The course has been developed by the partners of SWEDA within the project activities and it will last until May 2022, with a final face-to-face workshop.
The course is addressed to 30 international students regularly enrolled in a Bachelor, Master or PhD programme at the University of Perugia in Italy, the Riga Technical University in Latvia and the Universities of Kassel and Cottbus-Senftenberg in Gemany. It is divided into 4 parts:
- Sustainable agro-livestock farm and animal welfare: method, technique and experiences, realised by the University of Perugia;
- Bioeconomy, agrobiodiversity, biomass use, strategies and resources for sustainable rural development, realised by Riga Technical University;
- Methods, techniques and experiences of social agriculture, realised by the University of Kassel-Witzenhausen;
The first 3 modules are online, while the last one will be face-to-face in Italy. In May 2022, the first international workshop will take place in Perugia.