Did you know that FEB MSc students are eligible for the Energy Certificate when they decide to focus their electives and/or thesis on Energy?
The energy sector is changing dramatically: governments are promoting renewable energy and the conventional oil and gas resources are becoming depleted. The energy sector therefore faces huge economic, business and financial challenges that require experts.
When you choose the Energy Certificate, you will add the energy sector to your career opportunities!
Check the website to see how your (future) MSc programme fits the Energy Certificate.
► Visit our Information meeting. Tuesday 11 October 2016, 5.00-6.30pm, room 5412.0028. (No registration needed). For (prospective) FEB master students.
► Find out about energy events of FEB, such as study trips to energy companies, and about the opportunities of the Energy Certificate.
1) take and pass the electives:
-Energy & Finance (semester 1.2 (NB current MSc students, choose asap!))-Energy Transition & Innovation (semester 2.1)-Economics of Regulating Markets (semester 2.2)
2) choose two from these three courses and write and successfully round off an MSc thesis on an energy topic. (In order to check whether a topic meets the criteria for the certificate, please contact the coordinator of the certificate, Professor Machiel Mulder).
When you’ve passed the courses, and/or have chosen your thesis subject, you inform your MSc coordinator, who will apply for the certificate on your behalf.
The electives can be taken in (or added to) the following MSc programmes: Economics, DD Economics & Economic Analysis, Finance, IB&M, IE&B, MSc BA and MSc International Financial Management. The energy elective(s) that are not included in your master’s degree must be completed on top of your regular coursework). Check the website to see how your MSc fits the Energy Certificate.
► Come to the information meeting on 11 October 2016► Check the Energy Certificate website
► Contact the coordinator of the certificate Professor Machiel Mulder
► Visit FEB’s master event on 23 November 2016: representatives of the Energy Certificate will also be present with an information stand and presentations.
"Studying energy made me well-prepared to help face the challenge of the energy transition - Having developed a strong personal interest in energy during my studies, Economics of Regulating Markets (ERM) was my favorite course of the master's degrees in Economics and Finance. It offers the perfect way to get acquainted with the basics of the different energy systems and how these markets could be regulated effectively. The weekly case studies cover present-day topics and make sure you have up-to-date knowledge about the dynamic energy industry."
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