Seven Higher Education Institutions around Europe joined forces and are now offering you a tailor-made training program to improve your entrepreneurship skills in the bioeconomy sector.
Apply to the program by December 10, 2021.
Boost your curriculum with additional modules: moocs, quizzes, and face-to-face sessions during an intensive study week on 20-24 June, 2022 in Bologna.
– Introduction to bioeconomy
– Accelerated sustainable entrepreneurship
– Design thinking, creativity and innovative products
– Knowledge management
– Business management and finance
– Leadership and execution, human resources
– Introduction to digitalization
Foebe add-on modules will be worth a total of 3 ects.
Modules will start in January 2022 and the mandatory study week (face-to-face sessions and hackathons) will be held on June 20-24, 2022 in Bologna. This week is funded by the Erasmus+ programme.
The training programme is designed for Master and PhD students.
You can apply now!
If you are interested, contact us for more information at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply you will need to submit a short and inspiring video explaining why you want to study in the FOEBE program by Jan 10, 2022, 12 pm.
For more information check out our page on the European Bioeconomy University website or find us in LinkedIn.
To encompass all dimensions of the bioeconomy from an European common approach by creating training programmes adapted to the needs of bioeconomy and develop its full potential. To do so, we foster innovative pedagogical practices to equip young professionals with sustainable entrepreneurship skills.
To provide bioeconomy students with sustainable entrepreneurship skills to speed up the European expansion of the bioeconomy sector.
University of Bologna, Italy
University of Eastern Finland, Finland
University of Hohenheim, Germany
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria
Wageningen University and Research Centre, Netherlands
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Foebe project takes part of the EBU alliance (European Bioeconomy University).