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Engineering Education for Building a Sustainable Future

The partners in the A-STEP 2030 Erasmus+ project (Strategic partnership for educational innovation and shared good practices) organised a Webinar on Friday the 27th August 2021 between 10.00-12.00 am (CET) to present the outcomes of their three-year research project in engineering education, which included three Intellectual Outputs and culminated in a Summer School.

After a short introduction of the A-STEP 2030 objectives and activities by Klara Kövesi (project coordinator, ENSTA Bretagne, Brest, France), the outcomes from European focus groups studies were presented by Una Beagon (TU Dublin, Dublin, Ireland): “What competences do engineering students need to support the achievement of the SDGs?. Following a short Q/A session, the presentation of Riitta Lehtinen (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland), “What factors influence the young generation’s career choices?” outlined the most relevant findings of a large European quantitative study. Bente Nørgaard’s (Aalborg Univesity, Aalborg, Denmark) presentation of the “Mapping of existing practices and diverse pedagogical approaches” provided interesting details of a European mapping approach. Then, Una Beagon presented the novel learning and teaching activity tested in the A-STEP 2030 Summer School. Following, Johannes Spaas (BEST, Brussels, Belgium) presented the “The students’ experience of the A-STEP 2030 Summer School” based on the feedback and testimony of participating students. Finally, Klara Kövesi was talking about “Future perspectives” related to the findings and recommendations of the project.

More information on the A-STEP 2030 Webinar, please check out the project website. (

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