Executive Master in Future Energy | ESCP

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Executive Master in
Future Energy
Your 360° view of the energy business

 

Programme Objectives

  • Focus on corporate issues and optimise professional skills at a managerial level
  • Gain in-depth knowledge and vision of energy technologies, industries and markets
  • Develop and implement a strategic mindset to address major future issues within the energy industry
  • Strengthen your ability to live and work in a highly multicultural and international environment

 

Prof. Spiros Papaefthimiou - ESCP Business School

Prof. Spiros PAPAEFTHIMIOU
Executive Master in Future Energy Global Academic Director,
ECM Executive Director

“On completing the programme, you will be able to influence the strategic direction of the businesses and organisations you will go on to lead, and be able to formulate a worldview that incorporates new imperatives…”

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It is evident that energy companies and policy makers are facing significant challenges as we enter a new era. The issues to be addressed are many: can we count on technological breakthroughs to cope with surging energy demand, and at the same time handle the long-term environmental constraints? What type of regulatory framework is most likely to provide the incentives for necessary changes to take place? To what extent are nations ready to cooperate in addressing global energy and environmental challenges? Can we be assured that capital markets will provide the tremendous funds needed to develop energy future, infrastructures and improve energy efficiency?

The sector has long been segmented into upstream versus downstream, oil and gas versus utilities, resulting in a high degree of specialisation. Today’s managers need to have a broader perspective with an integrated view of the various issues in order to cope with complexity; to have a clear understanding of antagonisms across players; and to eventually be able to anticipate and design proper sets of actions and strategies. In other words, to enable them to deal effectively with the dramatic changes taking place.

As a leading European business school, ESCP is involved in shaping the future of the energy industry. The Executive Master in Future Energy (EMFE) at ESCP, educates the next generation of leaders and pioneering thinkers in the energy sector through a unique style of business education. Built on the principles of its successful Energy Management predecessor, the EMFE programme develops leadership practice immersed in real-world challenges in the energy sector, building upon a diverse community of ESCP faculty experts and world-leading professionals.

The curriculum is developed through the expertise of our grown networks in areas such as oil, gas, renewables, electricity and others, which are at the heart of the EMFE programme. The programme will deal with cutting-edge issues, providing academic knowledge blended with research subjects and practical industry based insights, and offer a modern overview of key knowledge, concepts and tools that are required to succeed in today’s energy sector.

During the course of the programme, participants will have a strong understanding of the energy eco-system as a whole and the importance of innovation, project implementation and sustainable business practices. Completing the programme will allow participants to influence the strategic direction of the businesses and organisations they lead and be able to formulate a world view that incorporates these new imperatives.

 

Key Facts

  • A flexible, 18 months, part-time, executive programme, 100% online or blended options that enables participants to combine executive studies with their full-time job
  • Designed for students with a Master degree and 5 years of professional experience or a Bachelor degree with 8 years of professional experience
  • Active learning experience delivered with state-of-the-art learning tools
  • 2 European seminars for the blended experience at ESCP campus locations in London and Madrid
  • Taught entirely in English
  • Integrated International Consultancy Project
  • Real-time Trading Experience
  • Delivered by world-renowned faculty and industry practitioners
  • Strong support from the Energy industry via our Energy Management Centre energymanagementcentre.eu
  • Excellent networking opportunities offered by our 68,000-strong alumni
  • More than 40 professors and practitioners teaching on the programme

 
 

Two ways to study
18-month, part-time

Designed for international professionals, the Executive Master in Future Energy offers a choice of online and blended learning. Both our online and blended learning will have hands-on learning opportunities with state-of-the-art learning tools and engagements with faculty and energy experts.

Blended

Participants will study online via live and asynchronous sessions and also attend two, one-week European seminars in London and Madrid.

Online

The flexibility offered by this option allows participants to study 100% online wherever they are in the world via live and asynchronous sessions. Participants will have the option to upgrade their studies to blended learning to join the two European seminars in London and Madrid.

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For more information, contact us

Online
Information Session

September 2021

Energy Management Centre Logo

The ECM’s Mission is to build a strategic partnership between academia, industry and government, to debate the challenges of the new energy era. It provides a platform for international dialogue through a wide range of events, publications and academic programmes.


ESCP Energy Society Logo

The ESCP Energy Society is a student association based at the London Campus. Its aim is to engage ESCP students in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities, and help develop professional skills.


 

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Executive Master in
Future Energy
Curriculum

 

18 months part-time online & blended

The EMFE is delivered over an intensive five modular format covering 18 courses, an international consultancy project (ICP), expert webinars and two European seminars in London and Madrid.

The course content will emphasize the development of specific skills in energy fundamentals, technologies, industries, and markets, as well as policies and strategies, with an eye toward the future challenges of investing in technology and tackling them.

Curriculum: 18 months, part-time
BLENDED: 18 courses taught via live and asynchronous sessions + Two 1-week European Seminars in London & Madrid + 1 International Consultancy Project + Expert Webinars + Company Visits

Programme Structure

Energy Fundamentals

  • The new Energy Sector
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Sustainability in the Energy Sector

Energy Sources

  • Future of the Energy Sector - Electrification
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Fossil Fuels

Energy Markets

  • Energy & Emissions Trading
  • Energy Laws and Regulations
  • Energy Markets
  • Energy Policy and Geopolitics

Cutting Edges in Energy Transition

  • Digital Transformation - Industry 5.0 - Energy 5.0
  • Energy Commodities and Trade
  • Energy and E-mobility
  • Smart Grids and Future Energy Infrastructure

Energy Governance

  • Innovations/New Services in the Energy Sector
  • Governance of Energy projects
  • Energy Risk Management
  • Energy Project Evaluation and Financing

Additional Programme Elements

  • Consultancy Project (ICP)
  • Expert Webinars
  • Energy Risk Management
  • Virtual Company Visits

The Consultancy Project

An integrated International Consultancy Project is a key element of the programme, designed to provide you with a collaborative, multi-disciplinary learning experience.

It is not only an opportunity to solve a real-life challenge posed by a company: this 8- to 10-month team project will allow you to use and to consolidate your understanding of the concepts and tools presented during the programme...

  • In the energy business context
  • In collaboration with your employer
  • In collaboration with a new company
  • With a company start-up

You are expected to perform a group analysis of the problems and opportunities faced by a client company, producing a series of recommendations that can be implemented to meet the strategic challenge at hand.

Curriculum:18 MONTHS, PART TIME
ONLINE: 18 courses taught via live and asynchronous sessions + 1 International Consultancy Project + Expert Webinars + Company Visits

Programme Structure

Energy Fundamentals

  • The new Energy Sector
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Sustainability in the Energy Sector

Energy Sources

  • Future of the Energy Sector - Electrification
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Fossil Fuels

Energy Markets

  • Energy & Emissions Trading
  • Energy Laws and Regulations
  • Energy Markets
  • Energy Policy and Geopolitics

Cutting Edges in Energy Transition

  • Digital Transformation - Industry 5.0 - Energy 5.0
  • Energy Commodities and Trade
  • Energy and E-mobility
  • Smart Grids and Future Energy Infrastructure

Energy Governance

  • Innovations/New Services in the Energy Sector
  • Governance of Energy projects
  • Energy Risk Management
  • Energy Project Evaluation and Financing

Additional Programme Elements

  • Consultancy Project (ICP)
  • Expert Webinars
  • Energy Risk Management
  • Virtual Company Visits

For more information, contact us

 

Online
Information Session

September 2021

Energy Management Centre Logo

The ECM’s Mission is to build a strategic partnership between academia, industry and government, to debate the challenges of the new energy era. It provides a platform for international dialogue through a wide range of events, publications and academic programmes.


ESCP Energy Society Logo

The ESCP Energy Society is a student association based at the London Campus. Its aim is to engage ESCP students in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities, and help develop professional skills.


 

Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability

Integration of ERS into ESCP’s mission, governance, strategy and current operations

Read more about
Sustainability at ESCP

Executive Master in
Future Energy
Student profiles

With its truly multicultural and diverse faculty and cohort, the Executive Master in Future Energy provides many opportunities for international networking. Your fellow participants will represent a wide range of industries and academic backgrounds.

36
average age

11
nationalities

10
years of experience

Country Breakdown

Europe
53%

 
Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Greece, Germany, Italy, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom

Americas
20%


Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, United States, Venezuela

Africa &
Middle East
16%

 Iran, Lebanon, Nigeria, Senegal, Turkey

Asia Pacific
11%

 
Azerbaijan, India, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea

Previous Studies

 
40% Business Studies
 
40%Finance
 
10% Engineering & Sciences
 
10% Economics & Political Sciences

Industry Diversity

 
26% Banking
 
16% Energy Utilities & Environmental Service
 
15% Oil & Gas/Energy
 
11% Finance / Accounting / Insurance
 
10% Manufacturing
 
6% Consulting and Services
 
4% IT / Telecoms
 
4% Government
 
2% Law
 
1%Retail
 
1%Marketing
 
1%Transportation

 
 

For more information, contact us

 

Online
Information Session

September 2021

Energy Management Centre Logo

The ECM’s Mission is to build a strategic partnership between academia, industry and government, to debate the challenges of the new energy era. It provides a platform for international dialogue through a wide range of events, publications and academic programmes.


ESCP Energy Society Logo

The ESCP Energy Society is a student association based at the London Campus. Its aim is to engage ESCP students in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities, and help develop professional skills.


 

Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability

Integration of ERS into ESCP’s mission, governance, strategy and current operations

Read more about
Sustainability at ESCP

Executive Master in
Future Energy
Admissions

 

Admission Requirements

  • Master degree with at least 5 years of professional experience or Bachelor degree with at least 8 years of professional experience
  • Provide two reference letters
  • Be highly motivated, and demonstrate your abilities and determination to carry out educational projects alongside your professional life.
  • Fluency in English *.


*For non-native English speakers, we require the following minimum scores: TOEFL: 100; IELTS: band 7. If you are a non-native English speaker who has previously studied or worked for more than two years in an English-speaking country, you are exempt from providing one of these. You will, however, have to be assessed by the selection committee during your admission interview.

 

Admissions procedure

Step 1: Initial Screening

There will be an initial screening call with the recruitment team to assess your academic, professional, English language skills and your motivation to join the programme.

They will also be able to answer any questions you may have about the programme and the admissions process.

If you pass the initial screening, you will be asked to submit an application.

Step 2: Complete Your Online Application

Applications are processed on a first-come, first served basis. As places on the programme are limited, we therefore advise you submit your application as early as possible.

Complete the online application.

The main elements of the application include:

  • Copies of diplomas/bachelor/master degrees
  • Up-to-date CV
  • Two references
  • Motivation Video
  • Funding Statement Form
  • Copy of passport
  • Photo in jpeg or png format

Step 3: Offer Confirmation

Admission decisions are sent out by email or post within a month of the submission of the application.

 

For more information, contact us

Online
Information Session

September 2021

Energy Management Centre Logo

The ECM’s Mission is to build a strategic partnership between academia, industry and government, to debate the challenges of the new energy era. It provides a platform for international dialogue through a wide range of events, publications and academic programmes.


ESCP Energy Society Logo

The ESCP Energy Society is a student association based at the London Campus. Its aim is to engage ESCP students in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities, and help develop professional skills.


 

Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability

Integration of ERS into ESCP’s mission, governance, strategy and current operations

Read more about
Sustainability at ESCP

Executive Master in
Future Energy
Fees & Financing

 

Fees

  • Tuition for the programme is set for the 2021 intake
  • There is a non-refundable application fee of €250 for all applicants
BLENDED OPTION

£16,500

ONLINE OPTION

£13,500 (participants can upgrade to the blended option by paying the difference)

Tuition fees include:
  • 360 teaching hours
  • Basic books and documentation
The following costs are not included:
  • Travel
  • Accommodation

Scholarships

We offer six categories of scholarships to participants entering the EMFE in 2022.
These are available for the following participant categories:

  • Women in leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Those working for NGO/Not-for-profit organizations
  • Those working in a Small or Medium Sized Enterprises (SME : less than 250 employees)
  • Individuals based in Emerging Markets
  • Sustainability Pioneer

Scholarship applications must be submitted together with the programme application. Please contact Ida Ofori for more information.

 
 

For more information, contact us

 

Online
Information Session

September 2021

Energy Management Centre Logo

The ECM’s Mission is to build a strategic partnership between academia, industry and government, to debate the challenges of the new energy era. It provides a platform for international dialogue through a wide range of events, publications and academic programmes.


ESCP Energy Society Logo

The ESCP Energy Society is a student association based at the London Campus. Its aim is to engage ESCP students in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities, and help develop professional skills.


 

Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability

Integration of ERS into ESCP’s mission, governance, strategy and current operations

Read more about
Sustainability at ESCP

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