Higher professional education
The energy transition requires go-getters. Everywhere, but especially in Groningen, the energy region of the Netherlands. In the field of technology, of course, but also in the field of commerce, communication, psychology and much more. Do you want to tackle exciting challenges in the energy transition? Then put your energy talent to use: choose a higher professional course in Groningen. Here there is plenty to do.
Courses for the energy transition
In Groningen, you will find all kinds of bachelor and master programmes that prepare you for a job in green energy. From Mechanical Engineering to Energy & Society, from Electrical Engineering to Renewable Energy: energy is one of the spearheads of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences. Choose an energy master’s, for example, or complete your education with minors in green energy. In addition, many study programmes offer the Energy Route. This will enable you to supplement your study programme with subjects in the field of energy. Or follow one of the courses of the New Energy Academy. Will you become the energy talent we so desperately need in the future? Then check out the education programmes of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and the New Energy Academy in Groningen.
If you’re already working: continue to learn
Already have a job and want to know more about the energy transition and the issues involved? The New Energy Academy offers several free courses for anyone interested in the energy transition. Get your certificate for the ‘Energy Transition Challenged’ course, for example. After all, a professional never stops learning.
Plenty of work for energy talent
Choose energy education and you are virtually guaranteed a job after your higher professional education. As a technician or designer, for example. But the energy transition goes beyond technology. In the coming years, thousands of jobs will be created for consultants, business developers, communication officers, lawyers and other experts. Great work that suits you and a sustainable future.