A great, detailed and informative course that I enjoyed learning about. Lund University you can do no wrong, from my semester spent on exchange in Lund to engaging with this fantastic MOOC! Thank you!
Great course!\n\nSuper interesting and very accessible language. It's a good entrance door to keep learning about this really important topics.\n\nThanks for giving us the chance to have it for free.
LOVED THE WAY THE COURSE WAS DESIGNED, FROM THE BASIC LEVEL OF HOW THE MATERIALS ARE EXTRACTED AND TAKEN OUT TO THE BUSINESS MODELS, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT TO POLICIES.
IT WAS A BRIEF TASTE OF EVERYTHING RELATED TO SUSTAINABILITY. MY FAV PART WAS THE MODULE 2 :)
By Akshata B•
This course gives you an in depth understanding of circular economy and empowers you with tools to assess and implement circular economy in the work you are looking to do. Am grateful to all the universities involved for putting together a fantastic course.
By RAMESH P S•
It is very informative and educating course with hand of practical and case study. This has a lot of fact, technical and research based information to provide better understanding on circular economy to support environment, business and social structure.
By Shashank N•
The course touches various aspects of circular economy & most importantly shares a lot of resources to study that help during & even after the course. Clear, crisp & vivid presentation of the content kept me engaged. Definitely worth the time.
By Shelley L•
A very broad-ranging course, covering topics from responsible mining to consumer use of electronics. I found all the lectures to be clear and well delivered, and the case studies (follow your phone) particularly useful.
By Rosario V C•
As an introduction for the Circular Economy concept this course is very good, you can take a very comprenhensive approach to the topics.
I'm really intereseted in having a deeper knowledge now I finished it.
By Alison T•
Really interesting course with great examples to learn from. My only criticism was that some of the presenters were difficult to understand but I was able to follow along with the written text.
By Haitham A•
I found this course very useful and easy to understand. i do recommend to take this course to know better about circular economy principle, material sustainability and recourses management.
By Olivia L•
Very well structured course to help us get an introduction into this topic, also a good balance between theoretical knowledge and realworld cases.
By Mansour A A H•
Course is great however, it contains some details I believe we should not going into. For example, LCA assessment and other deep technical stuff
By Carla C•
Very well structured, interesting case studies, well written compendium.
I missed the macroeconomic implications of circular economy.
By Albert K O•
A well-structured and highly informative course. I couldn't have asked for more in my quest to be a sustainability change agent.
By Beatrice B•
Well done. Only suggestion is to. improve the English level of some of the people talking in the videos of the lectures!
By katherin H C•
Excellent course. Gave me the necessary tools to go further in my activities related to circular economy.
By Andreas B•
very good presenations and videos with goor practical examples from industry and other companies
By Martin V•
Very well structured incl. videos, quizzes and small assignments. delivers a solid foundation.
By Tessel B•
Good, informative course. Great videos and great case examples!
By Keith B•
Very good course with a wide verity circular economy content.
By Kayleigh P•
Great way to further my knowledge of circular economies.
By Mikael N•
Good course with a lot of interesting information
By Pasi K•
Pretty interresting and well designed course
By Rene-Pascal P•
Very interesting business cases.
By Murad A•
By Khaled A•
The course focused on how to drive circular economy through sustainable business model innovation and enablers such as policies. The course initially discussed material management and eco-design methods but not into details. If you are looking specifically more into eco-design and sustainable material selection hands on, I recommend checking Mike Ashby's method and his book "Materials & Sustainable Development". In addition, there was great sustainable material selection software called "Granta Design CES" , spin-off from the university of Cambridge recently acquired by Ansys, this software is a great tool for any engineer working on sustainable product design. Overall, I recommend this course for anyone interested in circular economy in general and sustainable business model innovation.
By Renata M•
It was an interesting course, but I was expecting more technical knowledge about environmental resources. To me, it showed in a negative way that the course was a collaboration: it seemed a concoction of elected themes rather than a comprehensive overview of the matter, like the one done by Catherine Weetman in her book A Circular Economy Handbook: How to Build a More Resilient, Competitive and Sustainable Business, for example.