MSc in Energy Management

What You Study

Students at the London campus

The MEM curriculum is designed to fulfil three main objectives:

  • General Management
    Develop your general management skills by focusing on energy-related case studies.

  • Energy Fundamentals
    Acquire essential energy industry specific knowledge (energy technologies, market mechanisms and policies).

  • Managerial Challenges for Energy Firms
    Develop the skills needed to cope with the strategic and managerial challenges energy companies and institutions are facing.

The Programme Structure


Induction Week: London campus
Begins 17th September 2018 (TBC)

  • Macroeconomics & Geopolitical Issues
  • Problem Solving & Decision Making (PSDM)
  • Business Statistics

Term 1: London campus
Late September to December 2018

  • Microeconomics 
  • Principles of Finance
  • Corporate & Business Strategy
  • Financial Accounting
  • Oil & Gas Business
  • Electricity & Renewables Markets
  • Research Methods

Term 2: London campus
January to March 2019

  • Operations & Supply Chain Management
  • Managing an Organisation
  • Fundamentals of Marketing
  • Risk Management: Objectives, Methods & Instruments
  • Energy Markets & Other Commodities
  • Energy Policy (Security, Affordability, Sustainability; Energy Efficiency)
  • Energy Project Financing and Evaluation
  • Energy Trading Game

Term 3: Paris campus
April to June 2019

  • Portfolio Management
  • Energy Landscape Analysis
  • M&A in the Energy Industry
  • Operational Risk & Crisis Management
  • Energy Risk Management: Market Risk & Hedging
  • R&D and Innovation Management in the Energy Business
  • Environmental Management and CSR in an Energy Firm
  • Energy Law


  • Energy Landscape Analysis
  • Portfolio Management
  • M&A in the Energy Industry
  • Operational Risk & Crisis Management

Students choose four electives or two electives + the International Seminar.

International Seminar: USA
June 2019

  • One week
  • Travel costs not included in tuition fees
  • Optional

Master Thesis

  • Submission deadline: December 2019


  • 10-week placement to be completed by April 2020

Information on the content of all modules is included in the MSc in Energy Management brochure - download your copy here!