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China University of Petroleum PhD in Geological Resources and Geological Engineering
China University of Petroleum

PhD in Geological Resources and Geological Engineering

Beijing, China

4 Years

English, Chinese

Full time

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CNY 36,000 / per year



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Program Description

Geological Resources and Geological Engineering is the discipline of geological resources exploration, evaluation, development, and utilization. Geological Resources and Geological Engineering deals with the formation of mineral resources and their geological background, conditions of mineralization and the formation mechanism, rules of distribution, economic and technical characteristics, theory of evaluation of mineral exploration and system of technical methods, theory method and techniques for mineral resources evaluation, engineering survey, design and construction relating to the engineering of geological bodies; methods and techniques; theories and methods of prevention and control of geological disasters; geophysical response, processing and interpretation techniques of the observed geological body etc.

Program Overview

Core Courses: Modern Theory of Petroleum Accumulation, Log Inversion and Information Processing, Sequence Stratigraphy, Practical Seismic Interpretation

Teaching languages: Chinese, English

Tuition: 36000 RMB/Year

Course start date: September

Course duration: Four Years

Application Deadline: May 30th

Research Areas

  • Oil-Gas Field Development Geology
  • Geophysical Well Logging
  • Computer Technology and Resource Information Engineering
  • Petroliferous Basin Analysis and Petroleum Resource Evaluation
  • Formation Mechanism and Distribution of Oil and Gas Reservoirs
  • Geophysical Exploration


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