3 good reasons to study Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering at Salford: 1 Provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to become a Chartered Engineer. 2 Gain a comprehensive understanding of both Mechanical and Petroleum engineering knowledge. 3 Industrial Placement year available. This course contains classical mechanical engineering content, with the main emphasis on Structural Mechanics and Control, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Energy Conservation, Engineering Design, Geology & Geophysics, Drilling Oil and Gas wells, Oil and Gas Production Engineering and Reservoir Engineering. This unique course will enable you to acquire substantial knowledge and understanding of dealing with the complex multi-tasking issues in the process, design and management of the related petro-chemical and mechanical engineering industry. There is also the choice to complete an appropriate period of industrial experience and receive a Diploma in Industrial Studies, in addition to your degree, when your University programme is successfully completed. The Engineering Institutions will normally accept this period on Industrial Placement as appropriate training which will assist you in gaining Chartered status. You can also choose to work abroad or work in the European Union through the ERASMUS scheme.