In a constantly changing world in which new challenges are continually arising, it is essential to be able to acquire a set of transversal skills that complement the personal and professional growth of our students and the development of an interdisciplinary profile.
These skills are tackled in a set of areas defined in the UCJC Transversal Competences Model that range from the personal to the social sphere, promoting a holistic transformation process through learning.
To this end, La Colmena proposes a challenge-based learning method defined around our three strategic axes: entrepreneurship, digitization and social innovation.
This 3-year syllabus, offers students the chance to take part in an annual team competition to solve the most pressing challenges posed by the Sustainable Development Goals. They will take part in workshops and bootcamps and they will avail themselves of a mentoring scheme, with tutors and experts who will advise them at every step.
With the Challenge-Based Learning method, they will acquire the skills and competencies that will allow them to successfully tackle problems, developing solutions to them. They will work in teams made up of students from different years, creating learning experiences that will allow them to apply their knowledge to very diverse real world situations.