Global Energy MBA

Developing strategic leadership for the energy industry

Join our three year programme where we explore issues in contemporary energy management. From exploring growing demand in developing economies to considering alternative sources of supply, from considering climate change to studying energy regulation and security, we’ll help you develop the skills you need to be a visionary manager in this field.

  • Relevant
  • Convenient
  • Collaborative

Our course is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA)

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Why join us?

Continuing to work while you study also means you can apply the theories to your day-to-day work and reflect upon the practicalities of the real world; it makes theory accessible and relevant.

Part-time study gives you the best of all worlds, with the Warwick Global MBA offering you a firmly planned schedule to keep you on track. Study in bursts of residential teaching, in the UK and abroad, with your visits preceded by preparatory reading and your learning brought together by online interaction and group and individual assignments.

We're bringing together people from all over the world and from a wide range of sectors involved in the energy industry. Our programme is available to professionals already working in the industry. We're combining their industry experience with our top-class teaching to create an exciting environment in which to raise problems, clarify ideas, and discuss issues.



People join us from many areas in the energy field.

Our first four intakes have had participants from 37 nationalities, with an average of 11 year’s work experience, and an average age of 35. The age range represented spans 27–53.

  • Upstream and downstream oil and gas
  • Coal and nuclear
  • Alternative or sustainable energies
  • Generation, transmission, and distribution
  • Retail
  • Trading
  • Transport, building, & other energy-consuming industries
  • Services, design and construction
  • Financial institutions
  • Regulators and policymakers
  • Consulting, legal and professional services


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