27 July 2020
All EIT InnoEnergy Masters students have to complete mandatory Master’s thesis or internship as part of the Masters curriculum. While several choose the corporate track, there are always students choosing to work for governmental organisations, NGOs etc as part of the Master’s internship. In this article, I have interviewed Miriam Peñarroya Esteve, a second year MSc. Renewable Energy student, who is currently working the intergovernmental organisation, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Miriam chose to take this path as she wanted to experience working at a place where social and environmental benefits are of utmost priority.
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