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Main Educational Activities

The Environmental & Energy Management Research Unit participates in several undergratuate and postgraduate courses at the School of Chemical Engineering, as well as in educational projects in collaboration with other academic institutions in Greece and other countries.

UnderGraduate Studies UnderGraduate Studies

Undergraduate courses undertaken by the EEMRU form part of the curriculum of the School of Chemical Engineering. The courses focus on subjects related to energy transport and rational and sustainable energy management.

An MSc Program in Energy & Environmental Management is jointly organised by the School of Chemical Engineering of NTUA and the Dept. of Industrial Management at the University of Piraeus. EEMRU organises & teaches 2 courses.

 

Other Educational Activities

EnvMed

The educational project EnvMed ("MSc Programme in Environmental Management, Engineering and Technology"), was funded by the European Commission, DG Education and Culture, in the framework of the TEMPUS Programme (Contract No: CD_JEP-31055-2003). In addition to coordinating the project, the EEMRU was also responsible for the development of a web-based platform for supporting the MSc Programme, which is implemented at the University of Mansoura, Egypt.

Educate

The Educate! educational project, concerns the establishment of an international postgraduate course in Water Resources and Environmental Management. The course is organised by four leading Universities in the South-Eastern European region, and its first year is funded by the INTERREG III B Cadses Programme.

Energy Academy

The Energy Academy was a continuous distance training program in Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Saving, addressed to local authority organization officers, prefectural and regional administration officers, engineers, researchers, investors, university and technological institutes graduates as well as to all those involved in formulating energy policies for islands. The main focus of the program was  new technologies and the corresponding regulatory framework.

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