ESCP Europe has announced a new scholarship scheme for Greek students who are interested in one of the school's energy-oriented master's programs.
The new scholarships will be available for ESCP's Master in Energy Management and Executive Master in Energy Management programs. To receive the scholarships, students must have Greek citizenship, an excellent academic background, and an offer to join one of the two master's programs.
No information was immediately available with regard to the actual amounts of the new scholarships.
The new scholarships are available through a partnership with the "Public Gas Corporation" — or "DEPA" — Greece's incumbent natural gas utility company.
ESCP's Master in Energy Management is a 15-month full-time program, while the Executive Master in Energy Management is delivered in a part-time modular format over one year.
The Executive version of the program is aimed at participants who have previous experience — the current cohort's average work experience is 13 years — either in the energy sector or another industry. Modules are delivered on ESCP's campuses in London, Berlin, Paris and Madrid; the final module is held in Brazil.
The full-time Master in Energy Management does not require work experience to apply; however, ESCP encourages applicants to have at least one year of experience. In this program, students spend their first six months in London, and the following three months in Paris. An optional, one-week seminar in Canada is also offered as part of the program.
ESCP Europe also offers an Executive MBA program.
For more information, please see ESCP Europe's news release announcing the launch of the DEPA Academic Excellence scholarships.
Image: "ESCP Europe Campus Paris" by R-Hudit / Creative Commons