Taking a class in energy studies during the summer can be a great choice to help the student shorten the length of time it takes to meet degree requirements. By graduating sooner, the individual can get a jump-start on his or her new career in the field of energy. Summer classes are also a good choice for professionals who are already working in the field.
If you have not taken a summer class before you may be wondering, "What is a Summer Course in Energy?" Summer classes are accelerated versions of the classes offered during normal school semesters. They meet more frequently in order to cover the same amount of material. A course in the broad field of energy could include classes such as: energy engineering, energy management, oil and gas, or renewable energy. For instance, you might decide to select a class in oil and gas partnerships or perhaps a course in marine renewable energy.
Students who select classes in energy are usually intending to pursue a career in this field. The objective of the summer course is to provide an overview and help the student develop the analytical skills to understand complex issues in the field. The course will also provide a foundation so that the student can understand how to offer practical solutions.
The cost of a summer course will vary greatly depending upon the selection of the institution, where the student will be living, and whether the student is taking the class online or in a classroom. Students are encouraged to do their research so that the course and the school will be in alignment with individual goals.
Enrolling in a Summer Course in Energy offers added qualifications for someone already working in the field. For the student currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program, summer classes provide an opportunity to get ahead faster.
Summer courses in energy are available online, with international options. The advantages of enrolling in an online course are many, especially for the individual who needs a flexible schedule to accommodate work or other commitments search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The two weeks Summer Program (40 hours) offers you interdisciplinary knowledge in the fields of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
Why attend the Renewable Energy Summer Course in Spain?
The ZubiGune Foundation is part of the Usurbil’s Vocational Training School, Referral Centre in its Region for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (Spain).
The ZubiGune Foundation takes part in different national and international projects related to Renewable Energy and also develops and executes technological and innovation projects for local SMEs.
In 2018 ZubiGune has been awarded in the “Awards of Excellence” taken in Australia, by The World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics (WFCP), an international network of Colleges and Associations of Colleges of Renewable Energy.
The two weeks Summer Program (40 hours) offers you interdisciplinary knowledge in the fields of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy:...
The activity will consist of twelve lectures. Each lecture will cover a topic contained in a standard Nuclear Physics textbook extended to show how our understanding has
The activity will consist of twelve lectures. Each lecture will cover a topic contained in a standard Nuclear Physics textbook extended to show how our understanding has deeply changed due to the experience accumulated in the last decades. In particular, we shall concentrate on aspects related to recent progress driven by research with radioactive beams (RIBs), ab-initio structure model and modern nucleon-nucleon interactions, nuclear matter studies and applications of astrophysical and practical interest.
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The winter school is dedicated to Ph.D. students who perform their research activities in the field of fluid machinery and energy systems engineering, including turbomach
The winter school is dedicated to Ph.D. students who perform their research activities in the field of fluid machinery and energy systems engineering, including turbomachinery, internal combustion engines, energy conversion systems, power plants, renewable energy systems, and innovative energy systems. The winter school will be held in March and will be organized with seminars of experts and sessions with information and experience discussion among student and professors. the school will be held for five days, and national and international speakers will be invited to present their experience and their research activities. speakers will be invited from academia, industry and research centers....
Auditors need to develop and improve their ability to analyze changes, to address the related risks and challenges and to continuously adapt their audit methods and appro
Auditors need to develop and improve their ability to analyze changes, to address the related risks and challenges and to continuously adapt their audit methods and approaches. To do so, it is essential for audit institutions to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with academic researchers. In other terms, the audit profession and research must advance hand in hand. To reach this goal the University of Pisa and the European Court of Auditors (ECA), the EU’s independent external auditor, have set up and jointly organized a Summer School in public auditing and accountability
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Moscow State Institute Of International Relations, MGIMO
This year MGIMO International Summer School offers two intensive Modules “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” and “Russian Energy Policy and International Energy C
Best Summer Courses in Energy Studies 2019/2020.
This year MGIMO International Summer School offers two intensive Modules “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” and “Russian Energy Policy and International Energy Cooperation”.
Both Modules are taught in English by renowned internationally recognized MGIMO University professors, at a graduate level. Students will attend daily lectures, followed by group discussions and teamwork projects, meet prominent Russian politicians and diplomats, representatives of Russian and international big businesses.
Each module consists of Discipline-Specific Courses (62 contact hours including an oral exam, 5 ECTS credits), and 30 contact hours and 14 field trip hours of the Russian Language Course (4 ECTS credits). The Russian language course is taught in groups composed of students with similar levels of proficiency in the Russian language....
RWTH International Academy / RWTH Aachen University
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Early applications are encouraged!
Apply by the 1st of March to receive a 10% early bird discount on the total tuition fees - in case of admission. You can find more information on our program website: https://www.academy.rwth-aachen.de/en/index/education-formats/summer-schools/sustainable-energy-technology?utm_source=keystone&utm_medium=profil&utm_campaign=summer-school&utm_term=set...
RWTH International Academy / RWTH Aachen University
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Introduction to Smart Electrical Power
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