Metals and Energy Finance - MSc

Imperial College London    Earth Science and Engineering

Full time October MSc 1 year full-time

About the course

This course relates to the technical and financial appraisal of natural energy and mineral resources projects.

This degree is run jointly by the Department of Earth Science and Engineering and Imperial College Business School.

It covers mineral deposit studies, resource evaluation, basic petroleum engineering and petroleum geology, minerals engineering and extractive metallurgy, accounting, mathematical techniques in finance, project appraisal and finance, project management, and markets and supplies.

You will be introduced to quantitative financial analysis, strategic management and technical geological concepts in the context of metals and energy projects.

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Entry Requirements

Our minimum requirement is a 2.1 degree in engineering, physical sciences or economics with a substantial mathematics component.

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

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