New 18-month, part-time program set to begin in January 2010

BI Norwegian School of Management in Oslo, Norway has launched a new 18-month, part-time Executive MBA (EMBA) in Energy Management. The program will begin in January 2010, and will be offered in partnership with Nanyang Business School in Singapore and IFP School in Paris.

The program involves three study periods in Oslo, two in Singapore, and one in Paris.

According to BI Norwegian, the new program is intended for those who have significant work experience within the energy sector or industries which are closely related to the energy field.

For more information, please visit the BI Norwegian website.

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