EIT Community MOOCs
MOOCs and e-learning opportunities from across the EIT community
Across the EIT community, Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) offer a range of online learning opportunities for students, professionals and citizens interested in their sector. We've picked out some highlights, but recommend you to explore each KIC's offering on the EIT Online Learning page. Or you can go back to EIT RawMaterials online courses.
EIT Climate-KIC is a Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy.
Their online courses cover everything from climate change impacts and science to innovation and entrepreneurship tools, sustainability reporting and much more. EIT Climate-KIC's online courses include:
EIT Digital aims at global impact through European innovation fuelled by entrepreneurial talent and digital technology.
Access high-quality professional courses developed by Europe’s top digital innovation actors and translate your educational experience into actions for the advancement of your career and success of your company. Take the opportunity to stay competitive and grow your skills in this digital age! Courses include:
EIT Food is Europe’s leading food innovation initiative, working to make the food system more sustainable, healthy and trusted.
Learn with EIT Food by joining one of their online courses about the food system and how future trends will change how we produce and consume food! Everyone is welcome, these online opportunities are open to all. Online learning opportunities include:
Accelerating sustainable energy innovations.
Create a personalised learning journey with EIT InnoEnergy's mix and match range of learning experiences. Use online and blended courses to develop your knowledge, build skills or deepen your expertise in sustainable energy and related fields. Courses include:
More online learning opportunities
EIT RawMaterials partners, and the wider EIT community, also offer a range of online learning opportunities.
Discover more online learning materials for raw materials professionals, students and the general public: