Educational excellence is at the heart of EURECA-PRO
Our graduates will be equipped to tackle the biggest societal challenges with engrained sustainable, interdisciplinary, intercultural and systemic thinking. They are the future experts on the United Nations, Sustainable Development Goal 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production (https://sdgs.un.org/goals/goal12).
New educational programmes (at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels), courses and modules on Responsible Consumption and Production are being delivered across EURECA-PRO by all partners of the alliance. In addition to topics around Responsible Consumption and Production, courses and modules are being offered on European values and cultural studies, innovation and transferable skills to students, staff and wider society.
EURECA-PRO also encourages the social dimension of learning, lifelong learning and inclusive and equitable access to quality education in line with United Nations, Sustainable Development Goal 4 – Quality education (https://sdgs.un.org/goals/goal4).
RCP course inventory
Across EURECA-PRO, each university has produced an up-to-date database of modules which relate to responsible consumption and production, European cultural studies and languages. We are using this database to help design our new study programmes and explore what strengths we have and identify new areas of opportunity for innovative study programmes and courses.
The inventory we have produced consists of 580 individual modules, comprising 2,514 credits in the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). Within this system one credit is equivalent to 25 to 30 hours of study so in total we have a minimum of 62,850 hours of study, that’s over 7 years of 24/7 learning!
All of our courses grouped according to their subject and can be filtered by partner university.
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All of our courses grouped according to their level (Bachelor, Master’s and both) and can be filtered by subject.
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All of our courses grouped according to their subject and can be filtered by language of teaching.