Summer and Winter
Schools are a recent but important addition to the University of Bologna's
educational offer. They are generally organised as intensive courses on
various subjects designed to match specific educational and
professional needs. Summer Schools may last from one to four weeks
and they normally take place in the summer, mostly
outside traditional academic structures.
On UNIBO Catalog you may find our school under
The Center for International Development at
SUNY Albany is our partner and is one of a handful of university-based
centers around the world grappling with practical international development
Over the years CID-SUNY has provided technical assistance overseas on more
than 100 projects in over 40 countries, particularly in the field of
MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF Poverty Reduction POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES
See the brochure!
AND THE PUBLIC-SERVICE DELIVERY APPROACH
See the brochure!
MONITORING AND EVALUATING Poverty Reduction AND
Social INCLUSIONS PROGRAMMES
See the brochure!
SIXTH annual edition
The 2011 Edition is organized and managed by the
Centre for International Development (CID) in Bologna
cooperation with the Center
for International Development
at the Rockefeller College for Public
Affairs and Policy,
SUNY - University at Albany, NY
This will be a 6-day intensive course delivered in
open to applicants of any country and background.
The course will give 4 credits (by the European Credit Transfer
Participants will be formally enrolled at the
University of Bologna
International Summer School Programme.
Enrol in this cutting-edge program
in the exciting setting of Bologna!
monitoring and evaluation in development programs requires a focus on
national development priorities. The definition and measurement of
intended results should respect the principle of national ownership
and should strengthen both institutional and human capacities for
managing development initiatives. The Course aims at covering new
developments in M&E techniques, like the results-based and
utilization-focused approaches, the developmental evaluation approach
and the outcome mapping approach.
Course presents practical steps and examples in applying monitoring
and evaluation methods to strengthen management for development
results. Participants will leave with practical step-by-step
guidance on how to prepare and carry out benchmarking, monitor
outcomes and use information on program and project results to
improve performance. Policy makers, program managers, ministerial
strategy departments, and staff and consultants responsible for M&E
will find this course useful. It presents analytical tools solidly
grounded in economic theory applied to the practical questions of
monitoring and evaluating policy programs in developing countries.
|WHO SHOULD APPLY? |
course is tailored for:
- Government officials and functionaires;
- Professionals from organizations;
- Civil servants and public sector officials
responsible for evaluating and reporting on the quality of social change
and development programs
- Development practitioners
- NGO members and activists
- Graduate students from all fields
HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY:
Candidates should send an application form and
Deadline: 30 April 2011
Applications will be accepted on a rolling
Applicants must have an
and must be proficient in English.
ENROLLMENT FEE: 1550 EURO
The enrolment fee includes tuition,
materials and lunch
during training at lunch break .
Room and boarding and
travel expenses are not included.
Various lodging arrangements can be provided on request.
Subsidies and tuition waivers will possibly be available for a limited number of
applicants from developing countries only!
Please indicate in your application wether you need funding!
For any information, please
CID Summer School: firstname.lastname@example.org
PIER GIORGIO ARDENI (Academic Director): email@example.com