The Faculty of Integrated Technologies (FIT) is dedicated to providing a comprehensive and dynamic approach to engineering education, fostering a brighter future for aspiring engineers. Our general engineering program is designed to prepare students for success in the industry, equipping them with a solid foundation in all traditional engineering fields. Moreover, our programs go beyond the basics, offering students a strong theoretical background coupled with practical skills that are specifically tailored to meet the demands of the thriving oil and gas industry.
At FIT, we understand the importance of bridging the gap between academia and industry, and that's why we have established close collaborations with national and international industry partners. Through these invaluable partnerships, we facilitate practical learning experiences, foster cutting-edge research, and create opportunities for internships, joint projects, and knowledge-sharing initiatives. Our students have the privilege of being immersed in real-world settings, gaining hands-on experience that not only enhances their education but also ensures they are well-prepared to meet the ever-evolving demands of the oil and gas industry. In fact, FIT students are highly regarded by industry leaders, and we take great pride in witnessing their seamless integration into the workforce.
In addition to our focus on industry readiness, FIT encourages and supports research activities in the field of petroleum engineering. Our esteemed faculty members and students have the unique opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research projects that delve into various aspects of upstream exploration, innovative production techniques, reservoir characterization, enhanced oil recovery, and sustainable energy solutions. We are particularly proud of our research endeavors in upstream and downstream flow assurance management, produced water management, and natural gas separation. Furthermore, we actively contribute to the advancement of alternative energy sources and promote the sustainability of petroleum engineering through projects such as CO2 capture and storage. Additionally, we explore the possibilities of utilizing bio-crude derived from biomass through pyrolysis oil as a promising alternative to traditional crude oil.