Microsoft | Report

Most girls become interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in school at the age of 11-1/2, but that interest starts to wane by the age...

European Commission | Report

Industry matters – one in five jobs is in industry. New technologies bring rapid changes and are breaking down the barriers between supply chains, customers...

Südwestmetall | News

This infographic provides an overview of  the position of STEM professions in the metal- and electro industry in Germany, with a specific focus on Baden-...

PBT | Report

More and more young people are choosing to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics (‘STEM’) both at secondary school and in higher education...

Samsung | Report

In 2013, Samsung launched a new global Corporate Citizenship strategy with a focus on Education, Employment, Health and the Environment. This brochure is...

World Economic Forum | News

If you had a university degree back in 1972, you were likely to earn 20% more than those without one. Today, that number has soared to 70%. But not all...

Ministry of Economic Affairs (Netherlands) | Report

After five years of pursuing an enterprise policy, now seems an appropriate time to take stock of the experiences gained. The Dutch economic system has...

ASTRA | Meeting report

On September 29, 2016 the General Meeting of the EU STEM Coalition took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. The meeting was hosted and co-organised by the Danish...

EU STEM Coalition | News

The EU STEM Coalition has joined as a supporter the European Pact for Youth. The European Pact for Youth was initiated by CSR Europe – partner of the EU...

European Commission | Report

The Education and Training Monitor is a European Commission Staff Working Document that presents a yearly evaluation of education and training systems...

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