FIT4Future Homepage


    Higher Education Engineering teachers


    Co-funded project FIT4Future

What is FIT4Future about?

The pioneer and future-oriented STEM curriculum and updated strategy-making related study courses reflecting the needs of the high-tech industry, and the related strong collaboration network, makes HEI more attractive to students and STEM HE teachers. FIT4Future aims that the STEM HE teachers will have updated skills and knowledge, increasing scientific research and publications. HEs can apply the LTFS method to develop (or adapt) curricula to long-term trends ensuring these are future-oriented. To enable this in an efficient way, FIT4Future will be developed based on a large-scale mapping of the current curricula, the needs of HE STEM teachers, and available educational contents.


  • Curriculum

    FIT4Future Curriculum Overview

  • Here you can get information on the importance and benefits of teaching Long-Term Future Scenarios and long-term forecasting. Also, you can get an overview on what to learn.

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  • Online program

    FIT4Future Online Program

  • UpsKill yourself with our online training programm and course. Included are an introduction into futurism and trend design, and lessons on teaching future trend methods and techniques and Long-Term Future Scenarios and forecasting.

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  • Curriculum

    FIT4Future Guidelines and Recommendations

  • Unsure on how to integrate LTFS in your teaching or even in your HEI? The guidelines and recommendations provide tips and tricks of recentimplementation of LTFS from real users’ data, and include recommendations with regards to the recognition of the LTFS skills on individual HEI and national HE system level and across Europe.

  • Coming to you in 2024

Some information about us

Far-Future Strategy Development for STEM Higher Education Teachers

Welcome to the FIT4Future homepage. FIT4Future stands for “Far-Future Strategy Development for STEM Higher Education Teachers”. It's the space for Higher Education Engineering teachers, who want to upskill for introducing so-called Long-Term Future Scenarios (and its topics) into their regular teaching portfolios and activities. Long-Term Future Scenarios build the bridge between the results of future research and traditional strategy development and offer a concrete, company-specific outlook for the next 10-20 years. The methodology is different in so far as it not only considers trend forecasts, but also tacit visionary knowledge.

The EU ERASMUS+ co-funded project FIT4Future aims at an innovative curriculum at European HEIs in STEM by adding the lacking long-term perspective to strategic management teaching and fostering future employability of students with developed skills in high-tech companies. Students are targeted as the final beneficiaries. Students in STEM-related fields are currently being trained in traditional strategy making. But relying on pure trend analysis alone is not enough, and companies, especially from the high-tech sector, need professionals, who can develop Long-Term Future Scenarios. FIT4Future will allow HEIs to provide their students (either in bachelor, master or specialization courses) with training in a new field and methodology important for developing sustainable long-term strategies, which enables the students to make sense of long-term trends, which they can use to engage in a meaningful way for and with their company.


“FIT4Future provides Higher Education Engineering institutions and their teachers with the knowledge and skills needed to introduce Long-Term Future Scenarios (and its topics) into their regular teaching portfolios and activities.”

Excellence & Future oriented

FIT4Future aims to enable HE engineering teachers to acquire excellence in educating students to develop sound strategic long-term options including the tacit visionary knowledge of companies.

FIT4Future provides user-driven and user-focused learning content developed specifically for HE engineering teachers to introduce Long-Term Future Scenarios in their courses.

Custom fit & Transferability

FIT4Future allows HE engineering teachers to pick and choose from a wide range of useful, innovative and practical materials and tools.

The learning content can be adapted and then transferred to other educational areas and not related to STEM and/or high-tech, where long-term forecasting is gaining importance, e.g. economics or political science.


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  • Understand why Long-Term Future Scenarios and long-term forecasting is important in teaching.

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  • Acquire the knowledge and skills to become proficient in teaching Long-Term Future Scenarios.

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  • Get recommendations and common guidelines on how to integrate Long-Term Future Scenarios in your teaching or implement the full program at your HEI. Learn more.

Our awesome partners

The partners of the project consortium have profound knowledge and experience of the challenges and problems related to long-term strategy making based on scenarios. They also have a long and proven track record in revealing tacit knowledge and methodology development.

  • Universidade da Beira Interior
  • The University of Beira Interior (UBI) is one of the most recent public universities in Portugal but it is also a landmark institution in the educational, research, innovation, business, entrepreneurship and informatics fields. Over the years, the evolution of the number of educational programs and the number of students has been increasing, having surpassed the 7500 students from across the country and 300 from all over the world. Regarding human resources, UBI has currently more than 1100 employees, of which more than 600 are teachers and researchers.

  • EGE University, Izmir, Turkey
  • Ege University is a 65-year-old state university that acts as a focal point for education, research, cultural and social activities in the city of Izmir and the Aegean region. Being a university with an international perspective, the educational system of Ege University is based on the principle of creative teaching and participatory learning. Ege University is a research based, teaching oriented institution, training students up to Doctorate level. In total, 70,000 students are enrolled at Ege University and the number of the academic staff is approximately 3,000.

  • Eolas S.L, Badajoz, Spain
  • EOLAS S.L. offers services and support to enterprises, organizations and entities in 3 main areas, for a wide range of demands and needs from support for projects, business development and consulting to innovation. EOLAS S.L. is founded by a team of professionals with more than 20 years of experience in idea generation, identification of financing schemes, proposal preparation, partner search and management of international, European, national and regional projects. It combines the knowledge and experience in the field of economics, innovation and enterprise organization with engineering, allowing the company to integrate both the technical coordination as well as the economic aspects of project management.

  •  Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Hochschule der Medien (HdM) in Stuttgart is a public higher education institution (funded by the state of Baden-Württemberg) that trains media specialists for companies, organizations and institutions. It covers a broad spectrum of media expertise; for example from printed media to electronic media or from library science to advertising. About 30 accredited Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs mirror this diversity. At the moment, more than 5000 students are registered at the university. As a University of Applied Sciences, HdM has a special focus in academic training with strong connections to reg. and nat. businesses.

  • Syddansk Universitet (SDU), Odense, Denmark
  • The University of Southern Denmark is the 3rd largest university in Denmark. It has five faculties with 31,000 students – 20% of whom are international – and 3,400 employees distributed across five regional campuses. The Department of Marketing & Management (IMM) is a department under the Faculty of Business and Social Science. It’s Centre for Integrative Innovation Management is bridging two faculties: Social Sciences and Engineering. The Centre adopts a cross-disciplinary approach because understanding and promotion of innovation from the initial idea to commercialization requires the combination of engineering, management and marketing.