MSc Alumni: Where Are They Now?
Nearly 600 students have successfully graduated from the Oxford MSc ECM course since its creation in 1994. Many have gone on to successful careers related to the environment in some shape or form; be it in business, government, NGO or academic research.
- Read some student reflections on the course.
- Read about our 2007 alumni who undertook internships after the MSc programme.
The variety and relevance of the career destinations of the alumni reflects the real-world measure of the MSc's quality. Many alumni are increasingly commanding influential positions in multinational corporations; in national, state and international government; in non-governmental organisations; and by continuing with further study.
At the 2009 UNFCCC Conference of Parties in Copenhagen (COP 15), over 40 ECI alumni attended an ECI dinner. The total number of alumni at the negotiations in professional capacities exceeded this and demonstrates that the MSc really makes a difference to both the people who take the course, and to managing environmental change.
- Balfour Beatty plc
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- Ericsson Enterprise
- Ernst & Young
- Halcrow China Limited
- HSBC plc
- Intel Corporation
- Lehman Brothers
- Lloyds of London
- McIIhenny Company
- McKinsey and Company
- Mott MacDonald India Limited
- Norwich Union plc
- Procter & Gamble plc
- Reuters Ltd
- Rio Tinto plc
- Sainsbury’s plc
- Swiss Federal Railways
- Thames Water plc
- The Carbon Trust
- Tokyo Electric Power Company
- Unipart International
Government and International Organisations
- Australian Government, Leader of the Opposition
- European Commission
- Japanese Government, Ministry of Environment
- Ontario Ministry of Finance
- Pakistan Government, Ministry of Environment
- UK Govt Department for International Development
- UN Development Programme China
- UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative
- UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
- UN Institute for Training and Research
- US Embassy, Bogota
- US Senate: Officer of Senator Robert C Byrd
- World Bank
- World Food Programme, UN
- World Resources Institute