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Full-time Programme Learning Experience In full time mode, the learning occurs through flexible seminars/workshop sessions. These comprise of a mix of formal lectures, group study, discussion, simulation and presentations of findings by teams and individuals. On?campus students will work in teams on case studies, team activities, presentations and discussions. Support for On-Campus Students The on-campus taught mode uses a relatively traditional delivery of lectures, workshops, simulations and tutorials supported by team and individual study. The Virtual Campus also supports on-campus teaching by providing equivalent material to both distance and full-time students. Resources for on-campus students include dedicated laptop, dedicated MBA room, PowerPoint slides to support lectures, case studies, study groups, links to relevant websites, video footage, ebooks and the online Library resources. Semester 1 (September - January) BSM010 Marketing Decisions BSM013 Financial Decision Making BSM011 Business Economics BSM118 Operations Management: Oil and Gas BSM155 Change Management BSM015 Human Resource Management Semester 2 (February - May) BSM2536 Strategic Management BSM116 Leadership, Communication and Change Select three modules from: BSM117 Energy Policy and the Environment BSM578 Oil and Gas Contract Law BSM622 Health, Safety and Risk in an Organisational Context ENM207 Petroleum Economics and Asset Management BSM2519 Oil and Gas Management BSM084 Project Fundamentals Semester 3 (May-September) Complete the following modules by July: BSM2536 Strategic Management BSM116 Leadership, Communication and Change Project Stage BSM2050 Project with Energy Management focus Benefits and Aims of the MBA Oil and Gas Management Course Our philosophy to the MBA Oil and Gas Management is that it should provide you with a toolbox of skills combined with a higher level of critical thinking that will stay with you for the rest of your life. You will certainly develop better subject knowledge and how to apply strategic principles within the Oil and Gas industry. You will acquire improved communication skills, writing skills and leadership skills through the MBA experience. At a personal level you should gain higher levels of self-confidence, self esteem and improved individual strengths and abilities. Ultimately this will lead to more business experience which in turn will result in a better chance of a more responsible job, higher satisfaction with your current job or the opportunity to change or focus your career. Leadership Workshop In late May each year the school hosts an MBA leadership workshop. This is an intensive 6 day event with guest speakers from academia and industry. You will experience an outdoor leadership development day and a career leadership event. The attendees also include executives from local businesses. Study Tour - IAE Aix-en-Provence: Graduate School of Management The MBA class participates in the study tour to the South of France in June each year. Outline curriculum for study tour: Day 1: Intercultural Communication Process and Styles Flash Session Day 2 - 5: Business at the Intersection: An interdisciplinary way to look at business This study tour is delivered by speakers from IAE Aix-en-Provence Graduate Management School, Washington University's John M. Olin School of Business and the Allen Center for Executive Education at Northwestern University. Laptop Provision All full-time students will be given a laptop. MBA Tutoring and Professional Development During the MBA Oil and Gas Management course, full-time students will be paired with an academic tutor. Your MBA tutor will offer help in areas such as advice on careers, managing work-life, networking and so on. Students will participate in a number of professional development exercises aimed at helping you understand where your career is going, appreciating your personal strengths and weaknesses, and developing and reinforcing core competencies and

Full-time Programme Learning Experience In full time mode, the learning occurs through flexible seminars/workshop sessions. These comprise of a mix of formal lectures, group study, discussion, simulation and presentations of findings by teams and individuals. On?campus students will work in teams on case studies, team activities, presentations and discussions. Support for On-Campus Students The...

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