CROP follows on from the ‘Arts & Humanities Entrepreneurship Hub’ project, which aimed to link the world of university education with the world of business, in the cultural and creative sector CROP goes even further by focusing on skills for cross-fertilisation of the cultural and creative sector with other sectors of the European economy.

Creative Thinking

CROP uses the concept of spillover applied to creativity to enhance the creative thinking of students and graduates who have been in A&H for no more than two years.

Community Networks

Students - during their training - will be actively involved in community networks with CCI stakeholders and develop practical skills in the search for solutions with high local impact.

Job opportunities

This will lead to increased job placement opportunities and/or the development of their own entrepreneurial project.


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