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2022 EIT Education calls: a complete overview

The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is setting a round of Education calls for professional education and for Masters/PhD programs. On this page, the Aalto EIT Services help you to navigate through all the available offering: we have plenty of support to provide to Aalto educators!
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Each branch of the Education pillar follow its own process when it comes to application, funding and expected outcome. 

Below you will find a brief summary that includes all the details you'll need to understand if the Education calls are a fit or not for your own teaching project. If you need fursther guidance, assistance or support, please contact the Aalto EIT Services here [email protected] 

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