in cooperation with the University of North Carolina Wilmington – UNCW / USA

This course introduces the fundamentals of project management, beginning with project definition and culminating in the post‐project review. Students will learn techniques, terms and guidelines that are used to manage cost, schedules, risk, group dynamics and technical aspects throughout the life cycle of a project. The need for project leadership as well as technical management of successful projects will be emphasized; along with software applications for project management.

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Lectures, excursion and assessments
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Group work, individual preparation and reading
Modul 1

Project Management

Modul 2

Cross-cultural Competences and Communication

Modul 3

Plant tour

Objectives

  1. Students will be able to describe a project life cycle, and can skillfully map each stage in the cycle.
  2. Students will identify the resources needed for each stage, including involved stakeholders, tools and supplementary materials.
  3. Students will describe the time needed to successfully complete a project, considering factors such as task dependencies and task lengths.
  4. Students will be able to provide internal stakeholders with information regarding project costs by considering factors such as estimated cost, variances and profits.
  5. Students will be able to develop a project scope while considering factors such as customer requirements and internal/external goals.
  6. Students will learn team‐building skills required to support successful performance.
  7. Students will acquire critical‐thinking and analytical decision‐making capabilities to investigate complex business problems to propose project‐based solutions.

15th April

Deadline of Registration

7th July

Day of Arrival

1st August

Day of Departure

The certificate or transcript of records

At the end of the course a certificate of attendance and transcript of records will be issued to each participant. Successful participants can earn 4 credit hours – US / 8 credit points-ECTS.

* Please note: These credits can be transferred to your home university/institution. It is recommended to verify with your home university/institution that the grades you earn in Bremen can be applied to your curriculum or course of study.

Prerequisites

The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students and young professionals. Minimum age 18 years. C1-C2/ Proficient user (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages / CEFR)

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The course fee includes...
  • Information packet with city guide
  • Seminars and lectures
  • Teaching material
  • Program related excursion
  • Ticket for public transport in Bremen (bus+tram)
The course fee does not include...
  • Travel expenses
  • Accommodation in Bremen
  • Insurance: Health, accident and liability insurance
  • Board and personal spendings
  • Participation in optional activities
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The program may be subject to change.

Course starts on 7 July 2019
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