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Applications Open for the Women in Mining UK Scholarship to Metals and Energy Finance MSc at Imperial College London

By 30/11/2021December 13th, 2021News

London – 30 November 2021: Women in Mining UK (WIM UK) are delighted to be partnering with Imperial College London to offer another annual scholarship for the 2022 Metals and Energy Finance MSc course at the Department of Earth Science & Engineering and Imperial College Business School. Applications are now open until 28 February 2022. Learn more about the scholarship opportunity here.

The one-year MSc is unique in teaching quantitative financial analysis, strategic management and the required technical skill in the context of metals and energy projects. The cohort of just 25 students benefits from a close-knit network at one of the world’s most preeminent educational institutions.

Alex Buck, Managing Director, said, “Part of our mission at Women in Mining UK is to promote the mining industry as a career for women and this begins at the education level.  Our scholarship initiative reduces the financial barriers that might prevent talented young women from pursuing a career in the industry as well as contributing to improving its overall diversity. It is now universally recognised that diversity creates more productive, creative and resilient teams that have safer practices, all qualities the mining industry requires as it tackles a future decarbonised world.

To learn about the 12-month MSc in Metals and Energy Finance, a joint programme between the Department of Earth Science and Engineering and Imperial College London, visit the MSc Metals and Energy course page. To find out more about the Women in Mining UK scholarships please visit our website.

About Women in Mining UK
WIM UK is a volunteer-run, non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the employment, retention and advancement of women in the mining sector. We offer a suite of programmes and initiatives to progress women’s professional goals and career aspirations, from university all the way to Board level. These includes a scholarship programme with the Camborne School of Mines and Imperial College London, internship programme, partnership with Women on Boards UK, and numerous networking, educational and mentoring events.  WIM UK publishes thought leadership articles and research as well as the biennial “100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining” (WIM100), which celebrates women’s contribution to the mining industry and identify inspirational role models to encourage future generations of women to consider mining as a career choice.

For more information about joining WIM UK, please visit our website:

Women in Mining UK contact
Ariadna D. Peretz
Head of Communications
T: +44 (0) 7488 495 969