Science on Stage Europe brings together science teachers from across Europe to exchange best practice teaching ideas and concepts with passionate colleagues from 30 countries. Science on Stage Europe believes that the best way to improve science teaching and to encourage more schoolchildren to consider a career in science or engineering is to motivate and inform their teachers. The non-profit organisation was founded in 2000 and reaches 100,000 teachers Europe-wide.

Science on Stage festival

Every two years Science on Stage Europe organises Europe’s biggest science teaching festival. Teachers from all over Europe exchange their ideas, projects and methods at stands, in workshops and on stage.

The festival, hosted every two years in a differ­ent country, is the culmination of national events in the participating countries. Following the festivals the ideas are cascaded through­out participating countries and participants have the opportunity to work together and develop their teaching skills.

Science on Stage Hungary and Science on Stage Europe are looking forward to seeing you at the next festival in Debrecen!


To improve the quality of teaching by

  • enabling science teachers to exchange teaching concepts and experience
  • inspiring and enthusing science teachers
  • informing teachers about wider scientific research

The ultimate goal of Science on Stage is to improve science teaching thereby promoting a more scientifically literate population, and encouraging more schoolchildren to consider a career in science or engineering.

Science on Stage Europe
University of Debrecen
MTA Atomki Institute
Science on Stage Hungary