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The six partners of EDUC create a truly integrated European University with students, researchers and administrative staff who learn, impart and work at universities differing in size, age, native languages and focus.

Using modern digital tools and face-to-face collaboration, we form a strong triangle of shared knowledge and academic values between Western, Central and Southern Europe, developing strong ties between local environments to tackle global challenges of the 21st century.

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EDUC students can now register to participate to the EDUC course: Sustainable Business, coordinated by Professor Andrea Melis of the University of Cagliari in cooperation with the Universities of Paris Nanterre (France) and Pécs (Hungary) partners of EDUC Alliance.

Sustainable Business course, selected under the III call of European virtual mobility teaching, with a duration of 24 hours will be held online in English, is targeted to students of the 6 EDUC Universities.

The aim of the course is to provide to the participants a better understanding of the role of sustainability plays in the management of private companies and public administrations.


Available places are 60. In case of a higher number of applications, 10 places for each EDUC University will be guaranteed (Cagliari, Potsdam, Rennes 1, Paris Nanterre, Masaryk and Pécs).


Topics that will be held will be the follows:

  • Introduction to sustainable business 
  • Strategy and positive business model
  • Sustainable human resource management
  • Ethics and sustainable business management
  • Sustainable finance
  • Stakeholder’s analysis
  • Environmental, Social and corporate Governance (ESG)
  • Sustainable transportation
  •  Sustainable tourism
  • Sustainability and digital transformation


ECTS:

3 ECTS at the end of the course passing the final exam. 

Participants’ requirements:

Students need to own good knowledge of English (B1) in view of encouraging the virtual exchange among the participants. It is also required that students have attended at least one course in business administration or equivalent.

Application procedure

For registration, students need to fill in the LimeSurvey available at this LINK within the 4th of February 2022. The course will start on the 7th of February 2022

Applications will be evaluated under the “first come first served” criterium.

For further information, you can send an email to: educ@unica.it

Since the launch of the EDUC Alliance in 2019, the alliance has attracted the participation of numerous students and teachers from the 6 partner universities. One of the key goals is to initiate new contacts and develop long-term partnerships between teachers and faculty members throughout the alliance, to enable further outreach to other partners in the future or enhance purposeful international strategies.

The European Digital UniverCity has the ambition to promote and increase international mobility through virtual mobility – an inclusive and accessible approach. EDUC enables the development and diffusion of virtual mobility practices as a dynamic approach to teaching, adapted to younger generations in a socially connected environment.

With EDUC, students will benefit from a digitally-oriented, flexible and personalised pedagogical journey mixing physical, virtual and blended mobility.


47 pedagogical projects proposed in virtual mobility

EDUC partners and their teachers have developed, in the course of 2020 and 2021, 47 courses in virtual mobility, having exchanged in best practices and scenarios. They are now able to reach out to a large student and teacher community:

  • Around 15,000 students will attend the virtual courses.
  • Around 245 teachers will deliver these virtual courses.


New inter-university / inter-faculty collaborations and teacher partnerships.

These key figures allow the EDUC Alliance to establish one of the biggest European communities of e- teaching practitioners and e-pedagogical experts, experimenting alternative, dynamic and collaborative educational approaches.

Facilitating close collaboration between faculties will help to develop and co-lead more new ambitious projects. This virtual mobility is a success factor for teachers to target a larger audience and adapt to a changing global environment.


About EDUC, the European Digital UniverCity

The objectives of EDUC is to initiate and promote new types of mobility, for students, and for academic/non-academic staff, in the frame of a transnational European entity.

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