The aim of the STEM4Humanities project is to bridge the gap between STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and humanities education in order to address key issues in higher education. The project aims to foster the development of transversal skills essential for employability and career success, recognising the high unemployment rates among humanities students and the urgent need to support STEM education, especially among women.

Through innovative teaching strategies and cross-disciplinary approaches, STEM4Humanities aims to increase the proportion of women in STEM careers and improve the employability of humanities students. The project aims to equip students with the skills employers are looking for by integrating STEM education into humanities curricula and by training humanities professors in contemporary STEM teaching methods.


The STEM4Humanities project therefore aims to equip students for the demands of the modern workforce, while promoting a more diverse and inclusive educational landscape.

STEM4Humanities aims to bridge the gap between STEM and the Humanities in order to transform higher education. We aim to improve employability and create new learning opportunities through our innovative initiatives, which include the Humanities Professors Upgrading Package for humanities professors, STEM Training Schemes and e-WBL/Humanities Students in Small Scale Businesses for students. To support the integration of STEM into humanities education, we are reaching out beyond our partner institutions and developing links across the region and Europe.

We aim to have a lasting impact by using targeted dissemination and freely available educational materials, supporting the implementation of the EU’s Digital Education Action Plan and encouraging the creation of updated humanities education programmes. Together, we are reshaping the landscape of higher education and empowering students and educators alike for a better future.

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