03 – 06 December 2012
30 Hours of in-class lectures
5 hours of individual work on My Europa Platform
Project Managers, EU Affairs Advisors, Regional
representatives, EC policy officers...
(see the list of our speakers)
This course has been designed to provide to the students a real networking experience which will give them the opportunity to meet new internationalpartners and European Affair Advisors that can help to develop their European projects. The course is also addressed to explain how European projects,as a lobby tool, can influence the EU policy-making process.
European affair advisors and project managers, through the analyse of best practices in theutilisation of European funds, will give the students technical and practical advices of how to draft a successful project proposals and how to developtheir current and future projects in the field of environment, research & innovation, information and communication technologies, competitiveness
of enterprises, public administration, education, youth, culture, citizenship, media, tourism, rural development, regional growth and neighbouringpartnerships.
The course also includes a specific focus on the case histories in utilisation of European funds at regional level. The results and the impactof the most relevant European projects implemented at regional level will be presented and discussed by the representatives from different regions ofthe EU Member states, acceding country (Croatia will be the next EU Member state by 1st July 2013), candidate and potential candidate countries.
Theparticipants will also have the opportunity to meet Policy officers of the European Commission and other EU Institutions based in Brussels.
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