The Civic Centre Convent de Sant Agustí and the Francesca Bonnemaison Library host a new edition of Zero3, Altaveu d’Accions Culturals, a cycle with various artistic and cultural proposals.
La Reial Ens Mou! will offer musical performances, children's activities and sports days from July to October with the Plaza Real as a backdrop.
The Barcelona Science Park (PCB), from UB, and the Barcelona City Council have launched BCN Health Booster, an acceleration programme to boost start-ups with an innovative healthcare business project, with support from Barcelona Activa and business support from Biocat.
Until September 17, the venue opens its doors for free on Tuesday and Friday afternoons during ‘The magic hour’, between 6 pm and 9 pm, when the sun begins to set and produces a special light.
The Beach Centre, an environmental education facility of the Barcelona City Council, offers a program of free activities divided into four age groups.
Study in Catalonia, the international brand of the Catalan university system, has launched its new image at NAFSA 2021, the largest higher education fair in the world.
Baixa a la Rambla (Go to La Rambla) is an initiative organized by the Barcelona City Council and the Amics de La Rambla Association, so that the citizens of Barcelona can reconnect with this emblematic street and rediscover it.
AQU Catalunya, together with the ”la Caixa” Foundation, has opened the Catalan Talent Observatory portal, which analyses jobs offered online in Catalonia, to the public.
The Uneix university information system, of the Government of Catalonia, estimates that this year could be closed with a total of 269,500 Bachelor’s degree and master's degree students enrolled.
The Industrial Doctorates Plan aims to contribute to the competitiveness and internationalization of the Catalan industrial network, attract talent and train PhDs for companies within R&D&i projects in collaboration with Catalan universities.