Our aim is to come from the skills demand in the European Bioeconomy and to align bioeconomy curricula across Europe

The European Bioeconomy University Education Strategy
  • Based on systematic assessment of the skills demand of the European bioeconomy industry– including international and larger companies, SMEs and startups – and stakeholders
  • Strives for an inclusive education program for students on all levels including lifelong learners and professionals:

– innovative didactic approaches for the inclusion of interdisciplinary, research-oriented learning and entrepreneurial thinking (starting at Bachelor level)

collaborative, skills-demand-driven Master study program

jointsummer / winter schools for promoting Bioeconomy in particular in Central and Southern Europe

common platform with online educational material on the bioeconomy

mobility program for students’ and lecturers’ exchange between EBU partners

  • Strengthens the involvement of industry and stakeholders in teaching and curriculum development
  • Develops policy recommendations for bioeconomy education
Educational offers at the European Bioeconomy University

EBU offers a wide range of study programmes on master’s level as well as individual modules covering all thematic areas of the bioeconomy, including:

  • Agriculture, animal and primary production
  • Food
  • Forestry
  • Biology and biotechnology
  • Marine
  • Ecology, environmental sciences and engineering, climate
  • Chemical and biochemical engineering
  • Bioenergy
  • Circular economy
  • Digitalization, big data and ICT applied to Bioeconomy
  • Management of natural capital and sustainable resources
  • Economics, management, social and political sciences, sustainability transformation

Master Students are encouraged to make use of the ample options for individual curricula development based on Erasmus+ exchange within the EBU alliance.

For further information, please contact the Erasmus+ programme coordinator at your home university.