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EUREC, European MS in RE

Learn about alternative energy graduate programs, research, outreach and "fun stuff" at these great schools

 

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EUREC Agency

Location:  Europe/various

Mission:  The goal of the European Master in Renewable Energy is to train post-graduate students to fill the gap between the growing industry demand for specialized renewable energy expertise and the skills available in the job market. EUREC Agency together with leading European Universities involved in renewable energy education training have responded to this demand through the development of the European Master in Renewable Energy.

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 Graduate Programs  Cool Research  Student Outreach & Activities

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EUREC offers one degree program, the European Master in Renewable Energy, in which students study with at least two different universities.

 For information about participating universities, click here.

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EUREC’s partnering universities are involved in a wide variety of energy-related projects. Here are a few we’d like to highlight:

Northumbria University provides research opportunities for those students specializing in photovoltaics.

The National Technical University of Athens specializes in wind energy

University of Zarazoga focuses on grid integration.

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Most activities likely occur on the campuses where Masters candidates study, but EUREC does still offer a few outreach programs of its own.

EUREC Awards

European Photovoltaic Technology Platform

Business Partnerships

EUREC also helps its students and alumni with work placement by posting job ads.

 

Our Favorite Find: EUREC’s Articles Page.  We particularly appreciate EUREC’s short online articles that guide students toward job opportunities and promising markets in the renewable energy sector. Unlike the job postings, these articles are available to anyone who visits their website and are likely to be of interest to all Dayawayers. To read them, click here.


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