This course has been developed in order to educate PhDs and professionals alike on what the circular economy is, how it can be assessed and implemented.
The School focuses on circular economy and is organised in collaboration with the EIT RawMaterials funded Raw Materials Scenario (RaMaScene) project. The lead organiser is Leiden University’s Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), and the school is supported by KU Leuven and the University of Bordeaux. The program in short consists of:
A total program of 4 days, plus one day of arrival and welcome reception.
After taking part in this course, trainees will
The course will cover:
The course combines classroom lectures and blended learning (www.ramascene.eu).
Teachers are from Leiden University, KU Luven, University of Bordeaux and TU Delft
Fees (additional information)
Free attendance. Lunches and refreshments (e.g. tea and coffee) during the school are provided.
Accomodation, breakfast and dinners are at participants’ own expense, except for pre-admitted PhD students. Any extras in the hotel or elsewhere are at participants’ own expense.
Location and dates
Date: 8th – 11th April 2019
Location: Van Steenis building - Einsteinweg 2 - 2333 CC, Leiden - The Netherlands
Registration (and useful links)
Fill out this form indicating your interest https://www.jotform3.leidenuniv.nl/form/90505726327
Once you submit your application we will review it and let you know as soon as possible whether you have been accepted
PhD Students, sustainability professionals and EIT alumni
The Spring Summer School will take place from April 8-11, 2019.
For your registration please fill out this form indicating your interest: https://www.jotform3.leidenuniv.nl/form/90505726327