Joint Master in Economics and Management of Network Industries (EMIN) by Comillas University

Network industries are industries which move products, information or people from one place to another via a physical network. These industries include utility networks (electricity, natural gas, water), transport networks (road, railway, air), and information networks (telecommunications, postal services). The liberalisation and re-regulation of network industries and infrastructures across the world creates a need for industries and public institutions to hire skilled professionals capable of understanding these processes and participating actively in their management and regulation.
In this framework, the EMIN Master offers the opportunity to become a qualified professional by learning the relevant engineering, economics, policy and management principles of network industries, with a special non-exclusive focus in the energy and electric power sectors.

For more information
Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería (ICAI)
Universidad Pontificia Comillas
Alberto Aguilera 25
28015 Madrid
Tel.: (+34) 91 540 62 55
Fax: (+34) 91 548 45 12


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