European Projects and Networks

The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music has been involved in a number of funded international projects with several European partners in recent years.

These projects have involved students from both music and creative media and allowed students and staff to work collaboratively with students and staff from our partner institutions. All projects have involved residential periods in our partner institutions.

Creative and Aesthetic Learning Processes– CREAL (2011-2014)

— Erasmus Intensive Programme

This project explored Creative and Aesthetic and learning processes involving the integration of creative, arts-based methods in learning.

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SPACE – Agents of Change in Education (2016-2019)

— Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership

This project explored STEAM education and the main aim was to establish an international student-run entrepreneurial organisation.

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AMiE – Arts and Mindfulness in Education (2020-2023)

— Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership

The Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership 'AMiE' - an acronym that stands for Arts & Mindfulness in Education - helps to meet this need by providing European teachers with inspirational and supportive tools regarding the introduction of mindfulness in pre-primary and primary education (age group 3 to 12).

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Next Step: Introducing the NEXT STEP for Innovation and Creativity in Schools through artistic, scientific and cultural initiatives (2021-2023)

— Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership

The NEXT STEP project is proposing a whole school approach to science learning.

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