Master in Technologies for the Development of European Projects

Deadline: 25 September 2011
Open to: Bachelor’s degree holders
Scholarship: scholarships (without provided accommodation) are available

European Projects Academy announced the “Master in Technologies for the Development of European Projects”which will be held in Gorizia (Italy), Dublin (Ireland) Rovinj (Croatia) and Brussels (Belgium). European funds are available for almost every field of interest, from innovation and sustainable development, agriculture and environment, human rights and democratic reforms, education and new employment to regional growth and neighbouring partnership. It represents a relevant alternative way to traditional methods of financing for individuals and all type of organisations including Small Medium Enterprises, Non Governmental Organisations, Universities and Public Bodies.

The Master in Technologies for the Development of European Projects provides you with thorough knowledge about the tools needed to become a professional European funds project manager. A detailed insight into practical approaches will make you familiar with the whole funding opportunities provided by the European Commission for the 2007 – 2013 budgetary period. Enrolling in the Master course, next to allowing you to gain the necessary knowledge in order to design and implement a project, gives you access to a wide dedicated network My Europa which will support you during your professional career.


In order to apply to the “Master in Technologies for European Projects Development”, you need to have obtained at least a bachelor degree or an equivalent University diploma preferably in engineering, economics, law, architecture, mathematics, political science, or any other graduate degree.

Candidates that fulfill the following requirements will be considered:

  • High Motivation
  • Bachelor degree, preferably with a strong academic record
  • Working Knowledge of both written and spoken english


The scholarships are available only for the whole Master course which does not include accommodation.


Required documents

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Photocopy of your passport or ID
  • Letter of recommendation (not compulsory)
  • Cover letter
  • Essay (in English) written by the candidate outlining their European project’s idea (max. 1000 words)

Send the application form and the required documents before 25 September 2011 to Mr. Alessandro Viola by e-mail [email protected] or by fax to 00353 1 5261085. Admission criteria will be taken on the basis of the quality of the application. The number of students is restricted to 25 in order to encourage an interactive working atmosphere. In the meantime, if you have any queries regarding the application, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions office by telephoning 00353 1 254 2906, or sending a fax to 00353 1 5261085 or e-mail to [email protected].  

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