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  Metals and Energy Finance - MSc


Imperial College London    Earth Science and Engineering

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time
Business & Management (5) Engineering (12) Finance (14)

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Imperial College London offers the prestigious MSc in Metals and Energy Finance, a programme designed to deepen your expertise in assessing natural energy and mineral resources from both technical and financial perspectives. Run jointly by the Department of Earth Science and Engineering and Imperial College Business School, this course provides hands-on industry experience and training in financial modelling, engineering, and risk assessment. Key modules include Management and Business, Resource Geology, Derivatives, and Investment and Portfolio Management. The programme culminates in a dissertation where you'll evaluate a resource project independently. Professional accreditation by The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining enhances your career prospects internationally. Entry requirements include a 2:1 in engineering, physical sciences, or economics with a strong mathematics component. This programme equips you for careers in natural energy and mineral resource appraisal, offering internship opportunities in mining, oil, gas, and finance sectors. Gain a competitive edge with Imperial's MSc in Metals and Energy Finance.

About the course

Deepen your understanding of the technical and financial assessment of natural energy and mineral resources.

  • Gain first-hand experience of industry practice
  • Receive training in financial modelling, financial engineering and risk modelling

Enhance your understanding of the technical and financial assessment of natural energy and mineral resources on the Master's course.

Run jointly by the Department of Earth Science and Engineering and Imperial College Business School, this course will help you understand the financial risk and uncertainty pertinent to this sector.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 in engineering, physical sciences or economics with a substantial mathematics component.

Appropriate experience, while not essential, would be an advantage.




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