MBA program for oil and gas professional


Hi all,
I am looking for a suitable program for oil and gas professional (upstream engineering-well engineers).
The aim is to advance carrier in energy, clean teach and power.
anyone in quest for the same please connect.
any advice is welcome.

Hi all,
I am looking for a suitable program for oil and gas professional (upstream engineering-well engineers).
The aim is to advance carrier in energy, clean teach and power.
anyone in quest for the same please connect.
any advice is welcome.
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StuartHE

Perfect list: https://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-school-by-speciality/top-business-schools-for-energy-and-natural-resources 

PS Also check out the 'related discussions' section lower down on that page, especially if you want an online degree. 

[Edited by StuartHE on Mar 30, 2021]

Perfect list: https://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-school-by-speciality/top-business-schools-for-energy-and-natural-resources&nbsp;<br><br>PS Also check out the 'related discussions' section lower down on that page, especially if you want an online degree.&nbsp;
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Thanks Stuart for your advice. 
I have checked the list and gone through some of the threads. 
I believe that I have a budget of 55k USD in which UEBS and ICBS looks good. 
But should I be concern with the budget. How good is the option of taking education loan. 
Also I am not working right now because of Covid-19 I was laid off. So I am planning for full time MBA. 
Is it a good option to go for a full time MBA and get the job in some other segment in energy using MBA degree?
My primary purpose is to change geography and change status from oil and gas to something else within energy domain. 
I have PG diploma in clean tech also and I also pursued ERP from GARP. 
Kindly Suggest. 

Thanks Stuart for your advice.&nbsp;<br>I have checked the list and gone through some of the threads.&nbsp;<br>I believe that I have a budget of 55k USD in which UEBS and ICBS looks good.&nbsp;<br>But should I be concern with the budget. How good is the option of taking education loan.&nbsp;<br>Also I am not working right now because of Covid-19 I was laid off. So I am planning for full time MBA.&nbsp;<br>Is it a good option to go for a full time MBA and get the job in some other segment in energy using MBA degree?<br>My primary purpose is to change geography and change status from oil and gas to something else within energy domain.&nbsp;<br>I have PG diploma in clean tech also and I also pursued ERP from GARP.&nbsp;<br>Kindly Suggest.&nbsp;
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StuartHE

London and Cambridge are major clean tech bubs. I would look at MSc programmes specialized in clean tech on London and around London: Cambridge, Cranfield, Imperial, Oxford, UCL. My gut feeling is that Imperial is the right place to be, but the MBA is not the only option. Edinburgh is obviously very strong for carbon finance. 

London and Cambridge are major clean tech bubs. I would look at MSc programmes specialized in clean tech on London and around London: Cambridge, Cranfield, Imperial, Oxford, UCL. My gut feeling is that Imperial is the right place to be, but the MBA is not the only option. Edinburgh is obviously very strong for carbon finance.&nbsp;
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laurie

But should I be concern with the budget. How good is the option of taking education loan. 

If you aren't a resident of the UK it might be complicated to get a traditional loan without a cosigner. 

But in terms of the schools you are looking at you are most likely eligible to apply for loans from international providers like Prodigy Finance. This level of provider is good for international students attending quality MBA programs where there is good potential for solid post-degree salaries. 

[quote]But should I be concern with the budget. How good is the option of taking education loan.&nbsp;
[/quote]<br>If you aren't a resident of the UK it might be complicated to get a traditional loan without a cosigner.&nbsp;<br><br>But in terms of the schools you are looking at you are most likely eligible to apply for loans from international providers like Prodigy Finance. This level of provider is good for international students attending quality MBA programs where there is good potential for solid post-degree salaries.&nbsp;
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