The Master is aimed at creating the expert in International programmes: a professional able to facilitate the organization for which he/she works in the identification, access and use of community funding, with a particular emphasis on programs for non-EU countries, in particular as regards the Research and Development Framework Programs, but who is also able to have the methodological and informative tools to operate on a broader range of programs, including the International Cooperation programs and other international donors. The expert can operate within any structure that aims to access the programs but can also practice in the field of advice on community and international programs (in companies and agencies specialised in the sector or, in perspective, as a freelancer), however always with the aim of facilitating their access to international funding and their effective use.
Particular attention was paid, in the design phase of the master, in maximizing the professionalism of outgoing profiles: in this context, two distinctive characteristics of the course are an intense laboratory activity and a close connection with the world of work.
Duration: 12 Months
As every Professional Master’s programme, the Course lasts 1.500 hours/year; of which:
• 300-400 dealing with lessons and seminars
• 250 individual study
• 350-400 stage/applied research/internship
• 400 thesis and exams
• Residual: Seminars
Academic Credits : 60 academic credits
Stage/Internship and Didactic Programme:
In the start-up phase of the Course, educational offers aimed at the needs of each student and group work will be studied and prepared. Thus, it will be possible to start a tailored programme on an individual level, but more often working groups will be created which will carry out collective activities coordinated by teachers and tutors.
The individual work, the stage, mainly as an internship (applied research or field experience) and the thesis work will also be scheduled in line with the prearranged schedule.
Candidates with an adequate level of English language knowledge, and holders of a first degree in all disciplines may participate in the Master’s programme. In most cases, the Bachelor’s degree is the academic title which allows access to this Master.
Equivalent qualifications are actively endorsed. Lifelong learners with similar professional experiences are also eligible for this course.
A detailed CV/Resume is also required.
These are great career prospects for Masters’ holders for qualified project managers because they involve using organization, task management and time-management abilities to complete daily tasks. Other common project management skills involve leadership, communication, scheduling, and risk management. All of these are key ingredients of this course. Most of these skills taught are transactional, meaning you can use them in a variety of different careers. These careers typically consist of tasks that require you to use these project management skills in the field of IT, Technical, Finance, Construction, Health Care, Transportation, the Environment, Public and Private Administration, central and regional project sites, Events, Training, Operations, Human Resources and Business Analysis and other peripheral disciplines. Major global international organizations and foundations rely on this career bearer for their day-to-day operations (UN, the World Bank, the EU, ASEAN, SADC, the African Union, the EBRD, and the EIB). Major consultancy firms such as Ernst & Young, Price Waterhouse Coopers, KPMG, Deloitte and Touché, and KPMG recruit globally specifically for this field.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2023 / 2024
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes