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Study Tour

About the Programme 

ESCP Europe Business School offers to Master in Energy Management students an International Seminar in Calgary and Fort McMurray, Alberta Canada from June 22nd to June 27th, 2015. However, all arrivals in Calgary should be on Sunday, June 21st.

Alberta is knows to be Canada's leading producer of petrochemicals. It is a leader in technology and research on oil sands and heavy oil. The production and export of natural gas are important for the country's economy. Students will experience how the business and expertise are utilized to create an innovative way of evolving within the Energy Industry. On this International Seminar, all participants will be exposed to business know-hows, industry and public policy issues in both academic and industry environment, as well for understanding how innovation keeps boosting the Canadian economy. 

Course Description

Students will attend lectures by local experts, seminars by practitioners and engage in company visits. The objective of the seminar is to learn about the expertise, technologies and services delivered within the Energy Industry and how to be differentiated globally.

Coordinator

Georgia Makridou, PhD Candidate and Researcher for RCEM (Reseach Centre for Energy Management).  Tel: 0044 207 443 8828,gmakridou@escpeurope.eu

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