The course of EU project management is open to young graduates who want to acquire knowledge and skills needed to present themselves in the labor market of European projects. Regional officials and professionals in the field will give a general overview on Community programs, both structural funds and programs that are directly managed by EU Commission. The duration is 80 hours.

The course will be implemented in two editions: the edition of Trieste will take place from February 17 to April 27, the edition of Udine will take place from March 31 to June 22, 2016. Each edition of the course is open to a maximum of 25 students.

The requirements for participating in the course are the following:

- possession of a degree in legal or economic or social or humanistic;

- under the thirtieth year when applying for the course;

- residence on the territory of Friuli Venezia Giulia at the time of the request for participation in the course;

- to be unemployed.

Applications for enrollment must be sended by January 15, 2016 (for the edition of Trieste) and by 19 February 2016 (for the edition of Udine) at e-mail, using the attached application form.

Participation is free of charge. FVG Region will issue a certificate of participation to students who have attended at least 70 % of the hours required.


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