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The Master of Science in Metals and Energy Finance at Imperial College

Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru

A petroleum engineering professional with over 15 years of experience, Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru serves as a corporate finance analyst for the Nigeria-based Midwestern Oil and Gas Limited. Edesiri Onatejiroghene Ibru is also a graduate of Imperial College London and possesses two master’s degrees from the university. She most recently completed an MSc in metals and energy finance with distinction.

Imperial College’s MSc in metals and energy finance program focuses on equipping graduates with the necessary training and experience to pursue careers in financial and technical appraisal of natural energy. Lessons cover a range of topics, from mineral deposit studies and minerals engineering to petroleum geology and resource evaluation. The curriculum also introduces key technical and geological concepts and enhances industry-relevant skills for entrepreneurship, project management, marketing, and financial engineering.

The yearlong course consists of 90 credits and delivers instruction through a series of educational modules. Although modules are subject to change from year to year, focus areas typically include extraction metallurgy, strategic management, and appraisal for metals and energy projects. Furthermore, students participate in modules developed by the Imperial’s Department of Earth Science and Engineering and the Imperial College Business School, which jointly manage the program.

Entry requirements for the program include a 2.1 honors degree in engineering, economics, or physical sciences with a significant mathematics element. Students with appropriate industry experience will receive an advantage, and those seeking international qualifications must meet a series of country-specific criteria.

 

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