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Intensive and valuable
Anatolii Sheviakov believes the EMME programme was the best way to get acquainted with the global energy sector’s latest tendencies and trends.
Position: Senior Specialist Finance & Economy Department
Employer: South Stream Transport B.V
The main advantage is the delicate balance between scientific theory and real practice.
‒ The main advantage is the delicate balance between scientific theory and real practice.
He is very positive about being able to study at both BI in Oslo and IFP in Paris.
‒ The new global economic trends, modern theories and business models presented at BI were strongly supported by the technical competences of IFP. This combination ensured a comprehensive understanding of the processes happening in the energy sector right now.
Among his classmates were people from a wide range of industries, such as oil and gas, renewables and distribution.
‒ The platform created by BI with the EMME programme promotes free exchange of experience and opinions between all participants, which makes the learning process even more intensive and valuable.