Tailored Opportunities: University Leadership and Management Training Programme

What?

The UNILEAD programme (University Leadership and Management Training Programme) is a Blended-Learning programme for young University Leaders within the field of Higher Education Management. The programme focuses on Project Management, Financing and Investment, and Management of Human Resource as well as the development and implementation of individual and innovative projects.

Who?

The programme is directed at young University Leaders in South East Asia, South and East Africa, Central America (incl. Mexico, Colombia) and the Middle East.

Where?

The programme takes place at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany.

When?

The UNILEAD programme is an annual programme, starting in February each year. (Application in October). Deadline: 16 October 2017

Why?

The key objective of UNILEAD is to bring together a group of approx. 25 professionals working in middle to senior level management at (Higher) Education Institutions. The idea is to enable the participants to tackle inherent problems of their positions.

For more information: https://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/unilead/

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