SPARK is coming up
PreMOME developed an entirely new course unique in Hungary, designed to improve self-awareness and nurture talent, as well as provide a critical and solution-oriented approach through exercises.
It gives an introduction to the creative career, help understand the design and creative process and explore your potential. During classes, you can master the complex skills used in the industry and essential to succeed in the future through individual and team exercises.
We are inviting 10th, 11th and 12th graders who are motivated, and open to learning new creative methods, cooperation and self-development. You don’t need to have any prior qualification or practice, or any definitive idea about what you want to study later.
Sign up as soon as possible, but no later than 18 November! For details, click on the https://premome.mome.hu/spark link.
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