Student BSc Economics & Business Economics - Stan Engbers
"The minor Energy provides a great opportunity to explore highly relevant energy problems from different perspectives. Together with other students from multiple backgrounds, you learn to tackle these problems. Tackling these problems includes negotiation and making concessions, because these issues are highly complex.
The minor starts with the basics of energy in different disciplines. All facets of energy markets are discussed, from learning what energy is to regulation. Step by step you gain more knowledge, including the current difficulties regarding the energy transition. The final outcome is that current energy problems cannot be handled with a uniform solution, but require a flexible approach.
The energy minor gives you a lot of freedom to address real-life energy problems from within your own discipline, in collaboration with other students from other disciplines. Together with these students, you reach an outcome that helps multiple stakeholders in dealing with the energy transition. The current relevance of this field of study makes this minor extremely interesting and valuable for your career."
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