FameLab is an exciting science communication competition to find the new voices of science and engineering across the world. Run by the British Council and Cheltenham Science Festival, this global competition has already seen more than 5000 young scientists and engineers participating in over 20 different countries.
Famelab offer scientists and engineers the challenge of engaging with international audiences but also engaging with each other, broadening each other’s views of what it means to be working in science right now.
Find out how to take part on the Famelab International website and watch all the latest talks, interviews and competitions on the FameLab YouTube channel.
The British Council’s Creative Economy Programme, which forges connections between the growing creative industries in the UK and in key overseas markets. By helping to shape thinking amongst policymakers while also building entrepreneurial and leadership capability, we aim to encourage collaborative change across sectors.
On our Creative Economy website you can find out about the British Council's programmes and networks of creative professionals.
School Lab is a science communication video competition for Form 1-4 students. Students from all Maltese secondary schools can participate in this competition.
School-lab inspires students to learn more about science, to talk more about science, and make their school science experiences creative and fun.
Visit the SchoolLab website.
The United Kingdom offers you a world-leading education system, with UK qualifications that can make a real difference to your career.
Are you are thinking of studying at a UK university, college, or boarding school, or learning English in the UK? Our Education UK website to find out how to apply for schools, colleges and universities in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Search for the course that is best for you on the EducationUK website.