to construct marine equipment and technologies.
Most people love the comfort of an air-conditioned office in the midst of the city. Marine professionals are not one of those people as they're continually moving around as watercrafts do.
If you love numbers but don’t like to sit in the office to do Accounts for hours, here’s another great alternative for you. You likely consider Mathematics another dialect, as it comes as normally as a reflex to you.
“Engineering stimulates the mind. Kids get bored easily. They have got to get out and get their hands dirty: make things, dismantle things, fix things. When the schools can offer that, you’ll have an engineer for life.”
Obtain at least Band 2 in MUET
Band 4 in IELTS
Score 450 (PBT) 145 (CBT)
40 (IBT) in TOEFL
Pass STPM with at least grade C in two subjects including Mathematics and one science subject, grade D in two other subjects and pass English in SPM
Pass Diploma (level 4 KKM) with at least a CGPA of 2.00 in a relevant field as approved by the Malaysia government or the University’s Senate
Pass Matriculation/Preparatory Programme/Basic Course in a Science/Engineering/Technology stream from any university approved by the Malaysian government with at least a CGPA of 2.00
Important Note: Diploma is not offered for this course. Students can enrol for a pre-university programme in science stream before applying for a degree in Marine Engineering. .
It is not necessary for you to do your postgraduate but doing so would help you advance in your career and open up more job opportunities. You can opt to work straight after degree as well
Like any other sub-discipline in engineering, you will need to be one with numbers! The calculations you compute will help ships sail the seas.
While other engineering courses may require some hands-on work, marine engineering will require you to be ready to get your hands really dirty! You be even be stationed offshore!
Some people prefer the comforts of an air-conditioned office in the middle of the city. Marine engineers are not one of those people, as they’re constantly moving around as ships do, sometimes even working for mining companies as they drill ocean beds.
Below are a few of the top Marine Engineering firms in Malaysia.
Do note that all courses should be accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Click here to check if the course you choose is accredited
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