The Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) was formed in 2003 by the merger of the newly formed School of Petroleum Engineering and Management (SPEM) and the National Centre for Petroleum Geology and Geophysics (NCPGG), which was formed in 1985.
For further information about the history of the School, visit About the School.
One of the strengths of any school is the relationship it has with its alumni. As an Australian School of Petroleum alumnus, you are part of a rich tradition of education excellence and a member of a select alumni community.
Our alumni are inclusive of each of the following categories:
- Current students
- Past students
- Current staff members
- Past staff members (ASP, NCPGG or SPEM)
Members of the Australian School of Petroleum Alumnus have the opportunity to reconnect with fellow graduates and staff.
The School has a group on Linkedin "ASP Alumni Network", which is an efficient tool to help the School stay in touch with its alumni by sending invitations to events, distributing the newsletter and other communications. Please keep in touch and join the group on LinkedIn.
If you are a former student or staff member of the Australian School of Petroleum, we would love to hear from you! The stories from our graduates inspire future students and help them to understand where our degrees can lead.
There are other ways of staying connected within the University of Adelaide community. Visit the University of Adelaide Alumni site.