A worldwide network of nuclear education and research institutions, offering training programmes for future leaders on nuclear energy, radioisotope production and applications of ionizing radiation in medicine and industry.
Developing skills for the nuclear industry
WNU offers a range of unique nuclear educational and training programmes around the world, organised by the WNU Coordinating Centre in joint collaboration with members of the WNU network. By drawing on the support of industry, governments and academia, these programmes are designed to meet the training requirements of international nuclear professionals, particularly in the area nuclear leadership. Sponsorship is available for applicants from select IAEA Member States through the Technical Cooperation Programme, which provides funding for transferring nuclear knowledge and skills.
participants from over 90 countries have attended WNU programmes
of Summer Institute participants were promoted after the course
of Summer Institute participants said the programme significantly contributed to their professional advancement
Both inside and outside the learning environment, mentors and coordinators create opportunities to develop a range of personal and professional skills.
Flexible and up-to-date content
The programme committee members, mentors and lecturers are well-known nuclear experts and the content evolves as the competency needs evolve. The programme provides a stimulating learning experience and essential leadership and life skills.Publications
Gateway to global networking
WNU alumni keep in contact via social media and alumni events. Participants in WNU programmes come from over 90 countries. They come from all areas of the nuclear and radiation technology industries, including from operation, regulation, procurement, research, development and management.Discover all alumni events
Ayan Alimzhan is the Chief of Section Development Strategy Management at "NAC "Kazatomprom" JSC, in Kazakhstan. He attended the Summer Institute in 2015.