Individuals from across the world may take part in the Foundation’s online and face-to-face courses.
Participatory learning is an important feature of all our courses and is consistent with our systems thinking and feedback-rich approach.
In 2015, TU Delft ran the world’s first edX MOOC on the Circular Economy, in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Sustainability.
The MOOC ran for seven weeks on the edX platform and the course is now available again for you to take at your own pace. Through the MOOC, learners are challenged to design a future that rethinks our current “take-make-waste” economy to focus on circular, innovative products and business models. Find out more about the MOOC and take part here.
MBA and PGCert
Bradford University School of Management and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation present the essential briefing for senior managers and education professionals on the circular economy. See the course outline here.
Co-created by Cranfield University and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Technology, Innovation and Management for a Circular Economy MSc integrates world leading expertise from engineering, design, technology, business and environment. Find out more about the MSc course here.
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and circular economy metrics
University College London (UCL) has launched a new flexible four-day CPD course, Conducting a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA): from Theory to Practical Application, developed in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Education team.
This course introduces how to apply LCA and circular economy metrics and tools to track performance and prioritise actions relating to circular economy programmes in organisations.