Euromachs master programme selected by the European Commission as best practice in Creativity and Innovation.
by Mar 3, 2009 News
The Euromachs Master Programme on “European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society”, is one of a few selected projects featured in the brochure “Creativity and Innovation: Best practices from EU programmes”.
The brochure was presented to the public in a Conference – Exhibition held in Brussels on 2 and 3 March 2009.
According to Ján Figuel’, European Commissioner for Education, Training and Youth, “The projects featured in this short catalogue show examples of best practice in promoting creativity and innovation. They were selected by a panel of independent experts drawn from the various programmes of the European Commission. I hope that they will help to inspire the reader along the lines of the motto of the Year: “Imagine. Create. Innovate.” “.
“European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society: a European Masters Programme” is the result of the partnership of the Universities of Coimbra (Portugal), Cologne (Germany), Turku (Finland) and Lecce (Italy). Each partner has extensive experience in creating innovative links between the Humanities and Digital Media
The programme is targeted at first cycle graduates in Humanities who wish to develop a versatile combination of knowledge, skills and competences that will allow them to communicate both with content specialists and technological experts to create, design, plan and manage effectively complex projects for the multimedia industry, cultural institutions and governmental agencies.
The development of this master programme was supported by the European Commission through the Socrates/Erasmus programme.
- Conference – Exhibition: Creativity & Innovation – Best Practice from EU Programmes