Cranfield to Launch a New MBA in Energy

Full-time MBA will take 13 months to complete; will launch in September

The UK's Cranfield School of Management has announced plans to launch a new MBA program in Energy

The new program will be delivered on a full-time basis beginning this September. In addition to the core MBA curriculum, the program will cover a number of specialized topics in energy, with modules like "Energy Markets: An Executive Perspective," "Sustainable and Conventional Energy Technologies," and "Resource Management Strategy," among others.

The program will also feature an energy consultancy project, where MBA students will work on a real-world project for a sponsor company. 

According to a Cranfield press release, the university's facilities, such as a gas turbine plant, an ocean systems lab, and high-temperature coating test facilities, make it a unique place to study energy.

The new MBA in Energy will take 13 months to complete.

To apply for the program, potential students should have at least three years of work experience. Experience in the energy sector is not necessary.

For more information, please see Cranfield's MBA Energy course webpage.

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