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3rd Annual Lights on Women Scholarship
Financial: (Scholarships)
Each year, the Florence School of Regulation 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.

Why should you apply? The Scholarship provides free access to one of the FSR community courses starting in Autumn 2021. Our Training Portfolio offers courses on a wide variety of energy regulation and policy topics which will provide you with the technical knowledge needed to take advantage of employment and leadership opportunities, as well as:

Flexibility: Our 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.