Arts, science and entrepreneurship course


SciCulture, an Erasmus + funded project, encourages collaboration between different disciplines and backgrounds to address the complex challenges facing our society. Among other things, the project tires of answering questions such as: How can scientific knowledge and creative practices be interwoven to promote the well-being of cities? How could art and play be used to design our urban spaces? How can we imagine a better future for one another? And what can we do now to achieve that future?

The upcoming edition of the five-day intensive course will take place from November 8th to 12th. The course explores the challenges of sustainability in urban development by using future perspectives, embodied learning and a range of tools to creatively challenge the theme of the future – cities in 2050.

This edition combines online and physical tools for a well-rounded experience that prepares participants for the realities of a post-pandemic world.

The scholarship opportunities for employees of the partner institutions (University of Malta, University of Exeter, University of Bergen, Delft University of Technology and Science View) end on October 1st.

Paid applications are available to interested persons who are not affiliated with the partner organizations or who are not entitled to Erasmus + mobility grants. This modality allows access to the online format of the intensive course.

Paid applications close on October 11th and the course runs from November 8th to 12th.

To apply, go to https: // sciculture. eu / application /.

Course participants are mentored to challenge themselves to develop different ways of thinking and to learn from others. You will get a taste of some artistic and performative skills, scientific knowledge, and an entrepreneurial mindset. However, the biggest benefit of the course is in developing the skills necessary to work with a wide variety of people.

In addition to the scholarship, the course is also open to other participants. You can find more information at, Facebook: @SciCultureCourse, Instagram: @SciCulture, Twitter: @culture_sci.

SciCulture: Science, Arts and Entrepreneurship Intensive Course is organized by the University of Malta, University of Exeter, University of Bergen, TU Delft and Science View. It is funded by the Erasmus + program of the EU and with the support of the European Commission.

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