The participating teachers in the Science on Stage International Festival are selected by the National Steering Committees in member countries.
Each participating teacher will receive a registration email with a link to the registration form.
Registration for Science on Stage 2024 will open in January 2024.
Full festival delegates are selected through national selection processes, but you can still attend the Open Day, on Wednesday, 14th August.
Registration for the Open Day will be open in Spring 2024.
Prior registration is mandatory and will open in Spring 2024. We will provide more information about the programme closer to the event.
More information on the Open Day can be found here.
Open Day is intended exclusively for the professional educational community, who are preferred during the registration due to the limited festival capacity. For security reasons, entry to the festival is only allowed to persons over 15 years of age.
Prior registration is mandatory and will open in Spring 2024.
Presentation, workshop and stall opportunities are only available for full festival delegates.
Science on Stage festival 2024 takes place at the Turku UAS’ Kupittaa Campus, especially its two buildings EduCity and ICT City.
More information on the venue can be found here.
Yes, free Wi-Fi will be available in the festival area.
All registered full delegate participants will be accommodated at four different hotels:
– S/s Bore – 30 min with public transport/60 min by walking
– Original Sokos Hotel Kupittaa – 2 min by walking
– Original Sokos Hotel Wiklund – 17 min with public transport, 27 min by walking
– Hotel Scandic Julia – 11 min with public transport/25 min by walking
More information on the accommodation can be found here.
Delegates will stay in shared double/twin rooms with free WI-FI and breakfast included.
It is possible to stay in a single room, but you have to pay the difference to a twin room yourself.
Participants arriving by car can park with their own expense. In Turku City centre, there are different parking zones with different rates. More about parking in Turku can be found here.
At the hotels, customer parking is available. The parking at the hotels are limited and the cost varies between the hotels.
For detailed information, please visit Travel Information.
Science on Stage Europe is a network for STEM teachers focusing on the exchange of best practice teaching ideas. The ultimate goal is to improve STEM teaching by supporting educators in their professional development and growth. By spreading innovative teaching concepts among Europe’s science teachers we enable more students to gain the affordable skills they need for a challenging future and encourage them to consider a career in science, ICT or engineering.
Launched in 2000, Science on Stage reaches more than 100,000 teachers and teacher trainers in 30+ European countries, but also Canada and Kazakhstan.
More information on Science on Stage can be found here.