Those who improve our energy supply by facilitating changes are innovative and creative. They are continuously seeking opportunities for open collaboration. At EnTranCe we train these professionals. We offer a multidisciplinary learning environment in which students, researchers, businesses and authorities meet.
Living Lab EnTranCe
In the Living Lab EnTranCe students in different years of a bachelor’s or master’s programme or upper secondary vocational education learn about the energy transition. It’s where they meet managers, consultants, researchers and entrepreneurs. They also frequently go on excursions, for instance to seaport Eemshaven or a biomass power plant. In their projects, the students examine practical problems and work on potential solutions, for which they can use our extensive testing facilities. In the Living Lab EnTranCe students are in close contact with the very organisations that are at the forefront of the energy transition. Exactly those organisations within which they will contribute to the energy supply of the future after their graduation.
Master’s Programmes, Minors and Energy Tracks
At Hanze UAS, students wishing to know more about energy and the energy transition can choose between three master’s programmes and ten energy minors, or they can choose to do their graduation project in an energy-related subject. Those who want more can follow an energy track as part of their degree programme. These energy tracks consist of subjects within students’ own major as well as in other disciplines. In addition, students participate in Energy Learning Activities of the Energy Academy (Energy Academy Programme). In addition to a degree certificate, an energy route also results in an Energy Academy Certificate as well as the broad outlook needed to really help the energy transition ahead.
See the Hanze UAS website for more information about energy-related degree programmes