Objectives of the Programme
The MSc in Energy Management is designed to provide you with a holistic, 360-degree view of the energy business, covering all energy markets from oil & gas to renewables & electricity.
Its goal is to shape the future of the energy industry through innovative and immersive postgraduate study.
We provide you with the ability to develop and implement strategies to address major issues in energy regulation and policy and to understand the energy business environment and its fundamental economic and technological concepts. The programme is supported by specialist faculty-industry professionals, as well as our London-based Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM).
Taught at the London and Paris campuses, the programme includes an optional one-week seminar in the United States of America.
To be eligible you must have completed your higher education to a level equivalent to a Bachelor degree in any discipline. Honours degrees are preferred (2:1 or equivalent from an overseas institution).
The MSc in Energy Management programme does not require any previous knowledge or work experience in the energy sector. However, we require our candidates to have at least one year of work experience (including internships in any industry).
Fluency in English
For non-native English speakers, we require the following minimum scores:
TOEFL IBT: 100; TOEFL written test: 600; TOEFL computer-based: 250; IELTS: band 7.
If you are a non-native English speaker who has previously studied or worked for more than two years in an English-speaking country, you are exempt from providing a TOEFL or IELTS score. You will, however, have to be assessed by the selection committee during your admission interview.
Fees & Financials
Tuition fees for the programme are set at £21,500 (all students, EU and non-EU). Travel and accommodation costs are not covered by the fees.
There is an application fee of £130 for all applicants. Please note that the application fee is non-refundable.
Tuition fees may be subject to change.
ESCP strives to attract the best students, regardless of their financial background.
As such, the School offers a selection of financial need and merit-based scholarships. Around 400 are awarded every year, representing a total of €1,500,000.
The MSc in Energy Management offers students partial scholarships worth up to £9,000 on the basis of both academic excellence and financial need.