Scientix NCPs



Scientix is looking for organisations to act as National Contact Points (NCPs) to support Scientix between September 2020 and December 2022.

Selected organisations will provide a link between activities at a European and a national level, by engaging with national communities of STEM professionals, informing about Scientix activities and organising national workshops, webinars and other relevant activities. NCPs will also monitor and analyse national initiatives regarding science education policy and practice, to be published on the Scientix website, providing an overview of the national initiatives in science education taking place across Europe.


Ideal organisations will have extensive experience and expertise in developing and running professional development programmes focused on STEM learning and teaching. Candidates should also have the capacity to facilitate and encourage teacher engagement and practitioner groups at the national level.


12,000 EUR is reserved per NCP. Up to four organisations coordinating STE(A)M European partnerships at the national level will be awarded with additional 5,000 EUR. For more information, please read the call for NCPs document carefully.


31st August 2020 at 12:00 PM (Brussels time – CEST).


Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, Poland, Serbia, Romania, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Latvia, Netherlands, Germany, Slovenia, Kosovo, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Albania, Moldova, Ukraine, Faroe Islands, Tunisia, Armenia, Ireland, Cyprus, Croatia, Lithuania, Greece, Israel.


For more information, check the call under this link.


Scientix, the community for science education in Europe, promotes and supports European collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals. Since 2010, Scientix has been helping European STEM educators inspire young people to take a keener interest in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics classes. Scientix is funded by the European Union’s Research and Innovation Directorate under the H2020 programme.

In its first stage, Scientix built an online portal to collect and present European STEM education projects which now contains more than 650 projects and 3050 resources. This was followed by the creation of a network of National Contact Points (NCPs) which support the development of innovative approaches in science education at a national level.

Community involvement is important within Scientix, and it aims to provide a common space for all actors in STEM education and create a connection between STEM educators, researchers and policymakers. In Scientix, the community of educators is currently represented by 377 teachers from 43 countries who have volunteered to act as Scientix Ambassadors. They actively support the dissemination of Scientix and contribute to the exchange of practices and knowledge among all STEM education stakeholders in Europe.