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Курсы, организуемые UNEP, UNESCO и BMU в области окружающей среды

In support of the Sustainable Development Goals, Technische Universität Dresden is offering a range of Environmental Management courses in 2019 and 2020:

79th International Short Course on Resource Efficiency: Circular Economy and Waste Management (SC79)

Application period: 18 March - 29 April 2019

Course period: 18 November - 11 December 2019

 

43rd UNEP/UNESCO/BMU International Postgraduate Course on Environmental Management for Developing Countries (EM43)

Application period: 01 April - 15 May 2019

Course period: 09 January - 10 July 2020

For more information on the courses and the application process, please refer to our website www.tu-dresden.de/cipsem  unep@mailbox.tu-dresden.de

 

These courses are designed to prepare the participants for their tasks of environment-related planning, coordination and management within ministries, agencies and local governments as well as NGOs of their home countries. Participants are expected to have several years, of course-relevant professional experience and to be nominated by their institution in a developing country (including emerging economies). Course language is English.

The program is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

 The fellowship includes:

  • A non-reroutable economy air return ticket from a major international airport in the country of residence to Dresden;
  • Free accommodation in a single study bedroom;
  • Health and accident insurance;
    Please note: The health insurance included in the stipend does NOT cover any costs associated with diseases or injuries present prior to departure. Cost related to pregnancies and childbirth are also not covered.
  • Registration and tuition fees for the course;
  • A ticket for free use of public transport in Dresden city;
  • Allowance of approx. EUR 550.-/month plus money to send home books (varying from course to course), sufficient to cover all basic living expenses during the course (depending on the individual life style).