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The 10 million USD BHP Billiton partnership
showcases the best of UCL, in its interdisciplinary scope and its span across
Funded by the world's biggest mining company, with Institutes in Australia and the UK, UCL students and researchers have the opportunity to study and work at the Institute of Sustainable Resources in London, or the International Energy Policy Institute in Adelaide. The company funds academic research, fellowships and generous Masters and PhD scholarships, as well as two academic Chairs.
The two Institutes provide unparalleled opportunities for exceptional students to study Energy Policy and Sustainable Resources in a global context, and to position themselves for working in a competitive corporate environment.
BHP Billiton Group Executive and Chief Executive of Non-Ferrous, Dr Andrew Mackenzie, says the funding agreement reflected the Company’s commitment to supporting education wherever it operates. “The two new institutes will spur new thinking into the complex issues created by the growing demand for commodities and provide a new forum in which industry and the research community can collaborate.” He added, “I’m delighted we can work with UCL and some of the brightest talents with a passion for the sector.”
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