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27 September 2013
Editorial

We report below on the success of our joint conference with City University London and Holman Fenwick Willan LLP on "Energy Developments in the South-East Mediterranean", held at the Hellenic Centre, London 20-21st September. We were particularly honoured to have the Minister of Energy from Greece Dr. Yannis Maniatis and Nicos Kouyialis, Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment, from Cyprus as speakers.

This month, ESCP Europe is celebrating two major accolades from the UK press.  

The Times Higher Education magazine has shortlisted us for the Business School of the Year category in their 2013 Awards - look out for the results at the end of November.

In addition, the School has been ranked no.1 in all our five campus countries (France, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy) in the Financial Times Masters in Management rankings, coming no.2 worldwide and in top position for International Experience.

These acheivements come in the light of our continuing growth and innovation, particularly in the UK, where we are marking 40 years in the country as pioneers of cross-border business education.

This month we are proud to announce the launch of a new set of Advanced Master Classes in business, covering a range of topics, encompassing Finance, Economics and Energy Management, with more subjects to be added soon.

We also extend a very warm welcome to our third cohort of Executive Master in Energy Management participants, who began their studies in London at the beginning of September and to the first cohort of students on our brand new full-time Master in Energy Management programme, which began at the end of the month.

We would like to thank ESCP Europe Alumni's Energy and Environment Club for organising a joint mini conference on 'Energy Efficiency in the UK' at Natixis Bank on the 25th September. This gave our current executive participants the chance to network with London-based alumni interested in the topic.

October is also looking just as active and interesting, with a major conference organised by the French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain on October 29th at One Great George Street. UK Director Dr Patrick Gougeon will be giving a talk and a special issue of the Chamber's magazine 'Info' will be devoted to the conference.

Conferences & Workshops
Affiliates' Events
29th October, 2013; One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA, United Kingdom

In the context of the reforms of the UK Energy Policy and with French companies being key players and world leaders in the Energy sector, the French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain organised, in partnership with the French Embassy in the UK, a conference on Energy where the challenges and business opportunities the UK Energy policy represents were debated.

250 leaders from across the energy sector discussed the major challenges the industry faces and shared best practices.

Speakers included: 

  • Stephen Burgin, Regional Vice President Northern and Central Europe, Alstom
  • Robert Davies, Chief Executive Officer, Areva UK
  • Renaud Digoin Danzin, Executive Director, SPIE UK
  • Patrick Gougeon, Director, ESCP Europe
  • Angela Knight, Chief Executive, Energy UK
  • Vincent de Rivaz, Chief Executive, EDF Energy
  • Patrice de Vivies, Senior Vice-President Northern Europe, Total Exploration Production, Chairman of Total Holdings UK
  • Rochdi Ziyat, Managing Director, Vinci Energies UK


For more information about the event, please click here.

Past events
20th - 21st September, 2013; Hellenic Centre, 18 Paddington St. W1U 5AS, London, United Kingdom

The Energy Developments in South-East Mediterranean Conference was organised by  City University London, The  Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at  ESCP Europe and Holman Fenwick Willan LLP, with the support of the Greek Energy Forum

Government representatives, international organisations, financial institutions,  energy corporations, law firms and top energy experts discussed the current challenges and opportunities of the Energy industry in South - East Europe.

Latest News
27 September 2013

ESCP Europe's London campus is hosting its annual Open Doors day on 26th October 2013. 

With our five campuses in Europe (London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Torino) and partner institutions across the globe, we promise an international and innovative education that will broaden your career horizons ...

25 September 2013

The 'Energy Developments in South-East Mediterranean' Conference was held on 20th-21st September at the Hellenic Centre, London. The event was jointly organised by the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM)  at  ESCP Europe,  City University London and Holman Fenwick Willan LLP, with the support ...

16 September 2013

ESCP Europe's Master in Management (MiM) programme has been placed in the top 3 of the annual Financial Times ranking for the Master in Management programme for the past six years.

This year the School is once again ranked no. 1 in each of the countries in which it is located: France, UK, Germany, ...

05 September 2013

ESCP Europe (est. 1819) is proud to announce its place in the short list of the Times Higher Education Awards for 2013.

"We have been in the UK for 40 years now. This nomination recognises our ongoing efforts to continue to grow, innovate and reach out to the academic, student and business communities. ...

Research & Publications
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Advanced Master Classes

Boost your professional career with ESCP Europe Business School's executive advanced master classes

ESCP Europe Business School has created a new portfolio of Executive Advanced Master Classes encompassing Finance, Economics and Energy Management.

The courses are taught in English at our five campuses in London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Turin and offer:

  • Enhanced performance.   Our advanced master classes deliver cutting-edge thinking and best business practices, giving you the skills to meet your individual and organisational challenges.  The highly interactive capability-building workshops and seminars will run over 2-3 days and are designed to empower you to perform at your very best
  • World-class faculty.   Our advanced master classes are taught by ESCP Europe's international experts, skilled in bringing the results of their research, together with their work with leading global companies, into real business practice
  • A Global Perspective.   Our advanced master classes offer participants a ready-made network, bringing together fellow participants from a wide variety of countries, organisations and backgrounds, with guest speakers and the ESCP Europe community

 

Trading Room

ESCP Europe prides itself on offering our students and executives an education that moves far beyond the traditional lecture hall set-up, and nothing embodies this better than the simulation run in our Trading Room at ESCP Europe's London Campus.

The ESCP Europe's Dynamic Commodity Trading and its Alpha Commodity Trading System (ACTS) has been recently added to our expertise and portfolio of courses and is ready to be delivered in its various versions for a number of different potential target audiences (e.g. postgraduate Master students, new Trader recruits and Senior Experienced Traders).

Programmes
The Master in Energy Management (MEM) at ESCP Europe is a one-year, full-time postgraduate programme, taught in London and Paris, for those aiming towards a career in the energy sector.
ESCP Europe's Executive Master in Energy Management is an international, part-time, 12-month programme taught in English in London, Berlin, Madrid and New Delhi.
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