Many of us are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic; take advantage of the EIT's educational offerings at Master and PhD levels. As well as these, the EIT Community offers a variety of online courses suitable for professional and a wide range of learners.
Taking an online course has distinct advantages to studying online.
- Studying online gives you more flexibility, allowing you to fit your work schedule around coursework more easily; study at your own pace.
- Choose the learning environment that works best for you: which room do you prefer?
- Many of the EIT Community's online courses are free, or have very attractive fees.
- Choice. The variety of EIT Community online courses means you are certain to find one that suits you.
What kind of courses can I expect?
For the latest information, visit the websites of the EIT's Knowledge and Innovation Communities. But for example, EIT Food currently offers 'Explore how farmers produce food sustainably', EIT Digital offers 'Blockchain for the decision maker', and EIT Climate-KIC offers 'Introduction to e-waste'.
How do I find out more?
EIT online courses are provided in cooperation with leading global online education platforms, such as Coursera and FutureLearn. Visit the websites of the EIT’s Knowledge and Innovation Communities for the latest information and all the details you’ll need to get started.
EIT Climate-KIC Innovation for climate action
EIT Digital For a strong, digital Europe
EIT Food Making the food system more sustainable, healthy and trusted
EIT Health Building an ecosystem where fresh thinking in healthcare can thrive
EIT InnoEnergy Accelerating sustainable energy innovations
EIT Manufacturing Global manufacturing Innovation will be led by Europe
EIT RawMaterials Developing raw materials into a major strength for Europe
EIT Urban Mobility A European initiative to create liveable urban spaces