The degree programme comprises four semesters (Two years), beginning in the winter semester and completed with a Master of Science degree. The German-Russian Master's degree programme International Energy Economics and Business Administration combines business administration, economics and political-legal aspects and enables specialisation in the field of international energy economics. More information about the contents of the degree programme, the course of studies and how to apply for this programme can be found on the following page.

A student in the International Energy Economics and Business Administration Master's programme takes notes.
A student in the International Energy Economics and Business Administration Master's programme takes notes. Photo: Christian Hüller / Leipzig University, SUK

Master International Energy Economics and Business Administration

This German-Russian postgraduate course at Leipzig University and the State Institute of International Relations in Moscow enables students to specialise in the field of international energy management.

The students address business management, economic and political-legal aspects of energy management. In addition, the degree programme provides intercultural understanding and international contacts. The Russian and German students complete one semester each in Moscow and Leipzig. An internship - preferably in the field of international energy management - is integrated into the curriculum.
 

  • Completed qualification: Master of Science
  • Standard period of study: 4 semesters
  • Volume: 120 credit points
  • Start: Winter semester

The Master's programme in International Energy Economics and Business Administration is modularised and follows a clear structure.

1st semester

  • Intercultural communication
  • Economic fundamentals
  • Business fundamentals

2nd semester

  • Legal and Political Background of the Energy Sector in Russia
  • Economics of the Energy Sector I 
  • Business Administration in the Energy Sector I

3rd semester

  • Legal and Political Background of the Energy Sector in Russia
  • Economics of the Energy Sector II
  • Business Administration in the Energy Sector II

4th semester

  • Internship
  • Master thesis

Application requirements

  • Six-semester vocational university degree or equivalent degree from abroad
  • Language skills: English B2/German B2
  • In general at least a year of vocational experience
  • Aptitude test

Deadlines

Please refer to the Page of the degree programme for the relevant application deadlines.

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