Gas Infrastructure Management

Gas Infrastructure Management is a specialised Master’s Degree programme for the training of engineers and senior managers in gas companies and organisations which carry out transmission, trade, distribution, and exploitation of natural gas. The objective of the training in the course of studies is to offer contemporary knowledge and the latest practices in this field.

This category encompasses classical and modern methods and educational tools in the training in such course units as: “Design of Gas Supply Systems”, “Economics and Management of a Gas Company”, “Risk Management in Gas Supply”, “Rules, Standards, and Codes for the Management of Gas Infrastructure”, etc.

Taking a degree in the course of studies provides engineering and technical knowledge and practical experience, owing to which the graduates will perform as successful managers of a new generation who are able to solve issues in the gas industry in a sustainable manner.

Vocational field 5.8 Exploration, mining, and processing of minerals
Course of study Gas Infrastructure Management
Educational and qualification degree Master
Vocational qualification Engineer – M.Sc.
Form of study Full-time
Duration of study 1.5 years (three semesters)
2 years (four semesters)