The future is now and now is the time to choose.
One of the biggest challenges of our time is the transition to a sustainable society based on clean and renewable energy sources. All over the world, every day, people work on progress. Choose to be a part of this: focus your energy, your skills, expertise or discipline in energy education.
You are the future. Are you up for the challenge?

Choose your studies
Merijn explains Merijn explains

Merijn explains

You’ve met Merijn last week. In this video he explains why he’s studying Energy for Society and why you should choose an energy course too. Check them out and Follow Energy!

Meet Merijn Meet Merijn

Meet Merijn

Meet Merijn. He’s following the Master Energy for Society. Interested what energy can do for you? Follow Energy and learn more!

Time is running out.. Time is running out..

Time is running out..

Time is running out.. There is no planet B! You have a choice. Choose Energy, Follow Energy and get inspired!

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Tik Tok … The time is now to choose your studies, the time is now to choose energy and Follow Energy! Learn more!

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CHOOSE YOUR STUDIES

The energy transition needs both skilled professionals and excellent
researchers. That is why we focus on energy education. Be it in law, science,
economics, psychology, technology or any other field. You’ll be surprised what
impact you can make within the energy transition, if you are able to look
beyond your disciplines. What do you choose?

Bachelor’s
and Master’s

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Bachelor’s
and Master’s

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Extracurricular
Activities

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WHY FOLLOW ENERGY?

Follow Energy is an initiative of the Energy Academy, a partnership between New Energy Coalition, Hanze University of Applied Sciences and University of Groningen, to inspire and inform you and your fellow students about the many possibilities in energy education. We aim to boost the energy transition by educating students in the interdisciplinary field of energy.

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