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MSc in Sustainable Energy Development

A One of a Kind Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Energy Development

As an SEDV student, you will enjoy the many benefits and opportunities the University of Calgary has to offer.

Career Center

Whether your goal is career advancement or transition, our career center team offers support as you shift from graduate student to energy professional. Services offered include:

  • Résumé and cover letter review
  • Personal branding support
  • Interview preparation
  • Job search support

Networking Opportunities

SEDV students enjoy events across campus to complement their program and grow their professional network. While the university hosts an array of topics, these centers are among the favorites:

Centre for Corporate Sustainability https://haskayne.ucalgary.ca/ccs

Canadian Institute of Resources Law https://cirl.ca/

Office of Sustainability https://www.ucalgary.ca/sustainability/

Creative Destruction Lab Rockies https://haskayne.ucalgary.ca/cdl-rockies

Hunter Hub

The Hunter Hub is the University of Calgary’s new initiative to engage and immerse the campus community in a culture of entrepreneurial thinking, challenging them with a new and bold approach to teaching, learning, discovery and knowledge-sharing.


The BMO Mentorship Program

Offered to SEDV students through the Haskayne school of Business, the BMO Mentorship Program gives students the opportunity to learn from seasoned professionals through six one-on-one meetings between September and April. Students are provided with self-assessments and required orientation in advance of program launch so that they are prepared to think about their goals and come to meetings with their mentor well prepared. The program hosts events through the year offered jointly to mentors and mentees as well as events for only mentors or only mentees. A research project runs alongside the program, providing recommendations on best practices in many areas of the program.


Transformative Talent Internships

Faculty of Graduate Studies Transformative Talent Internships are designed to give graduate students exposure to meaningful career opportunities to help bridge the gap between academia and the workplace. Transformative Talent Internships are intended to demonstrate the value to of hiring individuals with advanced research and professional training.



The Faculty of Graduate Studies has partnered with multiple organizations on and off campus to provide you with information about a wide range of valuable resources, workshops, courses and activities in a single location. Grad students, we want to help you succeed.



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