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Three European academic institutions–POLIMI Graduate School of Management, EDHEC Business School, and ESMT Berlin–have launched a competition with the support of Microsoft Italia to address societal, economic, and environmental challenges. The competition, called INNOVA Europe, invites students from bachelor to master’s level to submit innovative proposals that tackle the specific challenges outlined in theUN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The competition aims to provide skills and guidance to young students and entrepreneurs who are committed to creating effective solutions to these challenges and shaping a better future for all. The three business schools believe that this competition will generate new products and solutions and foster responsible entrepreneurship, which they believe is crucial to instigate rapid change.

The winning team will receive a prize of €5,000 and incubation services offered by the academic incubators oft he partner Schools. The competition is aimed at preparing students for future challenges by promoting entrepreneurship, innovation, and collaboration. The competition provides students with not only learning opportunities but also access to a network that can benefit them beyond the competition.

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In early December 2022, Rogaland welcomed the EEL’s partners from EUEI, The Vision Works, Olemisen and CKM Dubrovnik to their school for their first in person meeting. During the meeting we decided on some milestones of the project in efficient cooperation and discussed the branding of the project.

Partners then had some downtime to explore the beautiful Stavanger on a lovely winter evening, we then had the chance to join again for a dinner!

Partners look forward to progressing the project results and meeting again in June in Halle, Germany!

The European E-learning Institute (EUEI) is committed to providing high-quality learning experiences and innovative educational programmes which engage learners from a range of sectors and socio-economic backgrounds. EUEI is committed to promoting social cohesion, inclusion, and sustainability across Europe, making them a perfect fit for the InGrow Project.

Our experienced team of trainers, researchers and technical experts are uniquely placed to guide educators from VET, HEI, Adult and Youth sectors to harness the opportunities that innovative and collaborative e-learning and digital tools offer for learners.

We specialise in the delivering of high quality, responsive   and innovative projects to educators and learners in the topics of pedagogic approaches, entrepreneurial competences, digital skills, inclusion, and sustainability.

Meet our Climate Champions at EUEI working on the InGrow project

Canice Hamill- Managing Director

Canice has worked in the field of lifelong education for over 20 years and is recognised as an expert in instructional design and the development of e-learning solutions for education and training. A former trainer and lecturer, Canice utilises a holistic approach to creating innovative, interactive learning environments and works closely with tutors, trainers, and development teams, emphasising the importance of empathy and user experience in every learning solution.

Our Logician -Innovative Inventors with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge

Catherine Neill- European Project Manager

An experienced EU project manager, Catherine is an integral member of our team. She is an effective communicator and has a strong background in areas of Inclusion. The oldest of 5 children Catherine quickly learned how to lead the pack, utilising organisational skills alongside her passion for helping others, she is committed to making the world a more accessible, sustainable, and friendly place.

Our Protagonist -Charismatic and inspiring leaders, able to mesmerise their listeners.

Aine Hamill- European Project Officer

Aine plays an important role in the learning design and subsequently in evaluating the effectiveness of our eLearning products on completion. Aine is always keen to engage with her creative side and implement the newest digital tools, pedagogies, and trends into our e-learning solutions. She is passionate about finding effective and relevant ways to engage learners from all walks of life.

Our Defender-dedicated and warm protectors, able to implement ideas and “create order from chaos”.

Including our key role in the initiation of the InGrow project we will also work tirelessly alongside our project partners to deliver the highest quality project results as possible. Within the project EUEI will develop the project website and be responsible for the technical realisation of the materials.

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