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Friday, June 28, 2019
  
 
 
Editorial
 

Last week, ESCP's students on the Executive Master in Energy Management and MSc in Energy Management attended a week-long International Seminar in Washington, DC & Houston, TX. They built a deep understanding of the American energy industry and other key international markets from a series of lectures and workshops delivered by top industry experts. Read the highlights of this unique seminar here.

We would like to remind you our upcoming activities:

1. Tech Days: The Changing Role of Customers in the Digital Era taking place on 3rd July at the London Stock Exchange. This evening event will offer leading-edge thinking on how digital disruption is a driving force across all industries and the accelerated transformation of customer's role in today's business environment. Find out more here.

2. Online info Session on Energy Management Programmes: If you are interested in joining our postgraduate MSc in Energy Management (MEM) or the Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM), we would like to invite you to join our online on 16th July. To register, click here.  

Energy Programmes at ESCP:

Admission process for the 2019 intake of our MSc in Energy Management (MEM) is open. To find out more information about the programme, please click here.

For those who are more advanced in their professional career, we also offer a part-time Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM). Individual modules from the EMEM programme are offered as an optional study track. Admissions for the programmes operate with rolling deadlines. To find out more about the programme, please click here.

Our masterclass in "Small Scale LNG" in cooperation with Energy Delta Institute and Fluxys will take place from 28th - 30th October, 2019. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and business models from the world’s leading regions in small scale LNG, Northern Europe and Scandinavia. To find out more, please click here.

Finally, to keep up-to-date on all activities at the Centre, we invite you to join our LinkedIn group, Energy Management @ ESCP Business School.

 
 
Conferences & Workshops
ESCP Business School & EMC
16th July | Online

Online Information Session for Energy Programmes

ESCP - the UK Business School of the Year - specialises in the exciting and constantly moving subject of Energy Management. 

We offer two programmes for those at different stages of their career: a full-time postgraduate MSc in Energy Management, and a part-time Executive Master in Energy Management. If you like the sound of this but you're not sure which programme would be the right choice, our online Q&A session is perfect for you. 


Academic Programmes

London - Paris - Internship

 

London - Paris - Berlin - Madrid - Consultancy Project



 
Our Mission

The EMC Advisory Board

The EMC Advisory Board is comprised of top energy experts from the world's industry leaders in both the public and private sectors.

  • They advise the EMC in several different areas:The curricula of the MSc in Energy Management and Executive Master in Energy Management, ensuring both programmes meet the needs of participants on academic and professional levels
  • Research that makes significant impact on best business practices.
  • Current and future activities which benefit the EMC's partners, affiliates, students and alumni.

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Thursday, June 27, 2019
 

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