Apart from the five founder-representatives, the academic body is composed of academics and researchers from the founding institutions and from other institutions now involved in the programme; these include Dr. Noellie Brockdorff (University of Malta), Dr. Clive Zammit (University of Malta), Professor Tsutomu Fujinami (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Dr. Maciej Kijko (Adam Mickiewicz University), Professor Joanna Ostrowska (Adam Mickiewicz University), Mr. Victor Jacono, M.A. (University of Malta), Mr. Jacques Sciberras, M.A., Mr David Wright, M.Sc. (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Ms Michela Loporto, M.Sc. (Manchester Metropolitan University).
Bringing together a number of disciplines that bridge the arts and the sciences, the two-year, interdisciplinary, taught MSPC - Master in the Science of Performative Creativity at the University of Malta follows a groundbreaking path to inquire into Creativity by focusing upon Memory Systems and Learning Processes, studying contexts which potentiate them and contexts which, on the other hand, inhibit them.
The research proposed by this programme faces long standing questions such as:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
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