STEM High-Level Event 2017 - Advancing And Scaling-Up Education - Industry Collaboration

STEM High-Level Event 2017 
Advancing And Scaling-Up Education - Industry Collaboration

Thursday 7 December 2017, (08.30 AM – 02.00 PM)

Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace (Rue Gineste 3, 1210 Brussels)

Organised by: the STEM Alliance and Systemic
What: Conference 
Audience: EU policy makers, Business CEOs & representatives, ministries of education, teachers from innovative schools and other relevant partners
Deadline for registrations: 15 November 2017 

Why should you attend?

1. STEM Alliance will demonstrate the business case for companies to invest in the STEM Education and the STEM jobs attractiveness challenges in Europe, by showcasing experiences, key learnings and best practices from STEM Alliance companies partners [1].

2. SYSTEMIC will present the major achievements and the major innovations in STEM teaching based on the activities developed with schools over the academic year 2016-2017. You will be presented the results from publications on trends in STEM education, evaluation of the first edition of the online training course for teachers and headmasters [2].

3. The event will provide insights and networking opportunities to Ministries of Education, industries & other STEM actors to support industry-education initiatives to advance STEM skills and employment.

4. We will identify together how to be more impactful in more countries by leveraging and scaling up existing multistakeholder initiatives through the STEM Alliance to enhance skills and employment opportunities for young people.

About the STEM Alliance

The STEM Alliance ( brings together industries, Ministries of Education and education stakeholders to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education and careers to young Europeans and address anticipated future skills gaps within the European Union. The STEM Alliance builds on the success of the EU-funded inGenious initiative (2011-2014) to increase the links between STEM education and careers, by involving schools throughout Europe.


SYSTEMIC is a strategic partnership project funded under KA2 of the Erasmus+ programme. The overall objective of the SYSTEMIC project (“Say Yes to STEM In the Classroom”) is to increase young Europeans’ interest in maths, science, engineering and technology education and  careers and to provide teachers with the appropriate pedagogical tools to teach STEM topics differently and in a more attractive way.

[1] Amgen, CA Technologies, Axalta Coating System, Cisco, Dassault Systèmes, EPCA, GSMA, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Lego, Lenovo, Transport Malta, Microsoft, Shell and Texas Instruments

[2] SYSTEMIC Partners: European Schoolnet, CSR Europe, MINISTERIO DA EDUCACAO E CIENCIA (Ministry of Education and Science, Portugal), Science Centre - Department of Curriculum Management (Ministry of Education and Employment Malta) and OBITEC - Associação Óbidos Ciência e Tecnologia. 

SYSTEMIC is Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Grant Agreement N. 2016-1-BE02-KA201-017360). The content of the document is the sole responsibility of the organiser and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained.