SHORT ADVANCED PROGRAMME
Project GO! Project APPLY! Project MANAGE! English for International Cooperation
21 January 2024
Project GO! Project APPLY! Project MANAGE! English for International Cooperation is a RUN-EU Short Advanced Programme (SAP) jointly coordinated by the Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK), the Polytechnic University of Leiria (IPLeiria), and the Howest University of Applied Sciences (Belgium).
Project management and communication is one of the key skills needed in the future. English is the common language in most international organisations and project management requires specialised language skills. Intercultural communication is also a crucial skill in the European workplace.
This SAP aims to develop students’ intercultural and project management skills by developing their English language skills needed to work on international projects.
They will develop key project communication and intercultural communication skills in meetings and negotiations, argumentation, speaking and presenting, and writing proposals and reports.
Students will also develop their research skills, finding and critically evaluating source material.
From 13 March to 3 May 2024
From 18 to 22 March at the Häme University of Applied Sciences (Hämeenlinna, Finland)
Mode of delivery
Language of instruction
To be defined by each Home Institution.
RUN-EU degree students.
At the end of this Short Advanced Programme, students will be able to:
- develop English language skills for project management.
- write proposals and reports.
- speak in presentations, debates, discussions and negotiations.
- acquire project management skills.
- research and critically evaluate source material.
- communicate and collaborate online in an international context.
- develop intercultural skills.
How to apply
Fill in the application form
Deadline for applications
1 February 2024
Background, motivation, representation of subject areas/ﬁelds, and balanced participation of RUN-EU member universities.
A maximum of 30 students will be selected for this programme. The selection team will also take steps towards ensuring a diverse and representative group of students.