Teaching activities constitutes EURA’s core and vocation. EURA provides in-depth teaching on European Union matters for future professionals in fields which are in increasing demand on the labour market. PhD courses, boot-camps and the Summer School are the main teaching activities offered by the CoE. EURA’s teaching contents focuses on Robotics and AI, with particular reference to their ethical, legal, social and economic (ELSE) implications. All teaching activities are specifically tailored, as for features and content, to the specific needs of the audience, and share a multidisciplinary and functional-based approach.