For talented people with management career aspirations in the global energy management industry, Middlesex University
, in partnership with IBC Academy, offers the MBA Global Energy Management for part time study by distance learning.
How is the MBA Global Energy Management studied?
Commencing on the 21st September, the MBA Global Energy Management is delivered 100% by online distance learning over 24 months and is available globally. The course is carefully designed and delivered so that you can accelerate your professional development without having to pause your career, take long periods out from your work or travel to a distant classroom. There are no lectures or seminars to physically attend – as long as you can access the internet, the Middlesex University
online learning portal provides access to written, audio and video content. It also manages group interactions, peer networking and tutorial support using a variety of e-learning tools.
Applications close on 14th August 2015, but advanced planning and early enrolment is strongly encouraged.
Who is the MBA Global Energy Management for?
Perhaps you want to become more effective in your current management role, or engage at a higher level. Maybe you wish to broaden your managerial skill set or explore new areas of specialisation. There might be challenging projects and complex new ventures on the horizon for which you’d like to prepare. Possibly you are one of the many professionals, such as engineers, analysts etc, looking to formalise years of industry experience and develop your management knowledge and competence.
Whatever your motivation, the rigorous academic approach, experienced faculty, internationally engaged peers and proven online learning environment of the MBA Global Energy Management will help you realise your leadership potential and fast-track your career.
Your fellow Global Energy Management MBA students will include professionals from a diverse range of countries and roles, creating a rich network of knowledge to enhance your learning. Imagine the benefits of learning alongside peers such as:
• Executives from governmental and non-governmental energy companies
• Industry professionals and managers from oil & gas to electricity and nuclear energy organisations
• Professionals from international organisations (such as EU, OECD, IEA etc.)
• Technical specialists moving to a general management position
• Professionals from international financial institutions (researchers, analysts) or government organisations (ministries of energy, trade bodies)
2:2 (hons degree) or equivalent qualification. Also two years experience relevant managerial experience and two years experience in the energy industry or related sector.