Application period starting for new hydrogen economy courses
Next course of the FITech Hydrogen study module will start in May.
The FITech Hydrogen study module started in January with two courses, Introduction to hydrogen economy by Aalto University and Hydrogen as fuel in combustion engines by University of Vaasa. The courses have already received over 300 applications.
This study module brings together the educational offering from all technical universities in Finland. It consists of 20–40 ECTS of studies. We recommend starting with the course Introduction to hydrogen economy and then move on to other courses of the module according to your interests. All courses of the study module are free of charge.
Next course of the module will start later in May, and the application period is already ongoing.
Course schedule for summer and autumn 2023
APPLY NOW: Hydrogen production and storage (5 ECTS) by University of Oulu
Application period ends on 7 August. Course starts on 15 May but with flexible study schedule, students can complete the course until 30 September.
APPLY FROM 1 JUNE:
- Introduction to hydrogen economy (5 ECTS) by Aalto University
Application period ends on 5 October. Course starts on 4 September but with flexible study schedule, students can complete the course until 15 December.
- Hydrogen as fuel in combustion engines (5 ECTS) by University of Vaasa
Application period ends on 27 August. Course starts on 4 September and ends on 3 December.
Coming soon – new continuously ongoing courses
- Hydrogen end-use and infrastructure (5 ECTS) by Tampere University
- Catalytic processes and materials in sustainable hydrogen production (5 ECTS) by University of Jyväskylä
Other upcoming courses
Other courses of the hydrogen economy study module will also be available later. Stay updated on our website.
The FITech Hydrogen study module brings together the educational offering from all technical universities in Finland. Hydrogen Cluster Finland has participated in planning the content of the module and the studies are funded by The Service Centre for Continuous Learning and Employment.