More about the project​

E-SCAPE will launch an innovative game-based platform, teaching methodology and resources to support the acquisition of transferable skills. The project starts in November 2021 and involves 6 organizations from 5 EU countries:

  • University of Chemical Technology and Metalirgy (UCTM) – Bulgaria
  • Business Foundation for Education (BFE) – Bulgaria
  • Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus” (CTI) – Greece
  • Media Creativa (Spain),
    Unitelma Sapienza Italy
  • AHE – University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz – Poland

In the next 24 months the partnership will produce the following products:

  • E-SCAPE Teaching Framework
  • E-SCAPE Game-based educational scenarios for digital escape rooms
  • E-SCAPE 3D Virtual World Educational Platform
  • E-SCAPE impact assessment and multiplication guide

As a result of the E-SCAPE project:

  • HE students and graduates will improve their employability skills and better understanding about the role of skills for personal productivity, competitiveness and fulfillment, and for long-term and sustainable growth
  • HE educators and career guidance experts will enhance their mutual understanding of offered academic skills and needed market skills 
  • HE students, graduates and HE educators and Career Guidance experts will boost their digital skills.

The E-SCAPE complementary products link the academic objectives of HEI with the pragmatic needs of the labour market and the individual needs of the learners. The platform will embrace the potential of innovative technologies to create a highly interactive, participative and exciting learning experience. The openly shared tools, available in 6 languages will improve the accessibility and encourage the application of digital technologies in HEI for teaching, learning, assessment and engagement. In the same time, it will increase the capacity of HEIs teachers to apply innovative methodologies and digital tools in the education.