SHORT ADVANCED PROGRAMME
RUN-EU Food Challenge
1 October 2021
The RUN-EU Food Challenge will bring together RUN-EU students from all levels to join interdisciplinary multicultural teams proposing novel, potentially disruptive, sustainable solutions to reduce food loss and waste across the full breadth of the food supply chain from ‘farm to fork’.
Solutions proposed by students should be visionary and disruptive, drawing on insights relating to current trends and future possibilities where Europe and the world could benefit significantly. It should be inspirational and provide the basis for strong engagement between public and private sector stakeholders and with the public and address barriers to innovation, which, if overcome, can significantly benefit society.
From 1 to 4 November 2021
Mode of delivery
Face to face
Language of instruction
1 ECTS credit
To be defined by each home Institution. In general terms, most students will have this RUN-EU Challenge SAP certified in their diploma supplement, as a minimal condition.
Local Student Advisory Board members and RUN-EU students from any cycle and area of studies.
Proposed learning outcomes
At the end of this Short Advanced Programme, you will:
- apply critical thinking, creative problem-solving concepts and design thinking models and tools for solving learning challenges
- work in multidisciplinary, multicultural and co-creation environments
- clearly communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences
- propose solutions for real societal problems and challenges that demand innovation and a varied set of skills
How to apply
Fill in the application form
Deadline for applications
10 October 2021
Motivation, learning objectives, order of submission and a wide representation of subject areas/fields and balanced participation of RUN-EU member institutions. Participants will be immersed in a challenge-based learning environment and work in multicultural and interdisciplinary teams.