European Global Product Realisation
  1. The EGPR course
  2. The Universities
  3. History
  4. How to apply
  5. Erasmus+: NARIP
    1. EGPR 2018
    2. EGPR 2017
    3. EGPR 2016
    4. EGPR 2015
    5. EGPR 2014
    6. EGPR 2013
    7. EGPR 2012
    8. EGPR 2011
    9. EGPR 2010
    10. EGPR 2009
    11. EGPR 2008
    12. EGPR 2007
    13. EGPR 2006
    14. EGPR 2005
    15. EGPR 2004
    16. EGPR 2003
    17. EGPR 2002
European Global Product Realisation

The EGPR history

European Global Product Realisation (EGPR) is an academic course which joins together students from multiple institutions. Different cultures, experience and knowledge are brought together to realise a project in an virtual environment. The aim of the project is to materialise a global product, which includes steps ranging from the market research to the production of the physical working prototype.

Now in its 17thedition, EGPR course has been successfully running since 2002. It all started when EPFL from Switzerland, FME Ljubljana from Slovenia and TU Delft from the Netherlands joined forces with two companies - LIV Postojna, Slovenia and deVlamboog, the Netherlands in executing the first edition of the EGPR course. Over the years, several new institutions joined the course.