The Masters of Circular Economy is about changing the world. It's basically about educating students to facilitate the transition towards a Circular Economy.
Watch Ann Wolter, lecturer Circular Economy at HAN International School of Business, explain their experiential learning program.
We added a practice-based game called The Triple Connection to our program. This business game is based on the three Ps which are People, Planet, and Prosperity. Each student has a role as they experience the transition to sustainability first-hand, Ann Wolter explains.
Students can expect a lot from this Masters. They are able to explore all the different avenues of circularity. They will become empowered as they grow the confidence to go to a company, suggest changes, and even implement those changes.
Stephan Verhasselt is a lecturer at FHNW University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland, where he has been teaching for over 10 years. With a background in mechanical engineering and a PhD in supply chain management, Stephan brings a wealth of industry experience to his classes. His goal is to prepare his students for the real world by providing them with hands-on learning experiences.
Supply chain management is about creating the operating model the company needs to realize its business strategy. It requires to make sure that all the actors of a company are working in the same direction. The Fresh Connection is the perfect tool to understand, experience, and observe the power (and challenges) of alignment. It is a very good learning experience and a lot of fun