From May 6 to June 28, 2024, the University of Cantabria is organizing a Blended Intensive Programme course under the Erasmus+ program "Integrated Energy Systems" for 3 ECTS credits. The deadline for applications for PP is 15.03.2024.

The course is aimed at Doctoral School students, Master's students and final year engineering students.

Integrated Energy Systems: Challenges for a Sustainable World - Summer School offers a multidisciplinary approach to renewable energy sources in our power grid. The future electric grid will be smart, with user interaction, bidirectional energy flow and multiple distributed energy sources. Experts from EUNICE's five partner universities are coming together to offer their expertise on specific topics. In addition to lectures and educational activities, participants will be able to enjoy social and cultural attractions in the city of Santander, Spain.

Details of the course can be found in the documents attached below (including the Study Guide), as well as on the website:

- Virtual part of the course: 6 - 30.05.2024
- Onsite part of the course : 24 - 28.06.2024

The condition for participation in the course is the approval of the Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator / Doctoral School. The Online Learning Agreement will need to be signed at a later stage.

Complete documents:
- Application form - University of Cantabria - INTEGRATED ENERGY SYSTEMS
- Application form - Poznan University of Technology EUNICE
- Certificate of the average for the previous semester from the Dean's Office
- Certificate of English proficiency (official language certificate/certificate of foreign language exam grade, other)

should be submitted by March 15, 2024 to the European University Department (BL building, room 141B) or email at eunice.admissions[at]

ELIGIBLE STUDENTS will be required to prepare a set of documents for a short-term trip, required under the Erasmus+ program. Documents and scholarship rates can be found at: