- New application dates for MSc CFAFE Programme
- Energy Dream Map project
- MSc CFAFE representatives at „PowerUp! Competition”
- InnoEnergy Career Centre: Invitation Webinar: Develop your LinkedIn profile – 7 June 2018
- InnoEnergy Entrepreneurship & Business summer camp
- MASTER-Waste and Energy study visit
- Miners’ Shift – study visit at Guido Mine
- Spring job fairs at SUT
- BioEnergyTrain Student Camp 2018 in Graz
- Handbook for International Students at SUT
- Business & education
- Update – NEW VERSION! 5th Environmental Protection and Energy conference
- Master’s School KICK OFF
- Master´s School graduation ceremony 2017
- Iberdrola Challenge 2017 – winners
- Call for Professional Digital Learning – Deadline Extended
- Learning Analytics WEBINAR & SPOC
- Pedagogical evolution in progress
- Energy and Environmental Protection Conference
- TEAM BUILDING at Salt Mine „Bochnia”
- Inauguration of Academic Year 2017/2018 for MSC CFAFE students
- MSc CFAFE student wins at European Utility Week 2017
- EIT label for CFAFE!
- New book by CFAFE students is published!
- Case teaching implementation at SUT
- Boost your career – professional online learning
- Lectures conducted by prof. Lidia Lombardi from Niccolò Cusano University
- Job Fairs at SUT
- Do you want to get on Forbes 30 under 30 list? Apply NOW
- Students monography
- IV EPAE Conference 2016
- The Joint Graduation Ceremony
- Winner of Master Thesis Competition in Energy for Smart Cities
- Scientific Conference EPAE 2016
- Presentation | MSc Clean Fossil and Alternative Fuels Energy Programme
- Master’s School KICK OFF 2016
Miners’ Shift – study visit at Guido Mine
Clean Fossil and Alternative Fuels Energy students have visited the Guido Coal Mine. This mine is 355m beneath the surface, with a second level representing a 19th-century mine which makes it the deepest visiting mine in Europe.
During the study visit, students have had the opprotunity not only to see how the coal mine works, but they have worked for a couple of hours as a real miners. In addition, they could see the impact of environmental consequences of mining activity as well as being informed about the connections with other parts of economy.
It was second trip implemented as part of the subject Review of modern energy installations. Before that, student visit ICHPW – Institutte for Chemical Processing of Coal.
Institute deliver the innovative knowledge and technologies supporting carbochemical, power generation, mining and waste processing industries ensuring the efficient use of fossil, renewable and alternative fuels.