Welcome to this e-Learning platform by EuChemS, the European Chemical Society!
Based in Brussels, Belgium, EuChemS is an umbrella organisation representing Chemical Societies and related organisations from over 30 different countries. We speak for Chemistry at the European level to inform decision-makers in their policymaking work, and help foster a community of chemists through events, networking opportunities and other projects and activities.
On this e-Learning platform, you will find 2 available courses: 'Good Chemistry' and 'Infrastructures'. These two highly interesting topics can be accessed below.
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This open course "EU infrastructures matter" aims to provide guidance and serve as a navigation tool through the global maze when it comes to:
- Education (module 1) - What and where to study in the EU?
- Quality of products and services (module 2) - Do you know what are you buying?
- Research (module 3) - Where to do cutting edge research in the EU?
The module "What and where to study in the EU?" includes information about different educational systems that exist across Europe, where to apply for financial support, how to proceed in getting your degree recognised abroad, why it is important to seek knowledge on subjects outside your direct studies, and finally, why and how to enrol in professional associations. It aims at promoting common values, inclusive education and the European dimension of studying and teaching.This module of the course will open on 7 November 2018 and close on 19 December 2018. Two additional openings are planned in 2019.
The course will be moderated by Špela Majcen Marušič. Špela holds a MA in International Relations and Diplomacy of the EU from the College of Europe and a BA in European Affairs from the University of Ljubljana and has vast experience with studying in the EU.
Once you have completed the course, you can request a certificate of participation.
Click on the title of the course and start exploring studying possibilities in the EU!
This course has been developed within »Open education for a better world« programme run by UNESCO and Institut »Jožef Stefan« Ljubljana, Slovenia. For all video lectures of this programme klick here.