The partners in the InnoEnergy Master’s School ecosystem are driving the energy transition in many different ways. The real-life challenges they set are a core part of our programmes. This challenge-driven approach to education gives you practical experience of how they are driving change, the issues they have to consider, the problems they have to solve, and the ways they measure success.
Don’t just take out word for it – find out what current students, recent graduates (and their employers) think of the MSc SELECT, why they chose the programme, and what they plan to do next.
"It has improved me in almost every employable measure"
I did a lot of research – and this was a standout programme that offered me input from an immense range of areas, not purely on technical aspects but also on broader social, economical and environmental concepts. This is right inline with my belief that modern day problems will only be solved with a viewpoint that considers the complexity of the issues – and the connections between multiple dimensions.
Working with these students is inspiring
Magnus Lindén spends his days not only juggling projects, but also thinking about what’s next. How to keep momentum going to maximize profits. He knows the value of being self-motivated, to adapt to any situation and work in diverse surroundings. And he shares how InnoEnergy Master’s School students are trained to succeed in this dynamic atmosphere.
My idea is now a BUSINESS!
CEO and founder of ed-tech start-up LEDsafari, Govinda Upadhyay is a true believer in the importance of networking. With a long list of accomplishments under his belt already (Forbes and BITSAA’s 30 under 30, EIT CHANGE AWARD, finalist for Forbes’ Change the World Award and the Asia 21 Young leaders list) he has really parlayed his time spent at InnoEnergy Master’s School into creating an invaluable network that he still taps into today.