Wind Power Summer School - In Cooperation with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S & Vestas Wind Systems A/S
Are you interested in getting an insight into the latest developments in wind power along with other international and Danish students during your summer vacation?
In close cooperation with representatives from the wind turbine industry in Denmark, Aarhus University School of Engineering offers a summer course with focus on wind turbine technology in August 2019 in Denmark.
The purpose of the summer course is to enable participants to apply their engineering competences to wind turbine technology problems and gain an insight into the functioning of turbines and the interaction between the different sub-components and their demand profiles. The summer course's main focus is on mechanics and power engineering problems.
A considerable part of the course will be carried out in cooperation with the Danish wind turbine industry. Also, part of the teaching will be conducted by the cooperating companies.
Please notice that the summer course is not held in Aarhus. The location is Laugesens Have (Laugesen's Garden), Knivsbækvej 13, 6920 Videbæk. www.laugesenshave.dk
11 Aug 2019 - 23 Aug 2019
|level||Bachelor / Undergraduate|
|Program fee||346 EUR|
|Accommodation fee||210 EUR|
|Extra information about the
The fee ranges from free to 1159 EUR. See website for all prices.
|Application deadline||1 April 2019|
Applicants must be last year Bachelor students or Master students in
· Electrical Energy Technology
· Mechanical Engineering
· Electrical Power Engineering or equivalent
or hold a degree (on at least Bachelor's level) in the areas above.
Applicants will be selected based on the following five criteria: academic profile, grades, practical experience, proficiency in English and motivation.
List of required documents:
All applicants must upload a personal motivation letter (application) and a transcript of your completed courses so far including grades.
Exchange students: a nomination from your home university and a copy of your passport or other valid EU ID.
Students from other Danish universities: A pre-approval from your home institution stating that the course you are applying for is approved and will be inserted into your study programme at your home institution.
Freemovers: a copy of your passport or other valid EU ID and documentation for English language skills.