1-year MBA in Energy Studies

Top 3 1-year Masters of Business Administration in Energy Studies 2018

Energy Studies

The 1-year MBA program trains students for leadership positions in the corporate world. They can gain essential knowledge in the fields of economics, finance, marketing, and human resources while learning teamwork and management skills.

1-year MBA in Energy Studies

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Masters of Business Administration (MBA) - Oil & Gas Management

American College Dublin
Campus Full time 1 year January 2019 Ireland Dublin

The energy industry is perhaps the single most important component of the modern world economy. Manufacturing, agriculture, transport, information and communications technology and a wide array of modern conveniences are fundamentally dependent on the power provided by carbon-based energy. [+]

Masters of Business Administration (MBA) - Oil & Gas Management

IAU, 1 year Master’s Degree

The energy industry is perhaps the single most important component of the modern world economy. Manufacturing, agriculture, transport, information and communications technology and a wide array of modern conveniences are fundamentally dependent on the power provided by carbon-based energy. The energy business is one whose crucial contribution to the functioning of the world’s economy and its societies is certain to increase in the future. This dynamic, fast-moving and innovative industry provide a range of exciting opportunities for career development and growth across the extractive, processing and petrochemical sectors, for managers, executives and entrepreneurs.... [-]


MBA in Energy and Sustainable Development

IPAG Business School
Campus Full time 1 year October 2018 France Paris Nice + 1 more

Ipag Business School Specialised MBA programmes in Paris offer a unique opportunity for students and professionals to increase their business for today’s dynamic and competitive market. [+]

Ipag’s MBA programmes offer a valued opportunity for students and professionals to learn and enrich their knowledge in the fields of business and management in order to improve their prospects in today’s dynamic and competitive world.

These international MBA programmes, all in English, suit students and professionals who either already possess general knowledge in business or intend to start and pursue their career in business and management.

Each of the six programmes includes two types of modules: Core Modules and Specialisation Modules.

Aims of programme

Mastering a broader understanding of the global energy and oil industry infrastructure Studying energy production and procurement security issues Generating new energies and assuring long-term development alternatives, with reference to environmental hazards Assessing financial energy markets and reserves [-]

Global MBA Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses

Bologna Business School
Campus Full time 1 year September 2018 Italy Bologna

The MBA in Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses boasts a team of professors coming from all around the world: Israel, Denmark, India, Canada, U.S.A., and France. A program that tackles those hot topics that leading Companies can no longer afford to ignore. [+]

The MBA in Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses boasts a team of professors coming from all around the world: Israel, Denmark, India, Canada, U.S.A., and France. A program that tackles those hot topics that leading Companies can no longer afford to ignore. Participants will be engaged in a stimulating learning experience where people with strong environmental and social values integrate the development of entrepreneurial and corporate venturing skills with the building of critical thinking and leadership competencies.

Sustainable development, environmental impact management, social entrepreneurship, and business ethics are issues gaining extraordinary attention among companies worldwide. The next generation of business leaders must be ready to manage company performances and strategies in this changing environment. The MBA Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses is designed to seek solutions that successfully address the triple bottom line: financial viability, ecological sustainability, and social equity.... [-]