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Energy Market Economist / Energy Market Economist Specialist

If your target is energy…

In addition to getting familiar with the relevant regulations, economic impacts and trends, international expectations, and European standards, our students acquire a high level of proficiency in system-based thinking, problem-solving, decisionmaking, a proactive and results-oriented approach. to perform managerial and professional tasks in the energy sector.

Program instructor: László Szabó 
Length of program: 2 semesters
Language of the program: English
Location: Budapest
Division: correspondence training
Training days: During study period, every Friday 9:00 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. (with a 1-hour-long lunch break)

Tuition fees:

• 756.000 HUF/semester

Qualification offered by the program:

• Energy Market Specialist

• Energy Market Economist


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Our programme is perfect for you...

The program is recommended for professionals working in the energy industry or public administration and those who would like to work in this field in the future.

Admission requirement:

• Energy Market Specialist: undergraduate diploma in any field is accepted

• Energy Market Economist: undergraduate diploma in economics

Documents needed for application:

• a copy of the Hungarian and English versions of the diploma (if the latter has been issued)

• CV

Welcome to the Energy Market Economist / Energy Market Economist Specialist program!

We welcome all those interested in developing their analytical and proactive thinking, energy sector-specific economic knowledge and strategic vision. We train professionals who will be well acquainted with the theory and practice of energy economics and who can handle strategic and operational challenges as well as operational tasks and problems.

Szabó László

László Szabó László
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After the graduation

After graduation, the potential job opportunities are in the electricity and gas sectors. Here, opportunities could be fostered through networking with fellow graduates and at the annual alumni meetings, where former students working in the sector at various managerial levels are represented.

In addition to the knowledge of relevant standards, economic impacts and trends, international, domestic and European regulations, the graduates will have a high level of proficiency in the use of sectoral economic specifications and tools, and will be able to think in a systems approach, problem-solving, decision making, proactive and results-oriented approach, and to perform managerial and professional tasks specific to the energy sector.

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