Australia's branch of University College London is an integral part of the bigger University College London, one of the foremost academic institutions in the world.
The School of Energy and Resources brings University College London's vast expertise and experience to the centre of Australia's booming resource industry. They are committed to applying research to real-world problems for the benefit of the global society.
The University's world-leading approach combines academic research with hands-on industry experience. They are developing the management talent that will help industry to meet their challenges, innovate and prosper into the future.
They give their students a deep understanding of the complexities of the energy and resources industries and equip them with the specialised technical knowledge they need to have a positive and practical impact. Graduates consistently pursue sector management careers and help shape the energy and resources industry of the future.
Partnering with the Government of South Australia, local universities and key industry players, UCL Australia delivers world-class research and education, with industry input and focus in the energy and resources field.
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Entry requirements for University College London
A minimum of a Second Class (Upper Division) UK Bachelor's honours degree, an Australian Honours degree, or an equivalent international qualification is required for admission. The degree should be in an appropriate discipline (for example, engineering, economics, science, law, or business).
Alternatively, an Australian Bachelor degree plus substantial work experience of at least 5 years in a relevant industry or government sector (for example, energy and resource companies, policy organisations, regulatory bodies) is acceptable.
External study oppurtunities
No external studies are available. However domestic students may be interested in the option of the fly-in-fly out arrangement where they are based in Adelaide for the intensive teaching week and then return home for completion of their course work/assessment and preparation for the examination. Examinations for these students are also held in their closest capital city.