|Access is open to the ENCATC PRAXIS website for Full members and your students! |
|Today, 22nd of January 2019, is an exciting day as it's the official opening of the ENCATC PRAXIS website to Full members and your students studying cultural management and policy! |
Created in 2008 as a monthly e-magazine, over the course 10 years and 72 publications we shared 1,129 internship opportunities in 66 countries, 307 training offers, 30 job opportunities, and 29 interviews. Building on this strong foundation, today 22/01/2019, we start the next chapter to have a dedicated ENCATC PRAXIS website. This online tool will allow your students to have direct access to the internship offers and for us to increase the frequency of our posting and their presentations.
What will you find in your new online space? Starting now from January 2019, users will find weekly updates for internship and training opportunities and a monthly editorial on important topics (mobility, employment, youth issues...). As in the past, we will also publish articles and interviews. In 2019, to allow your students to follow the EU policy debate in the frame of the 2019 elections for the European Parliament, each month ENCATC will publish an article and or an interview from cultural leaders and policy makers. Finally, the website will also have news about ENCATC resources and how students can participate in our activities.
As you know, a call for ambassadors was launched in April 2018 and as a result, we are very grateful to the 35 ENCATC Full members and PRAXIS student ambassadors in 20 countries who were our first test users and kindly shared their feedback to improve our first pilot!
We are happy to still welcome new PRAXIS student ambassadors to boost this new important project. If you wish to nominate one, please contact: email@example.com
| |Please forward/share this information will all of your students
To access the PRAXIS website, users need to register here
|Your personal data collected from the ENCATC website will be kept for 5 years according to our GDPR procedures for data management. |
|Finally, I love that the PRAXIS is continuing as a project done by students for students. Carried out by trainees in our office in Brussels under the training of our Communication Department, this is an excellent learning experience combining research, synthesizing, and digital skills to curate and prepare content, conduct interviews, help run the website, and more! |
I hope you and your students enjoy using this valuable tool and I look forward to hearing about the new stories, pathways and connections that will be created thanks to ENCATC's PRAXIS and the useful information it provides!
GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens
ENCATC Secretary General
|LIST OF FULL MEMBERS WITH PRAXIS STUDENT AMBASSADORS |
Starting in April 2018, ENCATC reached out to Full members asking them to nominate a PRAXIS Student Ambassador.
Student Ambassadors are our “young champions” within ENCATC membership organisations. They are committed to helping ENCATC's information reach other students and encourage their peers to participate in ENCATC events like the Capacity Building Days and Youth in Action Day.
Are you a Full member and don’t see your institution on this list below? It’s not too late to nominate your PRAXIS Student Ambassador! Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions.
- SULSIT University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Bulgaria
- University of Regina, Canada
- Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
- Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Czech Republic
- DAMU Theatre Faculty of Academy of Performing Arts, Czech Republic
- Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia
- Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Finland
- Seinajoki University of Applied Sciences, Finland
- Burgundy School of Business, France
- Université de Savoie - IUT de Chambéry, France
- Université de Cergy Pontoise, France
- Institut d’Etudes Supérieures des Arts, France
- Fachhochschule Potsdam, Germany
- Heilbronn University, Germany
- Bifröst University, Iceland
- University of Bologna, Italy
- University of Ferrara, Italy
- University of Macerata, Italy
- University Transilvania Brasov, Romania
- Faculty of Drama Arts, University of Arts Belgrade, Serbia
- Academy of Performing Arts (VSMU), Slovakia
- Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
- University of Barcelona, Spain
- Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Spain
- Observatorio Cultural del Proyecto Atalaya - Universidad de Cádiz, Spain
- Karlstad University, Sweden
- National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan
- Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
- Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom
- University of Kent, United Kingdom
- Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
- New York University, United States
- Boston University, United States
- Carnegie Mellon University, United States
- George Mason University, United States
ENCATC is the European network on cultural management and policy. It is an independent membership organisation gathering over 100 higher education institutions and cultural organisations in over 40 countries. ENCATC was founded in 1992 to represent, advocate and promote cultural management and cultural policy education, professionalise the cultural sector and make it sustainable, and to create a platform of discussion and exchange at the European and international level.
ENCATC is co-funded the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.