The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) is proud to launch the 3rd Annual Lights on Women Scholarship to support eight women around the globe in their quest to boost their technical knowledge and careers.
The FSR supports women working in energy in gaining the technical training needed to advance their careers with its Annual Lights on Women Scholarship.
The 3rd Lights on Women Scholarship will double its commitment, providing eight scholarships to women contributing to innovative solutions, research, and initiatives that accelerate a sustainable, diverse, resilient, and just energy transition.
What courses are covered?
Successful candidates will be informed by the end of August 2021 and will be provided with all relevant information on how to enroll in one of the community courses, which offer flexible learning paths, participant-led sessions and are designed to deep dive into the topic while interacting with your instructors and peers. Choose from one of the following courses:
- The EU Green Deal – 8-Week Online Course
- Regulation of the Power Sector – 14-Week Online Course
- Regulation for SDG 7 – 18-Week Online Course
- EU Gas Network Codes – 5-Week Online Course
- Evolution of Electricity Markets in Europe – 9-Week Online Course
- Regulatory Delivery – 7-Week Online Course
- Electric Vehicles: A Power Sector Perspective – 5-Week Online Course
Why should you apply?
- Flexibility: The courses are designed to provide the maximum of flexibility, you will be able to follow the lessons at your own pace so to balance learning with your professional and personal commitments.
- Networking: Collaborate and network with professionals and a world-renowned faculty while deepening your knowledge and skills.
- Enhanced Learning: FSR courses adopt interactive tools, group projects, and live classes to enhance the learning experience.
- Visibility opportunities: Each recipient can publish an article on the FSR Knowledge hub as a Lights on Women contributing to increase the visibility of their expertise.
- The FSR’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion are central to their mission and to their impact. They know that having varied perspectives helps generate innovative ideas to solve the complex energy problems in their changing—and increasingly complex—world. For this reason, no specific academic or professional background is required.
- Instead, successful candidates will be asked to clearly express their motivations for applying for the scholarship, demonstrating how it will help them advance their goals, and illustrate their desire to invest in learning, networking, and joining a global energy community.
For more information, visit https://fsr.eui.eu/3rd-annual-lights-on-women-scholarship/