ISE spring 2016 internship program

ISE spring 2016 internship program


A total of 16 students were selected from the Class of 2017 to participate in ISE's Spring 2016 Internship Program. Students this semester are were placed with six companies working on 17 different projects of real world magnitude. 

ISE Internships

These projects range from a market analysis to identify locations of Icelandic partner's geothermal projects internationally for the Icelandic Geothermal Cluster, a legal analysis for Orkustofnun, the National Energy Agency (regulator), a detailed financial analysis of Green Energy Group's modular geothermal power plants, all the way to a research project on costing of a carbon-capture and sequestration project (CCS) at a geothermal power plant (CarbFix at Hellisheiðarvirkjun).

These projects provide our student's with the opportunities to both learn the tools of real businesses and institutions while also providing the opportunities to build a personal network. Both of these things are vital to the post-graduation success of the student.

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About Iceland School of Energy

By bringing together the best from industry and academia, Iceland School of Energy provides a unique, and comprehensive training for its students. A wide range of courses taught by the very best in their field open a broad spectrum of possibilities for students and allow for individual study designs. Focus is put on close collaboration with industry experts while maintaining high academic quality of the work.

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