ETH Zürich, Centre for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) This course introduces results-oriented project planning and monitoring in the field of development cooperation. Participants work through the different steps of project planning, using the logical framework approach, and learn how to design and implement monitoring. Practical examples and experience illustrate the steps of the project management cycle ranging from inception to project steering and reporting. Exercises and examples from the field encourage student participation and peer learning.
Duration: 23.09. – 27.09.2019 Registration for courses in the fall semester 2019 start on the 27th of May 2019. The course can either be taken individually, or as a part of the CAS in Development Cooperation.
The study program is modular. At least 6 courses must be completed to reach the mini-mum total of 10 ECTS points. Aside from the two compulsory courses, participants can assemble their program from over 20 different method- and policy-oriented courses to become more accomplished in their daily work and advance their careers.
We welcome professionals from bilateral and international organizations, from NGOs and foundations, and from the private sector to join this part-time program of 6-8 weeks.
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) For students wishing to pursue postgraduate studies in international development, but not seeking to complete a full Masters programme, we have two other qualifications available: Postgraduate Certificate requires a total of 60 Credits* Postgraduate Diploma requires a total of 120 Credits*
*Subject to programme regulations Students studying for these complete modules from those outlined above, and will study alongside students undertaking the full degree programme.
The MA International Development provides high quality, in-depth teaching dedicated to preparing students for careers in development research and practice in the public and private sectors as well as for further academic study. Central to this agenda is a commitment to ensuring our students engage with development theory alongside development practice. Our emphasis on applied knowledge and skills is developed through professional skills, field-class and placement work which ensures our students develop the practical and theoretical skills needed to work within development organisations across the world. Our programme is suited to any level of graduate experience, from a new graduate to a development professional; we explore the changing theory, policy and practice of international development and equip our students with the expertise to pursue academic, policy and development practitioner careers.
ETH Zürich, Centre for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) For program leaders and task managers we offer specialized 3 or 5 days courses on a wide range of policies and methods to foster development and poverty reduction. Participants can choose from more than 20 different courses to advance their expertise. These courses can either be taken individually or as part of a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Development and Cooperation.
We welcome professionals from bilateral and international organizations, from NGOs and foundations, and from the private sector. The NADEL courses are taught in either English or German.
Certificate of Advanced Studies; ETH Zürich, Centre for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) Das Studienprogramm ist modular aufgebaut. Um die Mindestanzahl von 25 Kurstagen oder 10 ECTS Punkten zu erreichen, müssen mindestens sechs Module mit einer Dauer von jeweils 3-5 Tagen belegt werden. Mit Ausnahme von zwei Pflichtmodulen kann das Studienprogramm nach individuellen Interessen und Bedürfnissen aus dem aktuellen Angebot des NADEL zusammengestellt werden. Dabei ist eine ausgewogene Mischung aus methoden- und politikorientierten Modulen zu beachten.