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In this module, participants will identify opportunities to collaborate with other scholars, and explore approaches to finding and targeting potential collaborators.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs

The Research Project Management Module is designed to help the participants develop the necessary skills to perform their duties effectively. It will include topics related to project and time management such as:

  • What is a project; what needs to be taken into account in conducting the project,

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

This module is intended to be an introduction to project management. The primary objective is to acquaint participants with a basic overview of project management, and the role of a project manager throughout the processes of managing projects.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Team Leaders

Some types of problems emerge due to lack of unified knowledge about problem solving techniques/ methodologies that can be used effectively in the workplace. Other types emerge from the absence of the essence/basics of the team work among working groups.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

· The essential nature of innovation.

· Critical success factors for making innovation happen.

· Connecting students & staff with society: internships and alumni

· Background research and innovation problem framing.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Post Docs, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

Objectives: This course is an introduction to networking. It will shed the light on the meaning of networking and the tools required for successful networking.

During the course the trainees will be working in groups and interactively to acquire knowledge about:

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

Gender Mainstreaming is a globally accepted strategy for promoting gender equality. Gender mainstreaming in academia involves ensuring that gender perspectives and attention to the goal of gender equality are central to all activities of teaching, research and university administration.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Teaching Staff, Team Leaders

Research institutes are generally dependent on few funding resources to support and fund their research, research-related facilities and activities. In addition, their fundraising efforts depends on personal relationships built with funding sources by their one or more of their team members.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Post Docs

Many educational institutions and universities have already purchased various technology tools for e learning purposes and didn’t gain their expected return of investment (ROI) due to the lack of knowledge of the effective implementation & assessment processes.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: Master Students, PhD Candidates, Team Leaders

Internationalization in academic trends is part of the reality of the 21st century. Internationalization includes the policies and practices undertaken by academic systems and institutions—and even individuals—to cope with the global academic environment.

Module Domain: Institutional Development
Target Group: PhD Candidates, Post Docs, Team Leaders