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Baku Summer Energy School (BSES) is an annual two-week certificate programme of the Caspian Center for Energy and Environment (CCEE) of ADA University held in July in partnership with the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR), British Petroleum in Azerbaijan and ExxonMobil. It brings together world-renowned scholars, academicians and policy makers to examine and gain a better understanding of global energy and environment issues and their practical application.
The 11th annual Baku Summer Energy School (BSES) will take place from 9-21 July 2017. Application deadline is 1 May 2017.
The Baku Summer Energy School studies a wide range of issues:
A special focus of the programme is on the Caspian Basin, including regional pipeline network development, geopolitics of the Caspian and ist legal status, and the strategic outlook of SOCAR .As well as this, to mark the 10th anniversary of the programme, successful completion of the BSES will constitute completion of the first module of the joint ADA University-Graduate School of Geneva Executive Master of Arts (EMA) Degree in Energy Studies.
Instructors & Speakers
The programme provides a balanced approach in studying energy and the environment. BSES instructors and speakers are leading national and international experts from academia, public and private sectors:
BSES is organised for both national and international specialists dealing with energy and environment related issues:
In order to apply for the two week certificate programme, Baku Summer Energy School (BSES), please send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org . The deadline is 1 May 2017, GMT 18:00.
Incomplete applications, as well as applications submitted after the deadline, will not be considered.
Source and further details: Caspian Center for Energy and Environment (CCEE)