SUT aims for Norway
Get access to some of the world?s most recognized subsea courses and in touch with a global network of professionals. On October 3rd those interested from the Bergen region have the opportunity to meet the Society of Underwater Technology and get information on advantages of membership and establishing a local branch.
The Robert Gordon University now accepts applications for the newly established MSc Subsea Engineering. The structure and contents of this Masters degree are developed in collaboration with several companies within the subsea industry. Its background is the constantly increasing demand for subsea engineers.
The Robert Gordon University has already experienced establishing web-based courses. The University has in cooperation with Subsea UK developed a course giving newly qualified and engineers in other subjects an introduction to subsea technology.
Throughout the Sotra visit, general manager of NCE Subsea, Trond Olsen, accompanied the guests. He claims that Professor John F. Watson showed great interest in NCE Subsea and what it stands for.
Today the association is established in London, Aberdeen, Houston and Rio de Janeiro. Now the time is ripe to establish in Norway as well.
The SUT is internationally recognized for its courses, of high professional standard and with a wide variety of subjects. The introduction course Subsea Awareness is one of the world?s most popular, because it gives, through cooperation with central, global participants, an introduction to the latest available technology.
SUT was founded in 1966 and has members from more than 40 countries, including engineers, scientists, other professionals and students working in subsea technology and their wide range of other ocean related activities. The organization?s main task is to carry out learned courses and programmes for members and others who are interested in these topics.
Time: Wednesday 3 October, 14.00 ? 16.00
Place: Vitenteatret, the Bergen Science Centre