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International Nuclear Management Academy (INMA)

The IAEA facilitated International Nuclear Management Academy (INMA) scheme supports universities to establish and deliver master’s degree programmes in nuclear technology management (NTM) for the nuclear sector, including nuclear power programmes, nuclear applications, and radiological technologies. The programmes are a combination of advanced aspects of management and leadership coupled with nuclear technologies, providing high level education and support for the nuclear industry leaders of the future.

INMA membership provides a basis for participating universities to collaborate and to provide sustainable nuclear technology management programmes, that reflect the industry’s best practices and accumulated knowledge. It also provides a platform to promote collaboration and the sharing of educational resources, materials and tools. Under the INMA initiative universities actively contribute to the development of INMA and incorporate the INMA curriculum topics and criteria into their programmes.

The IAEA supports INMA with peer review missions to benchmark the curriculum of NTM master’s programmes against the 50 defined INMA nuclear technology management curriculum topics. The result of a successful peer review mission is INMA endorsement of the NTM master's programmes and INMA membership for the university.

The current member universities of INMA are (as of 1 February 2024), chronologically in order of membership:


  • National Research Nuclear University MEPhi, Moscow, Russia
  • The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Texas A&M University, United States of America
  • North-West University, South Africa
  • University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
  • National Polytechnic University, Armenia
  • University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
  • KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School, South Korea
  • University of Idaho, United States of America

If your university is interested in joining INMA please send an email to the IAEA Nuclear Energy NKM Section: NKM.Contact-Point@iaea.org.

Further details about INMA membership and the endorsement process can be found here, free registration of NUCLEUS is required.

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