Funded in part by the European Union, the program combines traditional lessons with on-site workshops to allow students to fully understand the complex and dynamic cycle of EU projects while getting hands-on experience and meeting important figures in the world of European planning.
During the first half of the course (24 hours), participants will attend group lectures, before being broken up into smaller groups (24 hours). At the end of the course, each group will give a final presentation (3 additional hours to organize within the group).
The course runs a total of 48 hours, with 3 hours of presentation. In order to receive credit, students must be present for a minimum of 70% of the total hours (34 hours) and pass a final project work assignment and participate actively in the presentation.
The course is only offered in Italian and is limited to 40 participants.
The course calendar will be available in January.