the credential in creativity

Do you want to Master Change Skills and work closely with change agents and creativity experts from all over Europe? Then you have come to the right place! A unique collaboration has brought Buffalo State’s internationally known graduate program in creativity to Europe. A combination of seated courses based in The Netherlands and online courses makes this cutting edge program available to those in Europe. You will start with the graduate certificate program, providing you with the knowledge and skills to put you in a better position to operate as a change leader. After completing the State University of New York graduate certificate program, you can choose to continue with the Master of Science degree in creativity. Consult this site for the programs of the different courses and for other relevant information. Looking forward to Master Change Skills with you!


24 October

Should you conform or learn new things?


Some time ago, ICSC’s student Anneke Veenendaal- de Kort, had a chat with professor Gerard Puccio, chair of the International Center for Studies in Creativity at Buffalo State. Dr. Puccio talks about how creative leadership helps you to be more successful in the complexity of our rapidly changing world. You have to decide for yourself: […]

20 October

What kind of thinker are you and your fellow workers?


Join the next FourSight certification in Antwerp, Belgium, and learn to support the people side of innovation. The training will be conducted by dr. Gerard Puccio, chair of the International Center for Studies in Creativity and FourSight author and founder. FourSight® Certification is the best way to maximize the impact of using FourSight in an organizational setting. You […]

25 March

Would you enjoy strengthening our team during the Summer School 2016?


For the Summer School of ICSC’s distance Master’s program in Europe we are looking for a creativity passionate who is willing to support our team in the preparation of and during the upcoming Summer School. The Summer School starts on Sunday June 26 with an introduction for students and lecturers and ends on Friday, July […]

teaching creativity creatively



Like in any Master degree, you will be offered a treasure of knowledge. Just imagine the world of opportunities….

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The road to success runs through trial and learn. The way is as important as the result. Create your own journey!

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Mastering your creativity and change skills is an ongoing process. Having master buddies is a treasure for life! Join in!

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  • Laura

    I loved the balance between theory and practice, you need both when you go out there in the business world. Practice grounded in theory allows you to be confident in front of a group, and a client, and to anchor the activities and techniques you use into solid knowledge.

    My life has flourished in all respects: when you learn to turn challenges into opportunities, you start looking at the world and at other people in a new way, increasing your success and personal fulfillment in life.

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    - Laura
  • Erik

    I was attracted to this Master Program because of the solid academic roots of the Creative Problem Solving approach and because of all the good program references I heard.

    The activity-based approach between students and with professors stimulated me to expand my professional focus on creativity in a very enriching way. The program made me grow as a solid master in creativity and change.

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    - Erik
  • Luciano

    The content of the Master’s program was concrete and useful and I appreciated it even more over the years. Thanks to this program I have developed a creative mindset which allows me to think up ever new visions when required.

    Today this  is my daily job: I am passionate about supporting people and organizations that want to develop creativity to evolve.

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    - Luciano
  • Florian

    The program provided me with very important life skills of creativity that can be applied in any situation where new thinking and new perspectives are relevant, and that is almost anywhere.

    The program also taught me that “failure” is also part of the creative process as it helps you to figure out what works and what does not.

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    - Florian