With BSc in Mechanical Engineering, I have had over twenty (20) years of varying engineering working experience. Over fifteen (15) years has been with the Volta River Authority (VRA), a power utility in Ghana, in which I served in various capacities including Project Engineer and Co-ordinator on various engineering projects typically power plant (hydro and thermal) construction and rehabilitation projects. I recently completed my secondment assignment to the West African Gas Pipeline Company (WAPCO), where I spent nearly the last five (5) years of my career working on a Gas Pipeline Project (WAGP), which sought to install about 600km of gas pipeline, to bring gas from Nigeria to Ghana, through Benin and Togo, for power generation and industrial use.
It is my involvement on this project, coupled with a strong commitment to further develop a career in oil and gas industry that informed my decision to pursue a management programme in oil and gas management. My decision has been further buttressed by the up coming oil and gas industry as a result of the recent oil and gas discovery in Ghana. I therefore thought that undertaking an MBA postgraduate programme in oil and gas management would be an essential first step towards my career ambition. I would hopefully be positioning myself in readiness to take advantage of opportunities available, so as to provide the needed top level management expertise required to assist in the corporate realization of Ghana’s objective in the oil and gas industry as well as the energy sector.
Why study at RGU?
I am particularly interested in the course offered at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, as the programme is so designed to gain a comprehensive knowledge of the theory, practice and execution of business decisions in the oil & gas as well as the energy industry. I would find my interaction with experienced business executives and professionals through the leadership workshops, study...