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Master In European Project Management And Development

Campus Stellae Instituto Europeo
Online 6 - 12 months September 2018 Spain Santiago de Compostela

The Master has a minimum duration of six months and a maximum of one year. There is the option to extend one more year, with cost ... [+]

Master in Management and Development of European Projects

The Master has a minimum duration of six months and a maximum of one year. There is the option to extend one more year, with an additional cost of 200 €. It includes a service of free updates and access to forums and social networks for one year after the end of the enrollment period.

ACADEMIC VALUE

The master has an academic evaluation of 600 hours.

TARGET

Graduates, graduates, students of 4th and 5th year, and professionals without academic title linked to the specialty, leading in the latter case to the title of Expert Postgraduate.

PROGRAM

BLOCK I. THE EUROPEAN UNION.MODULE I. INTRODUCTION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION. MODULE II. INSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM AND DECISION-MAKING OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. MODULE III. MONETARY SYSTEM AND FINANCING OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. MODULE IV. THE POLICIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. MODULE V. DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE DIFFERENT EUROPEAN PROGRAMS. BLOCK II. EUROPEAN PROJECT MANAGEMENT.MODULE VI. INTRODUCTION TO EUROPEAN PROJECTS. MODULE VII. THE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK. MODULE VIII. INITIATION, PLANNING, EXECUTION, CONTROL AND CLOSURE OF THE PROJECT. MODULE IX. ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PROJECTS. MODULE X. THE SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAM. MODULE XI. LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF EUROPEAN PROJECTS. MODULE XII. PROJECT AUDITS. MODULE XIII. EUROPEAN ADVISOR'S MANUAL. ... [-]