Welcome all new students!

​Energy and Environment provides courses within several programmes, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Stefan Lundberg, director of the master's programme Electric Power Engineering, is looking forward to a new eventful year.
Stefan LundbergWhy should you choose to study Electric Power Engineering at Chalmers?
- Above all, because there is a great need for electric power engineers. Both from the power companies, where large numbers of retirements are expected, as well as from Volvo, where they are shifting from combustion technology to electric propulsion and hybrid vehicles, Stefan Lundberg explains.

- We're also one of the major electric power programmes in Sweden. Over twenty teachers and students are working to give our students the best possible education.

What do you expect from the new students?
- Commitment and that they have a will to learn!

Any news or changes?
 - No, not this year, but we will begin to review the programme. It has been about the same for the last ten years now, so it's time for a review. We are also participating in a Nordic Five Tech evaluation and will evaluate our programme together with the electric power education at NTNU in Norway. It’s good timing for us and it will be very exciting, says Stefan Lundberg.

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Page manager Published: Mon 08 Sep 2014.