UniLaSalle is the first host institution of the teaching mobility pilot series within the Teach With Erasmus+ project.
Why UniLaSalle did selected Impact Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation as the main topic of the mobility?
UniLaSalle offers a range of three- and five-year degrees in the fields of agriculture, the food industry, food and health, environmental studies and geology.
Their campus is located on a farm in the nature, with the first “AgriLab” that is dedicated to agriculture and the “Entrepreneurial Lab” that is a place for experimenting with entrepreneurship and discovering the core values for a more sustainable world.
Innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability are key concepts of our modern world. While we thrive for development and innovation, we also need to be conscious about our environment.
Therefore, UniLaSalle decided to organize this teaching mobility around cross-cultural specificity in teaching sustainability in entrepreneurship and innovation, applying to climate change challenges.
During the week-long program, seminars, open-workshops and a public debate will be scheduled around around the main topic. Teachers and students will have the opportunity to undertake a deeper study of key issues.