International Project Management

Provided by ESCE Paris: International Business School

July 2nd to july 19th

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The course of Project Management aims to help individuals and researchers to deepen their knowledge in one of the most important and modern scientific fields. More specifically, its purpose is to provide the necessary resources to individuals wishing to upgrade their professional prospects, by cultivating skills related to the modern methods of designing, monitoring, selection, evaluation methodology and project budgeting. Topics such as the bureaucratic practices of project management, the management principles and the tools used in projects’ execution, the management of human resources and the formulation of an effective policy control, are included in the course, so that learners are able to use effectively the entire range of tools, techniques and methods that make up the main body of knowledge in project management.

An introduction to project management


Project Scope Management Processes , Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Project Planning and Customer Approvals and Reviews, Scope Change Control.

Time, Cost & Quality


Project Time Management Processes, Activity List, Project Network Diagram Methods, Duration Estimating Methods, Critical Path, Pert, Schedule Development.

Human resources, communications, risk and procurement management

Project Human Resources Management

Project Human resource Management Processes, RAM (Responsibility Assignment Matrix), Motivational Theories, Conflict Management Methods, Roles and Responsibilities, Managing Change Techniques.

Project Communications Management

Project Communications Management Processes, Communications Model, Types of Communication, Project Manager Communications, Effective Team Communications and Exercises.

Project Risk Management

Project Risk Management Processes,Risk Defined, Qualitative and Quantitative evaluation of risk.

Project Prcourement Management

Project Procurement Management Processes, Make / Buy Decisions, Elements of Contracts, Negotiation.

Paris Campus Eiffel - 3 weeks

2nd to 19th July

60 hours of courses, in English with seminars, case studies, company and cultural visits.

The final grades of the certificate obtained by the candidates will reflect a mix of:

  • active participation, oral presentations
  • case studies, workshops
  • exams

Each 3-week program delivers 8 ECTS credits.

Attendance to all lectures is compulsory in order to obtain the Certificate.



Campus Eiffel
10 rue Sextius Michel
75015 Paris

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