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2017 NOHA Winter School on the "Humanitarian Development Nexus"/Pavia

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 The University of Pavia is organizing the second edition of the NOHA Winter School on the "Humanitarian Development Nexus". This initiative is participated by the Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA), CISP and is supported by the European Commission – Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO).


The 2017 NOHA Winter School will take place at the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Pavia, from 27th November to 1st December.


Students of the track in "International Economic Integration and Development" of the Master in Economics, Finance and International Integration (MEFI programme) are exempted from the registration fee. They will be awarded 3 supernumerary ECTs for attending the Winter School, corresponding to the activity "Humanitarian and Development Cooperation Practices".


Interested students must apply online at:
https://www.nohanet.org/news-events/noha-winter-school-in-the-humanitarian-development-nexus-pavia, clicking on Registration form in the How to apply section. Once selected the "NOHA Winter School in the Humanitarian-Development Nexus/Pavia", click on Apply, fill the registration form and upload you Curriculum Vitae. Please, when filling the form, indicate "Track in International Economic Integration and Development (MEFI programme)" in the Motivation Statement field (Please, indicate how this course is relevant to your work and why you are interested in applying).


Final deadline for registration is 31st October 2017. The ECTs will be automatically awarded to the students after attending the Winter School. Thus, there is no need to insert the activity in the personal study plan.


Further info:
Ms. Marina Fiorella, NOHA Coordinator UNIPV: marina.fiorella@unipv.it

 

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