Real-life industry challenges train students in valuable job-ready skills
Master’s in Energy Technologies student wins Siemens Energy Challenge!
EIT InnoEnergy Master School has long recognised the benefits of embedding real-life challenges into their innovative master’s programmes. Giving students a chance to work with established businesses, start-ups, and even NGOs bridges the gap between theory and practice; however, what are challenges like from the students’ perspective?
Brandon Vargas, in his second year of the Master´s in Energy Technologies programme at Uppsala University, shares his experience and what job-ready skills these challenges can provide! Read more
14 Jan 2022