Educational institutions

The entire knowledge chain is being represented in the Northern Netherlands. The university, HBOs (universities of applied sciences) and MBOs (post-secondary vocational education) work together on education and research on a multidisciplinary basis in the field of smart and sustainable mobility and logistics. Read more about what the educational institutions affiliated with Hive.Mobility are doing in this area.

Logo Noorderpoort. Noorderpoort

Noorderpoort is one of the largest ROCs (Regional Training Center) in the Northern Netherlands.

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Logo Hanzehogeschool Groningen. Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen

Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen is the oldest multisectoral university of applied sciences in the Netherlands and the largest university of applied sciences in the North.

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Logo Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

The University of Groningen is an internationally oriented university, rooted in Groningen, the City of Talent.

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Internships and student assignments

For companies

Are you a company or organization involved in mobility, transport or logistics and are you interested in organizing a student assignment, internship or thesis assignment or collaborate in another way with one of the educational institutions affiliated with Hive.Mobility? Contact us via the contact form.

For students

Are you a student looking for a student assignment or internship in the field of smart and sustainable mobility? Or do you have ideas from your studies or other (research) questions that Hive.Mobility might be able to help with? Contact us via the contact form.


Challenges and hackathons

In addition to internships and thesis assignments, the educational institutions also facilitate various challenges and hackathons in which students can participate. Student teams work on creative and innovative solutions for socially relevant challenges in the field of smart and sustainable mobility.

Top Dutch Solar Racing Groningen

Top Dutch Solar Racing is a multidisciplinary solar racing team from Groningen. Innovation, sustainability and technology are top priorities at Top Dutch. At the moment, 23 motivated students from MBO, HBO and WO are busy building the second solar car in the Northern Netherlands.

HARD – Hanze Racing Division

Hanze Racing Division, abbreviated HARD, consists of a group of enthusiastic students who design, build and race a Formula Student race car every year. HARD is currently developing its first all-electric race car.

Self Driving Challenge

Making a kart self-driving across the finish line, this is the mission of the teams participating in the Self Driving Challenge (SDC). The SDC is a collaboration between RDW, Quintor, The Grid Racing and the Hanze University Digital Society Hub (DSH), with the aim of testing the technology of self-driving cars.

New Energy Regatta

The annual Solar Race in Groningen on the water has been renamed ‘New Energy Regatta’. On Friday 24 September 2021, a hydrogen racing boat sailed for the first time during the Solar Races in Groningen. The New Energy Regatta is an inspiring way to link technical innovations in energy with education, practice and sport.