Study programme and level
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Study program and cycle
Undergraduate, Public Administration, Administrative Law
Language of instruction
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Enrolment in current year of study
– Slovenia’s experience with the financial perspective 2007-2013 and EU instruments; ·
– Specifics and novelties of the financial perspective 2014-2020; ·
– Project management of EU projects:
- basic concepts of project management,
- project management for the needs of EU project applications,
- project management for the needs of management and monitoring of EU projects;
– Implementation and financial monitoring of EU projects:
- planning of financial flows in the project implementation,
- preparation of financial reports and audit certificates;
– Preparation of tenders.
Objectives and competencies:
Students develop the following competencies ·
- ability to analyse, synthesize and predict solutions and consequences of the phenomena in the operationof EU instruments,
- ability to use knowledge from the fields of EU operation and EU instruments (EU financial resources),
- autonomy in professional work and in making business decisions,
- ability to solve concrete professional problems using scientific methods and procedures,
- coherent mastering of basic knowledge, acquired mainly in previous compulsory courses, and integration of knowledge from various fields and its application in the business environment;
- understanding and application of critical analysis and development of theories and their use in solving concrete professional problems.
Intended learning outcomes:
Students get acquainted and comprehend: ·
– experience (good and bad) with the EU financial perspective 2007-2013, the first multiannual financial framework of the EU in which Slovenia participated as a full member.
– New elements and changes set out in the new Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020. ·
– The manner of management and how it is administered, financial and substantive monitoring of European projects; ·
– Project management of European projects:
- preparation of a concept note,
- partner search,
- preparation of project application,
- project implementation and coordination,
- evaluation and completion of the European project.
Forms of work:
- Frontal teaching method
- Work in small groups or in pairs
- Individual work
- Working with a text
- Case study
- Role play
Multiple written knowledge assessments (short papers) – 30%
Final written exam: 70% of the final grade
- Stare, Aljaž. 2011. Project management – theory and practice
- Journal of European Perspectives. Jazbec, Milan and Justinek Gorazd. Centre for European Perspectives.
- Ješovnik, Peter, editor (s). 2005. Business Guide to European Funds: How to Prepare Good Projects? Ljubljana: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia.
- Stern, Beno. 2005. Obtaining grants from EU structural funds. Maribor: Forum Media.