Sarah Beigel, representing AC3A, had animated a morning session for a group of 20 students soon to graduate as professionals in European and International Project Management at the University of Nantes, France. The class organized by AC3A is one of the many professional lectures for this Master’s programme, created with the aim of helping students be ready for working in a transnational environment and with European policies.
AC3A presented its activities and different projects, including the sharing of the BIOREGIO project and its importance for creation or improvement of public policies within the scope of circular economy of bio-waste. In terms of practical exercise, the students then participated in predicting the possible outcomes of the project. Educating the young generation of future managers and policy makers is key to sustainable future and stable implementation of policies in favor of circular economy of biological streams. The students had benefited from this opportunity to have a better insight into the essence of the Interreg Europe programme and the BIOREGIO project.