Add value to your Master’s
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) offers a complementary Climate-KIC Master’s Programme for a selected number of top students from EIT partner universities, including Utrecht University. The programme will add extra value to your MSc degree. If you want to be considered a top talent in climate innovation, this programme is for you.
The EIT website tells you more about the programme and the application procedure.
If you are accepted to the programme, in order to obtain the Climate-KIC certificate you will have to:
- qualify for UU’s Sustainable Entrepreneurship & Innovation annotation.
- participate in EIT’s five-week climate innovation summer school.
- attend EIT’s series of thought-provoking talks and seminars.
- obtain 30 credits of your Master’s programme at another university, e.g., by doing an internship or thesis research.
After completion of the Climate-KIC Scholar Programme you’ll receive an EIT certificate. You can’t receive both the EIT certificate and the annotation certificate.