If you’re reading this post, chances are that you are interested to know more about the solar programme at Dalarna University. Yes, the university website is thorough in detailing the syllabus, fee structure and the courses. But what I aim for with this post, is to help you out with understanding whether you should apply… Read More Solar Energy Studies at DU
End of first semester – Two days off and no plans? Take a cruise to neighbouring country Although the semester’s last written exam of solar thermal was tricky for most of the Solar energy engineering students, everyone was quite relieved since it marked the end of the extensive first semester. We had three days on our… Read More Cruising the Baltics – Stockholm to Helsinki
Evidently November was the busiest month for the students of Solar Energy Engineering. We had couple of written exams, labs, culminating projects, presentations, assignments, reports, study visit and everything topped up with regular, weekly workload of the courses. November started with joy by bringing the first snowfall of the season and the study visit to… Read More Restless November!
The study visits to different industries is one of the key activities of the solar energy engineering programme. Study visits provides a forum for discussion, exchange and practical learning. Two days’ study tour to Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), Norway and Glava Energy Center (GEC), Sweden was organised for all the first year, exchange and… Read More “Away We Go” – first overseas study tour, IFE Norway
The best part of studying in DU is that you are not only gaining the theoretical knowledge but also exposed to the practical learning through frequent study visits. A 2-day study visit for Solar Engineering students was organized by Swedish Institute – Network for future global network (SI-NFGL), local network at Dalarna University focussed on… Read More Study Visit II – The Brain Train
On 21st Sept 2016, a study tour was organized for the students of Solar Energy Engineering together with the students from ULM University, Germany. The trip commenced early in the morning from the university. After nearly an hour drive on a bus, we halted for a quick refreshment at Avesta locality. The world’s largest Dalecarlian… Read More A study trip to Uppsala