2204 greenskills4citiesThe partners of the Erasmus+ project Green Skills for Cities organize an online exchange on "Green Skills – Embedding innovative teaching formats in higher education". Trainers and teachers in higher education or vocational education as well as professionals working in the field and interested students are invited to join on 13 December 2022.  

Do you want to expand your skill set in transdisciplinary teaching and training for students on sustainable development in cities? Are you a head of studies, (inter-)national trainer and teacher in higher education or vocational education and interested in education for sustainable development? Then this event is for you to:

  • Gain expertise (learn from innovative concepts in the field)
  • Get inspired (join and learn from discussion on do’s and don’ts)
  • Share your ideas (bring in new aspects to broaden our views)

The online exchange "Green Skills – Embedding innovative teaching formats in higher education" is organized by the RCE (Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development) at Vienna University of Economics and Business and the Erasmus+ Project Green Skills for Cities*. It takes place on 13 December 2022, 16.00-18.00 CET, online via Zoom.

Professionals working in the field and interested students are welcome to join. Sign up here and you will receive the Zoom Link via email. If you have any questions, feel free to email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or check out the project website!


logo EU funded* Green Skills for Cities is a project developed by Vienna University of Economics and Business, WU (Austria), Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, IAAC (Spain), Università Degli Studi Di Genova, UNIGE (Italy), and Alda European Association for Local Democracy (France) and co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The aim of the project is to establish a transdisciplinary educational platform targeted at the development of green skills to be implemented across cities in the field of nature-based solutions (NBS). The project brings together trainers and learners from the fields of botany, technology, design and economy to develop curricula targeted at working in the public sector. The curricula developed will be reusable, transferable, scalable and open to all through the Online Repository Platform that is accessible through the website. The goal is to increase the quality and relevance of higher education through transdisciplinarity in order to better respond to the labour market’s needs, and to reinforce networks between stakeholders within the field of urban sustainable development.