Modules for Masters degrees in Arts and Science
10 Oct 2017, 10:45PM
The call was published on
6 Jul 2017
Creative industries are experiencing a significant skills gap at the crossing of creativity and technology. This call, funded through Creative Europe, hopes to endorse an interdisciplinary approach in Masters and university courses by nurturing cross-sectorial curricula that combine technology with art.
The call will support higher education institutions in the design and implementation of pioneering modules to be included in existing arts, culture, science, engineering, technology and/or other relevant masters. The modules should combine arts and ICT with entrepreneurial skills and business exposure. The modules are expected to bring positive and long-lasting effects in the development of cross-sectorial approaches bringing arts, audiovisual, entrepreneurship and ICT together and thus foster the innovation capacity of the higher education institutions.
The following overview is intended for guidance only. Full guidelines can be found on the European Commission website.
Applications should be made from a international consortium, comprised of at least three partners. The consortium should feature:
- at least one higher education institution (acting as the lead applicant)
- at least one cultural or audiovisual operator active in the cultural and creative sector
- one or more partners from other relevant sectors
All applicants should be established in an eligible country (the 28 EU Member States plus Iceland and Norway) and at least three of these countries should be represented in the consortium.
The total budget earmarked for the co-financing is estimated at €1.5 million.
Applicants can request up to 80% of their eligible costs.
Depending on the quality of the proposals, up to four proposals may be funded with a maximum budget of €500,000 per proposal.
All relevant guidelines, FAQs, applications forms and annexes are available on the European Commission's website. The deadline for submissions is 10:59pm UK time on 10 October 2017.
Creative Europe Desk UK offers free advice and support for Creative Europe applicants from the UK. Please get in touch if you are thinking of applying.