Digital Transformation and Social Challenges

Cooperation of EIT Digital with the University of Trento.

Digital O'clock - Time for your and your business' transformation.

The course gives professionals and decision makers an understanding of the meaning and implications of digital transformation, enabling them to become active players. Participants will learn the essentials of digital transformation and acquire knowledge about digital tools and techniques.

The stand-alone modules are designed so they can be followed independently of one another, although they are connected by certain themes which can also be used to customise the course to a specific person, organisation or focus area.

Key take aways

  • Learn the essentials of digital transformation;
  • Understand digital tools and techniques;
  • Generate digital transformation impact;
  • Acquire relevant information for decision making;
  • Create new professional and business opportunities 


Who should attend

  • Professionals 
  • Managers 
  • Decision makers
  • IT specialists and managers 
  • IT professionals 

Get your certificate through our training

EIT Digital and the University of Trento joint digital certificate of participation.

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Blended approach

Blended approach:

Online + F2F Masterclass + distance learning (1)

Date and location

Date and location:

October 13-14 (Milano) (2)
December 3-4 (Brussels, Paris) (2)



2500 € (Excl. Tax) Online + F2F Masterclass (3)

(1) Please contact us for more details.
(2) Please contact us for the location and onsite training.
(3) For group and on-site training please contact us.

Course content

  • Impact
  • Ecosystem
  • Research vs. innovation
  • Key enabling technologies
  • Common sense and changes


2 days / € 2500 (Excl. Tax)
October 13-14 (Milano)
December 3-4 (Brussels, Paris)

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EnglishEIT Digital and the University of Trento joint digital certificate of participation.



About the University of Trento

The University of Trento was founded in 1962 and has always aimed at building alliance and reciprocal efficiency with Italian and foreign institutions and organizations. In 1982, the University (until then private) became public, with a statute that guaranteed self-government.

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