Competitive Project Management

About the course

Short-term Professional Extension Program Abroad

Program Theme

Presenting Project Management new tools and methods to give a competitive edge for project-based companies.

Target

Undergraduate students and young professionals from different backgrounds interested in Project Management.

Objectives

To enable participants to cope with the challenges of Project Management under an international perspective. To discuss contemporary topics of Project Management in a Global, Digital world.

Competitive Project Management

Benefits for scholarship holders participating in this program:

  • Free Business English module
  • Assistance and documents to obtain the American Visa

  • Full support for academic and logistic preparation for the program

Why should I attend this course?

  • Lectures given by university PhDs or specialists with vast executive experience;
  • Meetings with local executives included in the activity grid;
  • Technical visit to the United Nations headquarters in New York;
  • Opportunity for international networking with project management professionals.

Check the opinion of our former students

Testimonials from IBS Americas students who attended State University of New York

July - 2019

Gabriel Lopes Silva

Competitive Project Management

July - 2016

Marcelo Toledo

Competitive Project Management

July - 2016

Andrea Valente

Competitive Financial Management

July - 2015

Priscila Machado

Competitive Project Management

Content

Project examples; Needs identification, Project Selection, RFP models; A&D High Tech Case; Introduction to SharePlan Central (in lab); Proposed solutions, The project, Planning the project; Proposal example, Scheduling, SharePlan scheduling in lab. Company visits and Business Cases.

Resources, cost planning & performance; SharePlan costs in lab; Managing project risks; PERT; SharePlan Scheduling and Resources (in lab); SharePlan cost & control (in lab); The project manager and the project team.

Reducing Project Duration; SharePlan time changing in lab; International Projects; Outsourcing; Project presentations.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Advanced programs are designed for graduate students with a minimum of 3 years of working experience in their field of interest.

Since the programs are 100% in English, to participate in the business-themed programs, the minimum level of English required is intermediate, and for the Business English courses at SUNY and ULV, the elementary level of English is fine.

Yes, you can request up to 2 changes in the program date without any extra cost. It is important that the request is submitted 60 days prior to the course starts.

PROGRAM COORDINATION IN BRAZIL
Professor Ricardo Britto

PhD in Business Administration from FEA/USP, he is one of the most experienced Brazilian professors in International Business.

  • Location
    New Paltz/Albany - United States
  • Dates
    3 weeks (January or July)
  • Investment
    U$ 8.400 + Enrollment: U$ 90
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  • Program Profile
    Classes and company visits in a full-time basis
  • Workload
    80h classroom/activities/company visits
  • Additional Activity
    Business English module included in the program with 27 hours of classes
  • Students per Classroom
    From 15 to 30
    students
  • Certification
    Certificate in Executive Management and Business English
  • Language
    English
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