Building on the expertise of the world's oldest business school, the Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM) educates the next generation of leaders and pioneering thinkers in the energy sector through a unique style of business education across four European campuses: London, Paris, Berlin and Madrid.
The EMEM develops leadership practice immersed in real-world challenges within the energy sector, building upon a diverse community of ESCP Europe faculty experts and world-leading professionals.
At the ESCP Europe London campus, we are utilising the expertise of our networks to build your skills in the fundamentals of oil, gas and electricity markets, as well as energy trading. The Berlin campus focuses primarily on energy creativity and entrepreneurship, plus the technological innovations affecting both the supply and demand side of an energy system; while the Madrid campus concentrates on large energy project financing and dynamic grid management using fossil fuels and renewables for electricity generation and transmission. Lastly, the focus at the Paris campus is on different aspects of global energy policy and market dynamics, including energy price formation and risk management.
We live in an era where energy security, human-induced climate change and challenges to sustainability are becoming major factors in business thinking. We are also at the early dawn of a fundamental shift in our energy systems, one that also requires a turn in the way we do business. As such, the key aim of the EMEM is to provide you with first-class knowledge of actual and plausible changes in the nature of the business environment. Doing so means that, on completion of the programme, you will be able to influence the strategic direction of the businesses and organisations you will go on to lead, and to be able to formulate a worldview that incorporates these new imperatives.
You will also become part of our dynamic, global Alumni Association, boasting 49,000 graduates in 150 countries.
The Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM) aims to provide participants with enhanced managerial capabilities and a good understanding of today's energy technological challenges, thereby enabling their progression to the forefront of innovation and project development in a context of complexity, high uncertainty and severe competition.
It is: -A flexible, 12-month (part-time) programme that enables candidates to combine executive studies with a full-time job -Also available as individual modules, known as 'Masterclasses' -Taught in English at ESCP Europe's London, Paris, Berlin and Madrid campuses, plus a week-long module in Houston, TX -Developed in cooperation with leading companies and institutions in the field -Focused on corporate issues and professional skills -A truly international, cross-cultural learning environment -An interactive learning environment, with a focus on personal and leadership development -An opportunity to develop research and consultancy skills -A programme which incorporates company visits to leading players in the energy industry and lectures by expert guest speakers -An excellent networking opportunity aided by our 49,000-strong alumni -Provided by a business school with proven global excellence. -Financial Times' 2016 rankings: Master in Management - 4th worldwide; Executive MBA - 12th worldwide for the programme overall; 2nd in the ‘Career Progression’ and 3rd in the ‘International Course Experience’ categories; and 11th in Europe and 3rd in the UK for business schools as a whole.
Candidates must: Hold a Master degree. In certain exceptional cases, the selection committee will accept candidates who do not have this qualification but who do hold a high-level position within their company; Have a minimum of five years of relevant professional experience; Be highly motivated, and demonstrate his/her abilities and determination to carry out educational projects alongside his/her professional life; Provide two reference letters (submitted via our online application system); Be fluent in English. For non-native English speakers, we require the following minimum scores: TOEFL: 100; IELTS: band 7.
20 June 2017
Recipient: ESCP Europe Business School
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