1 year Full Time MBA in Oil and Gas


mia
Hi guys,
I've been looking for universities and business schools that offer MBA program with specialism in Oil and Gas, but it's hard to find a full time program that will take no more than a year to complete.
The company that I'm currently working for only allows a one-year-unpaid leave so I have to finish my MBA in one year.
Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks.
Hi guys,
I've been looking for universities and business schools that offer MBA program with specialism in Oil and Gas, but it's hard to find a full time program that will take no more than a year to complete.
The company that I'm currently working for only allows a one-year-unpaid leave so I have to finish my MBA in one year.
Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks.
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Duncan
Cambridge? https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=&spec=9&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;12&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;800&averageWorkExperience=0;15
Cambridge? https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=&spec=9&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;12&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;800&averageWorkExperience=0;15
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mia
Cambridge? https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=&spec=9&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;12&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;800&averageWorkExperience=0;15[/quote]

Thanks, Duncan
I've checked the link you shared but I found that Cambridge offers MPhil degree in energy courses
[quote]Cambridge? https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=&spec=9&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;12&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;800&averageWorkExperience=0;15[/quote]

Thanks, Duncan
I've checked the link you shared but I found that Cambridge offers MPhil degree in energy courses
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Duncan
Cambridge has an energy concentration in its full-time MBA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8h83tv3I34). If you are interested only in oil and gas, but not electricity or emissions trading, then Aberdeen Business School is more modest option.
Cambridge has an energy concentration in its full-time MBA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8h83tv3I34). If you are interested only in oil and gas, but not electricity or emissions trading, then Aberdeen Business School is more modest option.
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laurie
The Aberdeen MBA is a great choice. What are your goals, and where do you want to study? If you're looking outside the UK, Curtin in Australia might be worth considering. Otherwise, you may have more options for MSc programs in Energy.
The Aberdeen MBA is a great choice. What are your goals, and where do you want to study? If you're looking outside the UK, Curtin in Australia might be worth considering. Otherwise, you may have more options for MSc programs in Energy.
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mia
Cambridge has an energy concentration in its full-time MBA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8h83tv3I34). If you are interested only in oil and gas, but not electricity or emissions trading, then Aberdeen Business School is more modest option.


Duncan, thanks for your suggestion, I'm doing more research on Aberdeen now
[quote]Cambridge has an energy concentration in its full-time MBA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8h83tv3I34). If you are interested only in oil and gas, but not electricity or emissions trading, then Aberdeen Business School is more modest option. [/quote]

Duncan, thanks for your suggestion, I'm doing more research on Aberdeen now
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mia
The Aberdeen MBA is a great choice. What are your goals, and where do you want to study? If you're looking outside the UK, Curtin in Australia might be worth considering. Otherwise, you may have more options for MSc programs in Energy.


Thanks Laurie. I'm currently working in oil and gas sector as a finance officer and I want an MBA that relates to the oil and gas/ energy sector. UK or any other country looks good for me, and I'd love it more if the campus has a high level of cultural diversity.
[quote]The Aberdeen MBA is a great choice. What are your goals, and where do you want to study? If you're looking outside the UK, Curtin in Australia might be worth considering. Otherwise, you may have more options for MSc programs in Energy.[/quote]

Thanks Laurie. I'm currently working in oil and gas sector as a finance officer and I want an MBA that relates to the oil and gas/ energy sector. UK or any other country looks good for me, and I'd love it more if the campus has a high level of cultural diversity.
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George Pat...
keep in mind, Aberdeen Business School is in Robert Gordon University. Not the same as University of Aberdeen
There is often some confusion between the two

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Feb 25, 2018]

keep in mind, Aberdeen Business School is in Robert Gordon University. Not the same as University of Aberdeen
There is often some confusion between the two
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mia
keep in mind, Aberdeen Business School is in Robert Gordon University. Not the same as University of Aberdeen
There is often some confusion between the two


Thanks, George
[quote]keep in mind, Aberdeen Business School is in Robert Gordon University. Not the same as University of Aberdeen
There is often some confusion between the two[/quote]

Thanks, George
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