GREEN MBA


I am based in Ireland and am looking for information on MBA's or a third level qualification in the area of "green business" anywhere in Europe and particularly in the UK

I would be grateful for any leads or suggestions
I am based in Ireland and am looking for information on MBA's or a third level qualification in the area of "green business" anywhere in Europe and particularly in the UK

I would be grateful for any leads or suggestions



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gkhanna
Take a look at Warwick. I believe they have a MBA program geared towards green/sustainable energy. I don't know much details on it but maybe someone else does.

Ganesh
Take a look at Warwick. I believe they have a MBA program geared towards green/sustainable energy. I don't know much details on it but maybe someone else does.

Ganesh
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Alan
I think Warwick's program is focused on the whole energy industry, not just 'green' energy. And I think it's part-time. There was an interview with the geezer who runs the program if you scroll down on the Warwick profile.

To be honest, though, I would be surprised if there's any top MBA program in Europe and the UK that's not offering at least a few courses in this area (or student associations and so on)

There is a global ranking floating around out there called 'Beyond Grey Pinstripes' for sustainability oriented programs. That might give you some leads as well.
I think Warwick's program is focused on the whole energy industry, not just 'green' energy. And I think it's part-time. There was an interview with the geezer who runs the program if you scroll down on the Warwick profile.

To be honest, though, I would be surprised if there's any top MBA program in Europe and the UK that's not offering at least a few courses in this area (or student associations and so on)

There is a global ranking floating around out there called 'Beyond Grey Pinstripes' for sustainability oriented programs. That might give you some leads as well.
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SabrinaA
I think Warwick's program is focused on the whole energy industry, not just 'green' energy. And I think it's part-time.


Correct...please review the modular structure here: http://www.wbs.ac.uk/students/mba/global-energy/course-overview.cfm

_Nes
<blockquote>I think Warwick's program is focused on the whole energy industry, not just 'green' energy. And I think it's part-time.</blockquote>

Correct...please review the modular structure here: http://www.wbs.ac.uk/students/mba/global-energy/course-overview.cfm

_Nes
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miteshmcse
Do check out the MBA in Corporate social responsibility from Nottingham Business school...that might also be of help to you....
Do check out the MBA in Corporate social responsibility from Nottingham Business school...that might also be of help to you....
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D.jung
Have a look at these articles(if you haven't yet), as they might help you find the right school:

http://www.find-mba.com/article/191/more-mba-programs-focusing-on-socially-responsible-business

http://www.find-mba.com/article/296/will-the-financial-crisis-kill-the-good-corporate-citizen

and i agree with Alan - almost every good b school in europe will have some electives concerning this subject in their program.
Have a look at these articles(if you haven't yet), as they might help you find the right school:

http://www.find-mba.com/article/191/more-mba-programs-focusing-on-socially-responsible-business

http://www.find-mba.com/article/296/will-the-financial-crisis-kill-the-good-corporate-citizen

and i agree with Alan - almost every good b school in europe will have some electives concerning this subject in their program.
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The best is definitely the One Planet MBA offered by Exeter University. It's developed with WWF.
The best is definitely the One Planet MBA offered by Exeter University. It's developed with WWF.
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olaotan
Hi everyone, I have full time MBA offers from these schools for Sept 2011 and am a bit confused over which to pick; Sheffield,Exeter,Cardiff,Coventry,or East Anglia?
Any comments would be welcome as I have to decide VERY soon.
My profile: Architect with 3years experience,no GMAT.
Thanks a lot
Hi everyone, I have full time MBA offers from these schools for Sept 2011 and am a bit confused over which to pick; Sheffield,Exeter,Cardiff,Coventry,or East Anglia?
Any comments would be welcome as I have to decide VERY soon.
My profile: Architect with 3years experience,no GMAT.
Thanks a lot
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Alain
Hi everyone, I have full time MBA offers from these schools for Sept 2011 and am a bit confused over which to pick; Sheffield,Exeter,Cardiff,Coventry,or East Anglia?
Any comments would be welcome as I have to decide VERY soon.
My profile: Architect with 3years experience,no GMAT.
Thanks a lot


Hey olaotan, this thread is about "green" MBAs, so maybe you post somewhere else..
<blockquote>Hi everyone, I have full time MBA offers from these schools for Sept 2011 and am a bit confused over which to pick; Sheffield,Exeter,Cardiff,Coventry,or East Anglia?
Any comments would be welcome as I have to decide VERY soon.
My profile: Architect with 3years experience,no GMAT.
Thanks a lot</blockquote>

Hey olaotan, this thread is about "green" MBAs, so maybe you post somewhere else..
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olaotan
Oh alright,thanks anyway
Oh alright,thanks anyway
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