Energy experts from around the world are to come to Glasgow to study as part of an international MBA programme launched in May.
The bespoke MBA (Masters in Business Administration) will be run jointly by ScottishPower, its parent company Iberdrola, Strathclyde University and Madrid’s Comillas Pontifical University ICAI.
The degree course will see Iberdrola employees from more than 40 countries come to Scotland and Spain to study technical and commercial aspects of worldwide energy markets.
Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Strathclyde Business School, said: “This is a truly international partnership that will involve staff from Spain, Mexico, Brazil and the US, providing them with a global perspective of successful strategies for the energy industry.
“Strathclyde Business School is known for innovation in leadership and management education, and our aim is to add value to our partners’ achievements by working with them on the development of their talent, building reflective and agile teams.”