The college organizes academic conferences, workshops and seminars for students, staff, lecturers and the public. Activities are coordinated with the three schools of Business, Art & Design and Media & IT, with the aim of encouraging cooperation across various academic fields and disciplines.
Living Futures is a long-term initiative which aims to stimulate awareness of the most important challenges affecting humanity, and our personal roles in shaping the societies of the future. Annual themes, like 2018's #notimetowaste, bring to light the challenges we face as a community.
The main objective of this event was to make connections between different areas of business, and to brainstorm ideas for further development across industries, from both a practical and academic perspective. Examples were the classic dichotomy between shareholders’ and stakeholders’ views of a corporation as well as the idea of sustainability.
The international typographic and lettering conference Differing Accents (2012) brought together practitioners, academic and students to examine the history and trends of letterforms in Central and Western Europe.
This international conference on Cryptography and Intelligence explored the historical and contemporary context of cryptology and intelligence from the Second World War to the present day. It brought together leading people in diverse fields from all over Europe, opening to the public domain the hidden world of cryptography and intelligence.
Underground City XXI is a Europe-wide project aimed at transforming the heritage of a former Croatian coal mine into an avant-garde cultural and art project with a strong economic and social impact