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European Summer Academy at Lake Balaton – Hungary

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European Summer Academy at Lake Balaton – Hungary

E-Learning: 9 July – 5 August 2007 (4 weeks)
Workshop: 6-10 August 2007 (5 days)
Place: Balatonkenese, Hotel Marina Port**** (Hungary)
Standard fee: 1959 EUR+VAT (with accommodation)
Early bird fee: 1259 EUR+VAT (with accommodation) – if you apply until June 01, 2007
Boat trip + dinner with wine tasting: 49 EUR+VAT
More information: http://www.eutrainingsite.com/

The main objective of Europa Media Public Service Corporation is to structure and to disseminate all available but still dispersed information about the European Union. We believe that this knowledge – especially the preparation of projects – cannot be the privilege of those who can afford to pay for these services.

The European Summer Academy organised only once a year is the cost-sensitive version of the well-established European Funding Academy. The Summer Academy is the ultimate solution for the staff of universities, companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations to learn how to develop proposals and manage EU funded projects. Many organizations, especially from New Member States can benefit from this practical knowledge.

During the 4-week eLearning course participants review all available EU Funds focused on FP7 in well structured theoretical and practical modules. By the time the workshop starts participants already know each-other.

The unique feature of the 5-day workshop is that participants will have the opportunity to experience the entire life-cycle of an FP7 project through role-playing and listening to real-life examples under the guidance of experienced project managers. The course is highly interactive and each day focuses on a different aspect of project development and management. (See below)

Proposal Development (3 days)
Classification of present and future funding opportunities open for companies and other organisations from Europe
Information sources
Institutional supports, Community Programmes and tenders
Introduction of successful project proposals financed by the programmes mentioned above
How to submit a successful project proposal?
Financial and administrative conditions of project proposals
What happens after the submission – Evaluation of proposals – introduction held by an evaluator from Brussels
The participants will develop a real proposal in groups evaluated by Geonardo experts.

Project Management (2 days)
Contract negotiations
Understanding the EC contract
Consortium agreement
Getting started
Keeping your records
Coordinating a project
Managing your participation
Reporting
Project closure and monitoring

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