The Energy Security Studies program responds to demand from the public and private sectors to provide highly qualified graduates capable of critically analyzing the situation arising in the fields of production, consumption, and transport of energy in the context of related economic and political issues. The curriculum of the program builds on the analysis of EU and central European energy markets, impacts of new trends in the energy sector, new actors in energy markets, and the dynamic relations between leading world producers, consumers, and transit countries. In addition to these topics, the curriculum also focuses on environmental, technical, economic, and legal dimensions of energy use. Many lecturers are leading experts on energy-related issues and on international energy security. Attention is also turned to theoretical approaches and use of appropriate research methods to understand these problems.
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Graduates can find their employment at many different positions at various institutions:
- Energy companies, diplomatic services
- International organizations (particularly the eu and associated agencies)
- State administration
- Political parties
- Research institutions and universities … etc.
Last updated April 22, 2016