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The circular economy challenges the fundamentals of how we produce, use, and consume — it’s a systemic shift, and it's gained the attention of policymakers, CEOs, and society at large. Learn how to stay ahead of the game and be a part of the change. We have two learning opportunities on offer.
From Linear to Circular is one of our flagship learning programmes, aimed at postgraduate students and professionals at the start of their circular economy career. It is a fantastic opportunity if you want to bring greater purpose to your work or research and become a circular economy advocate and catalyst within your organisation.
The programme is free and participants will be selected following an application process.
We are running two From Linear to Circular programmes in 2021.
The first cohort will start on 19th April and run until 25th June. The second cohort will start in September.
The From Linear to Circular programme is designed for people who already have a strong understanding of the circular economy. For people looking for an introduction to the circular economy, take a look at our Learning Hub or sign up for our free learning programme Inside the Circular Economy: Beyond the Basics .
We are running an interactive online seven-week learning programme — Inside the Circular Economy: Beyond the Basics. The programme is free and anyone can take part.
Every week we will discuss a different topic, ranging from food, policy and design, to finance, plastics, and fashion. Participants will be given a weekly challenge to complete and will be able to debate and engage with others taking part in the programme.
Some existing knowledge of the circular economy would be useful, so please take a look at our Learning Hub.
Registration will open on 2nd March and the programme will run from 17th March- 30th April. For more information, please take a look at the Inside the Circular Economy: Beyond the Basics webpage.