A new academic path for EU Project managers

narrowing the gaps to enable better project design and management in Europe

Erasmus+ Project 2021-1-IT02-KA220-HED-000035769

PROJECT
OBJECTIVES

The project aims to achieve the following specific objectives:
  • Increasing student’s job opportunities in a dynamic and attractive sector through the improvement of their skills and abilities in managing EU funded projects.
  • Enriching the higher education sector with a new, common, and innovative academic path to improve its alignment to the increasing market demand of qualified EU project managers.

PARTNERSHIP

The project gathers universities from 7 different EU countries active in research and teaching on EU funds management to define an innovative and common academic path for the profile of the EU Project Manager based on the PM2 (pmsquared) project management methodology developed by the European Commission. To reinforce the synergies with the different professional actors in the EU funds management a number of associated partners will be involved in the project.

University of
Rome Tor Vergata

Via Columbia, 2 - 00133 Rome (Italy)

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Polytechnic University
of Madrid

Avda Puerta Hierro, 2-4. Ud. Proyectos. 28040, Madrid, SPAIN

Alma Mater
University

Europaea ECM, Slovenska ulica 17 2000 Maribor Slovenia

University of
Tartu

Ülikooli 18, 50090 Tartu, ESTONIA

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FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences

Alte Poststrasse 149 - 8020 Graz, Austria

Nova University
of Lisbon

Campus de Campolide 1099-085 Lisboa

University of
Pardubice

Studentská 95, 532 10 Pardubice 2

PARTNERS

ASSOCIATED PARTNERS

PROJECT ACTIVITIES

Project Results (PR)

A tailored Guide on EU funds management based on PM2 methodology (PR.1)
A new curriculum for university students based on the tailored PM2 methodology (PR.2)
A web-based tool kit of available resources to support the design and management of EU projects (PR.3)

Learning and Teaching Activities (L)

A Joint staff training meeting in Spain (L.1)
Students group learning activity in Italy (L.2)

Multiplier events

Webinar on the new academic path for EU Project Managers
Final transnational conference on the dissemination and scalability of the project

RESOURCES

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LAST NEWS

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CONTACTS

CEIS – Center for Economic and International Studies
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Via Columbia, 2- 00133 Rome (Italy)
segr.ceis@economia.uniroma2.it
+39 06 7259 5601
C.F. 80213750583 | P.IVA 02133971008