Application Due Date: October, 14 th2019
The UNILEAD program (University Management and Management Training Program) is a Blended-Learning program for young University Leaders within the field of College Management.
UNILEAD is a brief, practice oriented knowing.
program for young University Leaders in the field of College.
Management. In 2008 it was established in cooperation with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)( PASSES AWAY program) and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elisabeth (South Africa)..
UNILEAD concentrates on various subjects within.
Education Management and targets at promoting ingenious tasks in the.
location of organisational advancement and Personnel Management in.
college organization. The individuals obtain strategies and.
techniques, which allow them to successfully and effectively arrange.
institutional management in their house organizations.
It is taught in a blended-learning technique
( 2 online and 2 contact stages in Germany) in a mix of.
theoretical and useful parts (period stage: January– September).
The primary focus of the program is the advancement.
and execution of the private task. UNILEAD for that reason provides.
3 various subjects and numerous inputs all associated to the effective.
execution of tasks in the house organizations. The principal.
module is Task Management.
1) Task Management(PM).
2) Funding and Financial Investment ( F&I) and.
3) Personnel Management(HRM).
Individuals are young university leaders aged in between 30 and 40 years and hold a minimum of a Master’s degree
They have actually been holding a university management position with.
supervisory and workers obligations for a minimum of 2 years in one.
of the following fields:.
o Supervisors of main university departments (Preparation,.
Assessment, Funding, Human Being Resources, Postgraduate Work,.
International Workplaces, Innovation Transfer and so on).
o Job force supervisors for university reform tasks.
o Supervisors of personnel advancement systems or programs.
At universities in
o South East Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam).
o Sub-Saharan Africa (Burundi, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya,.
Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and.
o Latin America (Bolivia, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru).
o Middle East (Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Yemen).
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