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The programme will initially focus on students on the MSc International Energy Studies and Management/Commerce courses, but will later extend to LLM and MSc Sustainability courses

Published on 14 December 2020


The third PhD-Staff seminar of the semester was held on 11 November with presentations from Prof Raphael Heffron and PhD student Haruna Isallah

Published on 26 November 2020


The 4th PhD-Staff seminar of the semester was held on 25 November 2020 with a staff presentation jointly presented by Manny Macatangay and Xiaoyi Mu and a student presentation by PhD student Ryan Bausch

Published on 25 November 2020


Yi Ou, a current student on the Energy Finance dual degree program with CUP-B, has just been awarded a National Excellence Scholarship by her school on behalf of the Ministry of Education of China

Published on 26 October 2020

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Natural resources utilisation can help or hinder a nation’s development. We help governments across the developing world achieve the positive outcomes that they want from their natural resource endowments.

Published on 10 June 2020


Brexit called into question what many had based life choices on: that as citizens of the EU they could move, live, and work freely. Our research examined whether that citizenship is a fundamental right that people cannot be stripped of against their will.

Published on 5 June 2020