Our 10-day intensive Summer School in Science Communication (13 – 22 July 2016) introduces an innovative form of education that includes Arts into the classical STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Interactive experiments and informal learning with the use of creativity and arts are the key ingredients of our approach. Our goals are to improve science awareness and develop informed opinions, increase student uptake of STEM careers for high-level jobs, stimulate the socio-economic wellbeing of partner countries, and enhance the transferable skills of current researchers.
We are expecting around 70 participants from all over the world.
This series of Summer Schools is receiving funding by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.