Our graduates are among the most in demand by business, industry and society.

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.

Sanusi Ohiare

Energy Studies, class of 2011

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

Toluwalola Kasali

Energy Studies, class of 2008

Special Adviser to the Minister of Finance on Macro-economics, Research and Reporting in Nigeria.

Adeoye Adefulu

Resources Law and Policy, class of 1999

Energy lawyer advising public and private entities on developmental projects in Nigeria.

Zuxin Li

Energy Studies (Oil and Gas Economics), class of 2015

Works with the CNPC Institute for Exploration and Development.

Wendy Treasure

LLM Mineral Law and Policy, class of 2011

Drafter and promoter of gender proactive mining legislation and policy.  I call them 'The Treasure Laws'.

Feso Bright

International Oil and Gas Management, class of 2010

Business Analyst with the National Petroleum Investment Management Services, NAPIMS-NNPC.

Esueme Dan Kikile

Energy Law and Policy, class of 2011

Leader of the Capacity Building / Research and Development (Monitoring) team at the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

Yakubu Belgore

Petroleum Law and Policy, class of 1999

General Counsel and Company Secretary for Total SA's Upstream affiliates in Nigeria.

Ahmed Adamu

Energy Studies, class of 2011

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