"Education Towards a Sustainable Future"

Apply for "Education Towards a Sustainable Future" at the University of Florence

The "Education Towards a Sustainable Future" course aims to promote students' ability to think holistically and systemically, and to develop the critical thinking skills needed to challenge unsustainable worldviews. It also aims to encourage collaboration to transform society and build a sustainable and inclusive future. It will prepare you to address sustainability challenges in innovative and creative ways in your future professional role.

The course is a so-called Blended Intensive Program (BIP), i.e. a short intensive exchange program, mixing digital and physical teaching sessions. This course includes five days on site at the University of Florence, Italy.

Brief information about the course:

  • Target group: bachelor and master students and PhD students.
  • Digital teaching: April 12 and May 6
  • On-site activities in Florence: April 15-19
  • Credits: 3 ECTS
  • Application deadline: February 26

Once you have been admitted to the course as a student at Linnaeus University, you can apply for an Erasmus grant to cover your travel costs related to the course.

More information on the course "Education Towards a Sustainable Future" is available in the attached pdf.

Here is the schedule for the course.

Apply for the course via the form here. 

The course is delivered through a partnership with EUniWell, the European University for Well-Being.

"Education Towards a Sustainable Future"