STEAM provides training in communicating science through the arts, with a particular focus on performance skills. We welcome a range of students, from researchers to teachers, journalists to artists, at all stages of their career.

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Book your place on the next summer school programme!

Sun, sea, science communication.

Are you ready to join us face to face in glorious Malta this June? STEAM is returning with it’s annual in-person Summer School. We’re offering a 9-day programme from the 13 – 21 July. Learn how to communicate through the arts, develop your confidence and performance skills, meet exciting like-minded people and deliver a STEAM event in front of a real audience. Early-bird discount ends 14 June and places are limited so reserve yours now!
Still not sure? Explore our testimonials  below and see if STEAM is right for you!

What do people say about STEAM?

I didn’t expect it would open this many doors for me, even already!
Sam’s Testimonial
I’m a radio host and this has improved my communication skills!
Danielle’s Testimonial
On top of what I learnt, I met lots of cool people from around the world!
Hans’ Testimonial

Join us in Malta – stay in our hassle-free accommodation.

STEAM Summer School takes place in Malta with the majority of our activities being hosted in the capital city of Valletta. In the evening, you’ll be able to explore other areas of the island through our diverse social programme. You can also choose to stay in our pre-booked apartments with daily pick-ups and drop-offs to ensure you get where you need to be.

Important Dates

Early-Bird Closes………………………… 14 June
Late Registration Closes……………. 28 June
Summer School…………………………… 13 – 21 July

Get In Touch

Edward Duca –
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Learn the basics remotely.

If you can’t make the in-person school, that doesn’t mean you can’t access our content! STEAM’s Online Course provides a theoretical background into communicating science through the arts. Learn on-demand with permanent access to this 10 module course. Try our homework activities to apply your learning to a real world context wherever you are. Those who attend the in-person programme will also have access to this course included. Beginners can brush up on any basics you might need before you arrive.