Our graduates

Our alumni have found employment with a variety of organisations including national oil companies, exploration and production companies, government and ministries and commercial organisations including banks, law firms and global consultancies

Mariam Kiggundu

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International Energy Studies and Energy Economics graduate, 2018. Economist, Ugandan Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development in Uganda

Priyaranjan Sekhon

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Petroleum Law and Policy graduate, 2004. Managing Counsel at Shell in India

Monica Maduekwe

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Energy Studies graduate, 2011. Resource Mobilization Specialist (Fundraising and Partnerships) ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE)

Sanusi Ohiare

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Energy Studies graduate, 2011. Executive Director for Nigeria's Rural Electrification Fund, and the youngest political appointee of the President

Toluwalola Kasali

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Toluwalola is a 2019 British Council Emerging Policy Leader. She previously served as a Special Adviser on Macroeconomics, Research and Reporting to the Minister of Finance, Nigeria.

Wendy Treasure

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LLM Mineral Law and Policy graduate, 2011. Drafter and promoter of gender proactive mining legislation and policy

Feso Bright

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International Oil and Gas Management graduate, 2010. Business Analyst with the National Petroleum Investment Management Services, NAPIMS-NNPC

Esueme Dan Kikile

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Energy Law and Policy graduate, 2011. Leader of the Capacity Building / Research and Development (Monitoring) team at the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB)

Ahmed Adamu

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Energy Studies graduate, 2011. University lecturer, development expert, and first elected Global President of the Commonwealth Youth Council