The IGLUS training module in Kampala and will take place from 15 – 26 January 2018. For more information, visit the Executive Master Overview page.
Background Budapest became a co-capital in 1873, when it was a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire. After some attempts to acquire independence Hungary found itself in the socialist camp of the USSR at the end of World War II. Finally, country became independent in 1989 and in 2004 joined the European Union. Since that time it […]
Introduction The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) is an agency of the federal government tasked with governing the rules of the National Electricity Market (NEM), the electricity grid covering the Australian states of Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. This represents approximately 80% of the Australian energy consumption (AEMC 2017). […]
Moscow is the capital of the Russian Federation and officially has 12.3M citizens (current Moscow density is 4931 people/km² on 2561.5 km² area). It forms the largest agglomeration in Europe with over 17M inhabitants. Moscow GDP per capita in 2009 was USD 40.800 or on the average OECD countries level (national indicator was USD 10.200). […]