How can a project manager, together with his/her project team, prepare successful project proposals and achieve the project outputs and outcomes facing also any eventual obstacles?
The ISPM aims at giving an in-depth overview of the project management, what it does mean and what are the key steps and procedures of a good project management process.
The ISPM participants will learn the main project management methodologies and key elements, through theory lessons and practical working sessions and project simulations. In this dynamic course program, students will experience the different factors that determine the success of a project.
The topics treated during the ISPM will follow all the steps related to the activity of project managers, from the planning, to the management and closure of a project:
development of proposals from project ideas
networking creation and partnership management
scope and time management
evaluation and implementation strategies
management and controlling
closing and reporting processes
Agile and Scrum approaches
soft skills for project managers
design in the health research field
Organizers & Partners
who is our typical student
The International Summer School on Project Management will be open to 15 young professionals/postgraduates in all fields.
Following criteria will be considered optional but well accepted to access the school:
Master’s degree in the area of life sciences, social sciences, economics, finance and engineering
Professional experience in the ISPM arguments
Course Objectives & Outcomes
Learn the best methodologies to create and manage projects.
Acquire the skills and competencies of a good project manager: leadership, team working, and problem solving.
Explore all the different phases of the project life cycle, from the proposal preparation to the final reports.
Recognize a good project: how to evaluate excellence, innovation and feasibility.
Focus on health research: rationale, study design, methodologies and outcomes.
Deepen teamwork dynamics, especially those related to the coordination of a work team in a multinational context.
The 1st edition of the International Summer School on Project Management will be free for 15 young professionals or postgraduates selected in all fields.
The School will cover all costs for travel, lodging, meals and other activites for the selected students
Possibility to establish collaboration/working relationships with the best students of ISPM
International Summer School for Project Management