As an Open Educational Resource Project, SEA:ME is open to contributors and contributions of many kinds:
– Studying the full SEA:ME Curriculum (July 2023)
Students from anywhere in the world can now apply for a spot in our first SEAM:E Study Cohort. In July 2023, our first group of students will start their education at our new SEA:ME Lab in Wolfsburg. Students are expected to have prior experience in coding. We aim for a study cycle of 12 months, in which students can prioritize different modules of our curriculum according to their interests, priorities and needs. In July of each following year, new students will start.
– Studying the “42 Mobility” Specialisation (July 2023)
Students from the 42 Network – to which SEA:ME founder 42 Wolfsburg belongs – can join the new specialisation in mobility that is pioneered in Wolfsburg. Starting in July 2023, they will study alongside their peers taking the SEA:ME Curriculum – and will have their accomplishments counted inside the 42 Network’s peer-based learning ecosystem. Students from 42 Network schools may apply to change their school to 42 Wolfsburg if they have their core studies and internship component completed by the time of study start in Wolfsburg.
– Supporting SEA:ME as Fellow / Partner / Sponsor (anytime)
SEA:ME is built by a community of contributors – as a project that is shaped by those who participate in it. => If you work in the field of mobility in business, academia, public administration or advocacy – or if you represent a company or institution invested in mobility: Get in touch! Our fellows contribute personally, based on their expert knowledge. By sharing their skills and insights, by helping us to develop, test and refine the curriculum, or by mentoring the SEA:ME students. Currently we are especially looking for new fellows to help us and our students learn about societal aspects of mobility – such as inclusion, accessibility, equality, and modal changes between cars, public transport, shared mobility, bikes and walking.