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Nuclear Energy Industry Club

Some of the biggest companies and organisations in the nuclear industry are providing support to the MPhil in Nuclear Energy.

Who is involved?

Organisations providing the top tier of support are:

 

EDFNick Tyas says - "This is a really exciting time for the global nuclear industry, creating great opportunities for people with the right skills. With EDF Energy's plans to build four new nuclear plants in the UK, having staff with a strong technical background, but also with an understanding of what it means to work in the nuclear industry, is critical to the future of our business, and to helping the UK to achieve its low-carbon goals. Therefore, as an alumnus of the university, I am delighted to be involved, and look forward to developing strong links between the course and EDF Energy."

 

"This course reflects the exciting challenge ahead for all involved with the resurgent nuclear sector and will produce the top-flight scientists of the future, with all-round technical, business and political skills. The Industry Club provides an excellent vehicle for like-minded nuclear businesses to influence the expertise of our future talent pool, to share good practice and drive forward a world-class nuclear industry.

Well-qualified staff are critical to the decommissioning and clean-up mission and, the NDA together with our partner organisations, have already put in place a range of strategies to encourage skills training at all levels." Adrian Simper, Strategy Director, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

 

Recognising the importance of new talent, other companies supporting the course as Industry Club members are Framatome, Atkins, AWE, Thor Energy and Westinghouse.

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Framatome

 

 

Westinghouse

 

 

 

 

"The nuclear industry needs the brightest engineering and scientific minds and it also needs first-class management and leadership skills in order to deliver the necessary changes needed in the global energy market. Cambridge University has established a course that meets all these educational needs and Atkins welcomes the opportunity to work alongside the University in ensuring its future success, as well as contributing to the students' experience by providing an industrial perspective." Chris Ball, Managing Director, Energy UK & Europe, Atkins.

 

Specialist lectures and practical assistance to the course is provided by Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, Rolls-Royce Nuclear and the National Nuclear Laboratory.

 

What will the Industry Club provide?

  • Advice in the design of the Nuclear Energy MPhil course;
  • Input to the nuclear energy research strategy;
  • Specialist lectures and projects which place the course content firmly within the practical experience and concerns of the nuclear industry;
  • Attachments and practical experience;
  • Opportunity for career development for students;
  • Funding of the course.

 

4th Year Project Deadlines

29th May 2019
Each student submits two copies of Final report plus an extra copy of their technical abstract, plus their log book or electronic equivalent to Group Centres by 4pm.

 

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