MSc in Energy, Trade and Finance earns industry stamp of approval
Energy Institute endorsement highlights quality of postgraduate qualification
Cass's Masters in Energy, Trade and Finance has won re-accreditation from the industry's professional body, the Energy Institute (EI).
The endorsement, which lasts for five years, indicates the quality of the qualification and shows it is officially recognised across the energy industry.
Course director, Professor Michael Tamvakis, said: "We are delighted the course has been awarded a stamp of approval for the second consecutive time. The award highlights the quality and relevance of the course content. It also shows the qualification is recognised by the industry, giving Cass students a boost as they embark on their careers in the sector."
The re-accreditation follows a rigorous assessment process which saw EI officials scrutinise the course content and structure, and interview senior managers, lecturers, students and alumni.
The EI is the professional body for the energy industry, delivering good practice and professionalism across the sector. It supports more than 16,000 individuals and 250 companies across 100 countries.
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