Exchange programme | Energy Technology

Exchange programme

Location: Geel -Campus Geel

Energy appeals to you

Do you want to become an expert in innovative techniques or are you the game changer who draws the card of sustainable solutions? Then go for the programme Energy Technology! Unique to Campus Geel is the collaboration between Energy Technology and Electromechanics (main subject Climate Change) called . This is the place to be if you want to know more about energy and all its aspects!

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Sofie Mols
International Coordinator
International Coordinator & Coordinator of the STAR-Track Programme
For all your questions on your exchange & the STAR-Track Programme
Aitzi Menchaca de Diego
Aitzi Menchaca de Diego
International Office
For all your questions on the application procedure & practical arrangements.
Inge Vervoort -IO
Inge Vervoort
Head International Office

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Geel is known as the city of hospitality. Discover our innovation campus, enjoy the beautiful green surroundings or meet up with friends in the charming city centre.
Soak in the green open spaces on campus, meet other students in our international hub and lift off your international career.

Programme

  • Overview
  • Courses
  • Conditions
  • Exam regulations
  • Personal coaching
  • Overview

    Are you ready to take your skills to the next level? Make your final project in one of our research centers for Renewable Energy.
    Add some future proof courses to complete your exchange semester and meet students from different nationalities and fields of expertise to have an unforgettable experience.

    Enhance your entrepreneurial skills and mindset and develop into globally aware citizens and future-proof professionals. Join our international hub @campus Geel and meet international students from different disciplines and experience high-impact learning based on real life challenges in an international context.  

    The academic year in a nutshell

  • Courses

    Below you can find an overview of the courses ( under reservation of changes), with the number of credits per phase. Credits express how many hours you need on average to process the subject matter (incl. lessons). Count about 25 to 30 hours for 1 study credit. 

    • We have explained the most important courses in a blue tooltip.  
    • Would you like to know the detailed content of each subject? Check the programme guide
    • Courses marked with a * are offered fully online. This means you don't have to physically come to Belgium to take these courses.
    CodeECTSAutumnSpring
    Professional skills
    Traineeship i 15 x
    FUTURE PROOF SKILLS
    Engineering for Society Z25091 5 x
    Startup Bootcamp: Climate Launchpad Z25538 5 x
    CodeECTSAutumnSpring
    Project Case Z15589 5 x
    Coaching Z14469 5 x
    Philosophy Z15593 5 x
    Intercultural Communication Z14436 5 x
    Survival Dutch Z13456 3 x
    CodeECTSAutumnSpring
    Professional skills
    Traineeship i 15 x
    FUTURE PROOF SKILLS
    Engineering for Society Z25091 5 x
    Startup Bootcamp: Climate Launchpad Z25538 5 x
    Project Case Z15589 5 x
    Coaching Z14469 5 x
    Philosophy Z15593 5 x
    Intercultural Communication Z14436 5 x
    Survival Dutch Z13456 3 x
  • Conditions

    You should have completed the 2 first years of your study programme in your home institution.

  • Exam regulations

    See the ECTS file of the different courses for specific information.

  • Personal coaching

    Yes, we care  

    During your exchange you can count on a whole support team to truly make you feel at home at Thomas More. The International Support Team, the International Office, your 'buddy', Student Services (STUVO), all of our lecturers and many more will personally guide you to ensure that you blend in from the beginning and prosper so that we help you to deploy and nurture your talents. You will never feel alone.  

Need to know

  • Practical Information
  • Practical Information

    • Do you have questions regarding...
      • your courses or Learning Agreement? Contact your International Coordinator !
      • your nominations, application, visa or practical arrangements? Contact the International Office via incoming@thomasmore.be 
    • Application deadline
      • 15 May (to start in September)

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