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Teesside University, Middlesbrough

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Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2012

Petroleum Technology

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5
WRITTEN ON 23 Apr 2015

Good environment with excellent support from tutors

My first degree in India was a BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering after that I thought about pursuing a higher degree specialising in petroleum technology. My masters course was really good. All the modules were completely up to date with industry technology which made it so much easier to learn the skills after securing a job. And my favorite part was the project  I enjoyed the research work and learned a lot.
After my masters degree I became involved in a collaborative innovative partnership with Teesside University and Cleveland Potash Ltd. This six-month project with the University looked at how to reduce its particle emissions and make energy savings. This project identified the process disturbances that could impact on particle emissions. 
Next came a knowledge transfer partnership this is a three-way partnership working to address a business issue or development project. Again I’m working with Cleveland Potash on reducing particle emissions. I work under the supervision of Dr Zhang, a senior lecturer in the School of Science & Engineering, who makes monthly visits to the company. I’m looking at the best possible systems to reduce these emissions further without impacting on the production capability of the plant.
I had help from the Universitys careers department in building my CV and developing my applications, which made life easier. And I went to careers fair and workshops about the UK job market both gave me a lot of useful ideas. 

I would certainly recommend studying at Teesside University  the environment is really good with enough support from the tutors. In ten years  timed like to be a plant manager  maybe ll have kids and a family, who knows?

My first degree in India was a BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering after that I thought about pursuing a higher degree specialising in petroleum technology. My masters course was really good. All the modules were completely up to date with industry technology which made it so much easier to learn the skills after securing a job. And my favorite part was the project I enjoyed the research work and learned a lot. After my masters degree I became involved in a collaborative innovative partnership with Teesside University and Cleveland Potash Ltd. This six-month project with the University looked at how to reduce its particle emissions and make energy savings. This project identified the process disturbances that could impact on particle emissions. Next came a knowledge transfer partnership this is a three-way partnership working to address a business issue or development project. Again I’m working with Cleveland Potash on reducing particle emissions. I work under the supervision of Dr Zhang, a senior lecturer in the School of Science & Engineering, who makes monthly visits to the company. I’m looking at the best possible systems to reduce these emissions further without impacting on the production capability of the plant. I had help from the Universitys careers department in building my CV and developing my applications, which made life easier. And I went to careers fair and workshops about the UK job market both gave me a lot of useful ideas. I would certainly recommend studying at Teesside University the environment is really good with enough support from the tutors. In ten years timed like to be a plant manager maybe ll have kids and a family, who knows?

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