To be considered as an applicant for the Offshore Wind Energy MBA programme, the candidate is already a professional with relevant work experience. Each application is considered individually and we welcome qualifications from various backgrounds.
The formal criteria is a bachelor or other equivalent degree combined with two years’ work experience. If the applicants do not meet this criteria, they may still be considered if they can demonstrate other capabilities or relevant professional qualifications e.g. more than 5 years’ business experience in the industry.
The Offshore Wind Energy MBA is an English-taught programme and the modules are highly interactive. Candidates must show proficiency in English to successfully participate in the modules and go through extensive pre-reading.
This module aims to
enable the participants to access the occupational health & safety risks
for the Offshore Industry, to apply the principles of health & safety based
on the European regulatory framework, to enable to search for good practices
across borders and industries, and to translate all of this into internal rules
for the company.
This interactive lecture is split into two phases:
- The first phase
addresses the operational risks for the workers going Offshore, based on a
generic Offshore wind-farm located in the North sea 100nm from shore. The
course provides methods and tools that could be applied to defined
internal rules and guidelines based on the current legal framework.
- The second phase
will focus on emergency preparedness. Due to the environmental conditions
and the long distance to shore, any small accident could lead to a very
severe accident in case the appropriated measures have not been