This taught, interdisciplinary, European Master’s programme is an open invitation. Its unique two-year course will guide innovative individuals to become instrumental in fostering Creativity and Innovation. Whatever one’s interest, Creativity spurs all human endeavour, be it in Culture, Economy, the Arts, Business, Education, Sport, Management, Life Sciences... A paradigm shift is taking place – the Knowledge Economy is giving way to the Creativity Economy. In the face of the crisis gripping so many levels of Human Society – from the economy, to the environment, to the inequalities and divisions these are bringing about, on so many levels, within the fabric of human relations and sensing the consequent, urgent and ever-growing need for creative and positive responses to be given, the Master’s programme asks a fundamental question: “What enables human action to open out into Creativity?”
Bringing together a number of disciplines that bridge the arts and the sciences, the two-year, interdisciplinary, taught course 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.
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