Learning Outcomes

The European Masters in Lifelong Learning seeks to form professionals able to:

  • Design and develop educational policies concerned with Lifelong Learning
  • Promote innovation processes within Lifelong Learning systems suited to the social and organisational contexts in which they are to be undertaken, so as to facilitate change and social transformation
  • Develop competences required in order to mediate between the educational community and the needs of the local environment
  • Advise organisations on the planning, implementing, evaluating, supervising and control of training mechanisms in Lifelong Learning
  • Apply techniques for recognizing diverse learning needs and for identifying the appropriate and sustained educational actions which will meet these needs
  • Take part in the new developments and reforms taking place in Europe in accordance with the Bologna and Copenhagen process
  • Design and develop flexible learning paths, using ECTS and including recognition of prior learning
  • Integrate ICT and e-learning as a tool in educational programmes
  • Develop systemic competences related to management, quality, creativity and leadership.