EAE responds to the challenges generated by the pandemic through the Global EAE Lab Challenge
13 de May de 2020
13 de May de 2020
How can we help older people and improve long-distance family relationships? How can we help small companies to keep their staff and unemployed people to find new sources of income? These question pose complex and difficult challenges and, with this in mind, EAE Business School has launched Global EAE Lab Challenge, an initiative that aims to provide a response to the challenges triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic.
What does the Global EAE Lab Challenge involve?
The Global EAE Lab Challenge is an initiative in which students have to work on a group project that offer a response to issues connected with the coronavirus pandemic, such as helping older people, managing long-distance social/family relationships, Covid-19 prevention, advice to small companies and support for unemployed people.
The challenge will run for 6 weeks. Over this time, the teams will develop their project, with the support of a group of tutors and lecturers. At the end of May, the final project will be presented to a panel of experts who will then choose the projects that they believe have the greatest potential to tackle the challenges generated by the pandemic.
What is the objective of the Global EAE Lab Challenge?
As mentioned above, the Challenge aims to provide a response to the key challenges generated by coronavirus. However, beyond this primary goal, the Global EAE Lab Challenge strives to prepare participants for the real world, by honing the aptitudes and skills they will need to succeed in the new global panorama that awaits them.
At EAE Business School, we know that now is not the time to worry, but rather to take action. Therefore, we remain committed to innovation and our students’ education. If you would like to know more about the Global EAE Lab Challenge, just click on the video link below.