Project cycle management for international development cooperation - Modulo applied
- A.A. 2018/2019
- CFU 4
- Ore 20
- Classe di laurea LM-52
Basic requirements to access the lessons are:
- B2 level in English (comprehension, spoken language, written language);
- Knowledge of the European institutional, social and economic context;
- Knowledge of the role of EU development policies;
- Knowledge of the role of EU cooperation policies;
- Competencies in team working and public speaking.
The participation will be easier for the students having experienced multilingual and multicultural
contexts thanks to university exchange programmes or other personal opportunities. The
exercises will demonstrate the necessity to cooperate, in order to achieve a common result, with
people who are different in terms of language and culture.
The objective of the course is to provide the students with the Project Cycle
Management Tools, on the basis of the European commission's
related to the International Development Cooperation.
The course is focused on the formulation, management and communication
tools belonging to Project Cycle Management. The managerial competencies,
which are necessary to coordinate European projects, are also highlighted.
The following tools are presented: SWOT analysis, stakeholder analysis,
problem analysis, objective tree, logical framework, Gantt chart.
The programme of the lessons follows:
- Presentation of the "Project Management" course: summary of the issues,
- Project approach, Project Cycle Management with emphasis on Formulation and Implementation
- The Logical Framework approach: Logframe matrix.
- Planning and scheduling project's activities
- Focus on communication: tools and solutions for project dissemination and capitalisation.
- 1. (A) European Commission Project Cycle Management Guidelines European Commission, Bruxelles, 2004 » Pagine/Capitoli: 57-94
- 2. (C) European Commission Visibility Manual European Commission, Bruxelles, 2009
Programma da 4 CFU per frequentanti e non frequentanti
- Case histories
- Working groups doing exercises and presenting their results to the class