Centre for International Business Studies

Global Petroleum Show--Info Session

Resident and International oil and gas companies who want to develop high potential personnel are invited to find out what the Alberta School of Business can offer at the Global Petroleum Show next week. The School's information session happens Wednesday, June 11th, from 3:00 to 3:30 pm, at the Alberta Pavilion, Hall B, BMO Centre. 

Executive Education and The Centre for International Business Studies will be highlighting their certificate programs designed specifically for mid-career petroleum executives, as well as the School's new, industry-fostered Master of Financial Management, for individuals who aspire to Controller, Treasurer, or CFO roles. More info

Note on the Presenters:
Executive Education integrates leading-edge research with practical management training, to maximize learning for today's business leaders. The team operates out of Calgary, Edmonton, and in Austin, in partnership with the University of Texas (McCombs School of Business). At the session the Exec Ed team will be describing their newly designed Energy Strategy & Finance certificate program, which got delivered to its first cohort, in Austin, last month. More info

The Centre for International Business (CIBS) builds international leadership capacity by matching Alberta's energy sector teaching expertise with global needs for executive education and specialized training. At the session, CIBS' director of programs will describe two late-August open registry programs, for both Canadian and international managers: Strategic Management of Oil and Gas Resources, and  Transportation Management.  The latter is being offered for the first time, in concert with Enbridge Technologies International.  More info

Brief overviews also will be given of: 
  • the Canada-India Energy Forum on July 17-18, which the School is organizing in partnership with the Canada-India Business Council (C-IBC) and the Petrotech Society of India more info;
  • commissioned research done for the energy and transportation sectors.
Space is limited, so please rsvp to jcdoyle@ualberta.ca