The value of HE to individuals, communities and societies in the UK and internationally is increasing as our universities continually strive to prepare our students to face the opportunities and challenges of the future. A key challenge is designing, developing and subsequently embedding high quality programmes to support innovative curricular to embody these demands, particularly in STEM. This presentation reports on work which draws on the HEA’s Flexible Curriculum Framework to develop a Living Curriculum for STEAM (A=Arts). A Living Curriculum repositions “learning as a continuous conversation within a dynamic curriculum that is integrated with, and takes advice from, the world our students live in” (Marshall & Scott, 2012). We share insights from its application with Engineering students learning Cultural Heritage and Computing Science in Egypt. We offer takeaway ideas from our Hilali Toolkit to support delegates in the development of their own and their students’ living curricula.