HELP!!! Master in Energy Management in Europe


JS

Hi guys !


I am interested in Master in Energy Management program of ESCP, which takes place in London and Paris campuses, also as I know 2013 year is first intake year for Master in Energy Management students.

I have 6+ experience in Finance (Assurance) and Metallurgical (Sales and Purchasing division) filed, currently interested in Energy sector want to try my best and apply for above mentioned master.

But I am little confused as I do not know what will be after the finishing of master program. One I know that I could not make even internship in UK, because visa will be for 6 months, to get job in France (I know French) will be quite tough as I am not citizen of EU country.

Have someone heard about ESCP MEM program? Actually is master degree applicable for me? as I have 6 year experience.

Also could someone advise about ESCP? What kind of school it is?

Thank you

JJ

Hi guys !


I am interested in Master in Energy Management program of ESCP, which takes place in London and Paris campuses, also as I know 2013 year is first intake year for Master in Energy Management students.

I have 6+ experience in Finance (Assurance) and Metallurgical (Sales and Purchasing division) filed, currently interested in Energy sector want to try my best and apply for above mentioned master.

But I am little confused as I do not know what will be after the finishing of master program. One I know that I could not make even internship in UK, because visa will be for 6 months, to get job in France (I know French) will be quite tough as I am not citizen of EU country.

Have someone heard about ESCP MEM program? Actually is master degree applicable for me? as I have 6 year experience.

Also could someone advise about ESCP? What kind of school it is?

Thank you

JJ






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Duncan

ESCP is the world's oldest school of business and one of the top French grandes ecoles. It's a good school.

I think the best way for you to get a job in France will be to study in French. Perhaps consider this: http://www.escpeurope.eu/escp-europe-programmes/master-in-european-business-meb-escp-europe/master-in-european-business/overview/overview-meb-master-in-european-business-escp-europe/

I'd also consider:
- M.Sc.Project Management for Environmental & Energy Engineering - École des Mines de Nantes
- M.Eng.Energy - Ecole Centrale Paris

ESCP is the world's oldest school of business and one of the top French grandes ecoles. It's a good school.

I think the best way for you to get a job in France will be to study in French. Perhaps consider this: http://www.escpeurope.eu/escp-europe-programmes/master-in-european-business-meb-escp-europe/master-in-european-business/overview/overview-meb-master-in-european-business-escp-europe/

I'd also consider:
- M.Sc.Project Management for Environmental & Energy Engineering - École des Mines de Nantes
- M.Eng.Energy - Ecole Centrale Paris
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JS

Thanks Dunkun for your reply

Could I consider MEM program as high risk program because it is first intake? (In high risk I mean high education background in energy and job placement after program)

Or if it is launched by ESCP it means that, this program will do its best?

Thanks Dunkun for your reply

Could I consider MEM program as high risk program because it is first intake? (In high risk I mean high education background in energy and job placement after program)

Or if it is launched by ESCP it means that, this program will do its best?
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Duncan

No, I think it's risky for you because it's taught in English, mainly in London. That does not fit with your goal of France.

No, I think it's risky for you because it's taught in English, mainly in London. That does not fit with your goal of France.
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JS

Thank Dunkun for advise

Actually I speak both English and French fluently.

Thank Dunkun for advise

Actually I speak both English and French fluently.
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Duncan

Maybe the Warwick MBA then? You can take elective from their executive MBA in energy... http://www.wbs.ac.uk/courses/mba/full-time/details/

Maybe the Warwick MBA then? You can take elective from their executive MBA in energy... http://www.wbs.ac.uk/courses/mba/full-time/details/
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jjriza

Hi! Did you end up doing the ESCP MEM programme? I am going to apply soon but I cannot get in touch with the University. I sent out e-mails, called me, even contacted them on the social media, but no answer so far. Is it a good course? Is it very competitive?

Thanks!

Hi! Did you end up doing the ESCP MEM programme? I am going to apply soon but I cannot get in touch with the University. I sent out e-mails, called me, even contacted them on the social media, but no answer so far. Is it a good course? Is it very competitive?

Thanks!
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