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Plan how to get the Energy Certificate in yóur MSc | including Gas Plant Excursion 17 May

04 April 2017

MSc students, or MSc students-to-be : do you want to add the energy sector to your career opportunities? Choose the Energy Certificate during your FEB MSc programme! You can do this by focusing your electives and/or thesis on Energy. (Courses: Energy & Finance, Energy Transition & Innovation, Economics of Regulating Markets)

Why the energy certificate?

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. The FEB Energy Certificate gives you specialized knowledge to help you successfully navigate these challenges.

How? Apply for an elective now!

Are you currently taking your MSc (mainly those who started in February can still join) and interested in the Energy Certificate?

·         Check the Energy Certificate website to see how your MSc programme fits and the steps to take.

·         Sign up now for the course Economics of Regulating Markets for semester 2B (before the course registration deadline of 9 April 2017).

Or consider it for your future MSc

If you are a Bachelor student, planning for your master choice, you can sign up for updates about the energy certificate.

Choose the elective(s) and register for free Energy Excursion on 17 May (limited places)

Will you participate or are you already participating in an elective course belonging to the Energy Certificate? In that case you have the opportunity to register for the free energy excursion on Wednesday 17 May (8.30-17.00h):

·         Gas plant on ( Electrabel Maximale Centrale) of Engie in Lelystad

·         solar park (Vierverlaten) in Groningen.

You will get a tour and additional presentations and discussions on recent developments in the electricity market, investments in power plants and reorganization of firms.

Are you interested? Please subscribe directly if you want to join .

Limited number of seats!

More info:

Last modified:04 April 2017 09.50 a.m.

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