Graduated Master students class 2015-16

Argiropoulou Christina

Bougiouras Nikolaos

Dalamaga Dimitra

Fandridi Christini

Flitris Evangelos

The highly qualified professors, the brand new facilities and the demanding courses, actually synthesize the specific MSc program. I highly recommend it for people who are determined to follow a career in the oil and gas industry.

Georgousakis Konstantinos

Following my graduation from the PETENG Master Course I received a language scholarship in Frankfurt, Germany where I live and work for the last two years. Since Germany has a limited O&G industry, I am at the moment exploiting my Civil Engineering degree, working as Construction Site Manager and gathering on-site experience, with the aspiration to either eventually transfer to an O&G related position or gain more expertise as a Civil Engineer. Nevertheless, although the PETENG Course may seemingly not contribute in my current position, it did broaden my knowledge on Soil Engineering which plays a huge role in our current projects. 

Gomez Kiara Jeannelle

PhD student at the Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas

Intern with Equinor's (Statoil) Exploration Technology Team in Austin, TX

Kaikas Evangelos

Karavoulia Christina

Nodaras Efstathios

Otarola Lagos Jose Cristian Arturo

Papakostas Vasileios

M.Sc. student in Energy: Strategy, Law and Economics

University of Piraeus

Pyliotis Ioannis

Savvidou Despoina

It was really a challenge for me to attend this one-year, full-time MSc program. Being a Civil Engineer, I had no background in petroleum studies. This MSc program offered the basis as far as the technical and theoretical knowledge is required for a career in the Oil Industry.

Trimi Polyanthi - Maria

At the end of this master course one thing is certain that you are going to have an appropriate background and be ready to get into the oil and gas industry, for further details about the program apply and go beyond your limits!

Tyrakis Nikolaos

Petroleum Engineering postgraduate program of the Technical University of Crete is a one-year, full-time program, designed to provide students with a scientific background in hydrocarbon exploration and skills in the practical aspects of petroleum engineering. The program begins in October, and leads to a Master of Science (MSc) degree. The program is run by the School of Mineral Resources Engineering.