What we do

EUBBC-Digital (Europe, Brazil, Bolivia and Cuba) project aims at enforcing Capacity Building to create globally available digital learning modules, to collaboratively implement postgraduate programs in Latin America


Learners can access the learning modules no matter where they are.

Create & Share

Teachers create or reuse existing learning material and get feedback from other teachers, through a Quality Assurance Process.

Remote Labs

Learners can use remote labs at their own pace


University-industry collaboration through energy-related challenge-based cases

About EUBBC-Digital

Europe-Brazil-Bolivia-Cuba Capacity Building Using Globally Available Digital Learning Modules (EUBBC-Digital)

The EUBBC-Digital Project is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union – Capacity Building for Higher Education (CBHE)

Project Number: 618925-EPP-1-2020-1-BR-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

Project’s summary

The EUBBC-Digital project will (i) offer access to modern technologies in the higher education systems, (ii) address the “brain-drain” challenge within a pilot field (the energy transition sector), and (iii) turn this into an opportunity by introducing digital education related tools and approaches in the Partner Countries (Brazil, Bolivia and Cuba). This will allow the partners to, in the future, create excellent educational programs (and already now enhance existing ones) with embedded digital education elements created collaboratively. These changes in the academic offer of the EUBBC-Digital partners will (i) utilize a modern repository thinking for share-ware learning units, (ii) a modern distribution mechanism for courses, while (iii) considering aspects continuously demanded by industry like innovation and entrepreneurship and “21st century skills” of various kind and while (iv) keeping a national perspective by using the in-country strengths and complementing this with the Program Countries (from the EU) skills when appropriate.

The EUBBC-Digital Project is working closely and with constant synergy with the Erasmus+ EUSL-Energy Project


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