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United Kingdom, Coventry / London
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The MBA Oil and Gas Management is ideal for those already working in
or associated with the energy sector.
It has been designed to equip graduates with the appropriate
management skills and knowledge to undertake a leadership role in the
oil and gas industries, one of the World’s fastest growing and most
This course comprises core modules in management, specialist modules
at the cutting edge of practice in the oil and gas industries, and an
organisation-based internship, consulting project or dissertation.
MBA programmes are delivered over four terms and you can choose to
begin your programme in October, January, April or July.
All MBA students study five core management modules, four mandatory
modules and an internship or project.
MBA Oil and Gas Management Modules include:
- Advanced Business Practice
- Sustainable Strategy – from Planning to Implementation
- Leading in a Changing World
- Finance, Funding and Legislative Frameworks for Success
- Marketing in a Global Age
- International Environmental Law
- Project Management
- Integrated Emergency Management
- The Impacts of Oil Production in the Developing World
- Organisation Internship or Consulting Project or Dissertation
These Academic Regulations for Programmes at Coventry University
London Campus provide a set of rules that must be applied when
determining the basic requirements for the construction of courses and
for entry, progression and the granting of credit-bearing programmes
at Coventry University's London Campus.
Employment in the energy sector is growing rapidly worldwide, and
offers exciting career opportunities for good managers that understand
its diverse issues, demands and challenges
Oil and Gas, often referred to as petroleum, includes exploration,
extracting, refining, transporting and marketing of these products.
This sector supplies not only fuel and gas for home and commercial
use, but also provides raw material for chemical products including
pharmaceuticals, plastics, fertilizers and pesticides. In fact, the
production, distribution, refining, and retailing of petroleum taken
as a whole represents the world's largest industry in terms of dollar
value. There are well over 100 countries involved in the extraction of
primary materials for the energy sector on every Continent.
A Coventry University London Campus MBA Oil and Gas Management
graduate is highly employable in the fastest-growing sector in the