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Raisin EU Funding and EU Project Management

University:
Gdańsk School of Banking
Type:
Post-Graduate
Language:
polish

The course has the aim to provide students with a broad range of knowledge about European Union funds in the 2014-2020 period and the skills necessary to apply for these funds. Students also acquire the competence enabling them to manage projects co-funded by the EU, including project planning, and accounting and project team management of EU-funded projects. The aim of the course is to provide students with a broad knowledge of European Union funds in the 2014-2020 period, with the skills necessary to apply for these funds and the competence enabling them to manage projects co-funded by the EU, including project planning, project team management and accounting of EU-funded projects. The curriculum enables students to acquire competence in applying for EU funding and to carry out projects co-funded from such sources. The classes take place in the form of workshops and run by practitioners, which enhances the effectiveness of the knowledge and skills acquired during the course. This course is for public administration, education, NGO and business employees and individuals who want to acquire knowledge about raising EU funding and about managing projects co-funded by the EU.

Address

Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa w Gdańsku
Biuro Rekrutacji Studiów Podyplomowych
pokój 9
ul. Dmowskiego 16 A, 80-264 Gdańsk
tel. (58) 321 72 11

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