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Curriculum Overview input

Education in the field of Energy is a multidisciplinary domain with many energy-related challenges and solutions. The community can only be built up with a good overview of "Where are the course offers according to Energy Topics". 

We would like to have your input about our preliminary Curriculum Overview: 1) is there any info that you want to change? 2) is there any info that you want to add?

You can also leave your general comments in "Other comments" in the feedback form, e.g. any suggestions on format and course selection criteria.

Then please fill in the following form to help us to improve our Curriculum Overview. The updated version will be shared with you AND also on our website continuously. 

Important notes before you provide the feedback:

Goal of the Curriculum Overview

We have attempted to provide an overview of the different curricula offered within BSc and MSc programmes specialising in Energy.

The goal of this Curriculum Overview is twofold:

  1. The curriculum overview will help (prospective) students to become aware of the many possibilities to pursue an education in the field of energy. And thus, help to find the best fit between student and programme.
  2. The curriculum overview helps educators to become aware of overlaps in programmes and, possibly, white spots in what is on offer in the field of Energy.

Selection criteria

This overview focusses only on major courses relevant to Energy and aimed at bachelor and master students within the four universities of technology in the Netherlands. The following selection criteria were applied to select the major courses that:

  1. provide a scientific basis for the current challenges of the energy transition
  2. help students to gain knowledge of the 'classic' energy topics already categorised in the 4TU.Energy Research Map.
  3. are useful for enhancing the core skills of future energy researchers and/or engineers
  4. are not minor programmes, not other types of short (one-year) programmes, not labs, not case studies, not courses offered by non-4TU partners.