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Monday 10 December 2012

Introducing the Master in Energy Management

After the successful launch of the Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM) in 2011, we are delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications for our postgraduate programme, the Master in Energy Management (MEM).

The MEM is a one-year, full-time postgraduate programme for those aiming towards a career in the energy sector. Taught in English at our London and Paris campuses, it is delivered by a world renowned faculty and specially selected industry practitioners.

The MEM's objective is to help students understand the energy business environment and its fundamental economic and technological concepts. Participants will gain the ability to develop and implement strategies to address major issues in energy regulation and policy, as well as strengthening their ability to live and work in a highly multicultural and international environment.

The Master in Energy Management offers its students the unique opportunity to study in two of the most vibrant cities in the world: six months of the programme are spent at the London campus, while the final three months of lectures take place at our campus in Paris. Once the taught portion of the programme is complete, students are required to research and write a master thesis for submission in October 2014. This can be completed in any location of the student's choosing, depending upon visa restrictions.

To be eligible you must have completed your higher education to a level equivalent to a Bachelor degree in any discipline. Honours degrees are preferred (2:1 or international equivalent).

The MEM does not require any previous knowledge of or work experience in the energy sector. However, we encourage our candidates to have at least one year of work experience (internships included in any industry).

Fluency in English is necessary.

To find out more about the MEM or to begin your application, click here. You can also follow us on Facebook for programme updates throughout the year.

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