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The attractiveness of science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects: results from five countries

Auteur(s) :  Anastasiya Boiko ; Adina Nistor ; Irina Kudenko et al.

Editeur(s) :  European Schoolnet (EUN)

Date :  10/2019


STEM Alliance and Amgen joined forces to explore ways of making Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics studies and careers more appealing to the young people of Europe, explore factors influencing secondary school students' perceptions, motivation and aspirations towards STEM and define effective strategies to promote STEM studies and careers among young people.

Published against the backdrop of growing concerns in the European Union about future shortages of STEM skills and competencies, this report brings forward the students' voices in an attempt to understand why and how young people in Europe decide which study and career paths to pursue.

The report's findings are based on a total of 2,789 responses from students aged between 12 and 15 from 43 schools in Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (England).

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mot(s) clé(s) :  comparaison internationale, sciences