Among the 60 FSPAC students involved in the foundation and administration of simulated enterprises, 30 students who were the most active and got best results are getting scholarships prizes of 800 lei each. All 60 FSPAC students have graduated the simulated enterprises programme, within the project “Vocational counseling, internships and simulated enterprise: an extra chance in finding a job for students following specializations in public administration, communication, public relations and advertising“(HRD / 161 / 2.1 / G / 137 510) developed by Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences and Danis Foundation.
Choosing the 30 students for the awards took into account the seriousness of their involvement in addressing the assigned tasks within the enterprises; the extent to which they responded to the experts’ feedback from; respecting deadlines of the tasks; their pro-active attitude in addressing the problems faced and depending on the quality of services and results.
The students awarded for results obtained under the simulated enterprises are:
The project “Vocational counseling, internships and simulated enterprise: an extra chance in finding a job for students following specializations in public administration, communication, public relations and advertising” is implemented by Faculty of Political, Administration and Communication Sciences in partnership with Danis Foundation, during May 2014-October 2015. The Foundation is involved in the project in with organizing internships for students, as well as providing entrepreneurship education for students through the simulated enterprises created within the faculty.
The project is co-financed from the European Social Fund through the Operational Programme for Human Resources Development 2007-2013, Priority 2 “Linking lifelong learning and labor market”, Key Area of Intervention 2.1 “Transition from school to work.”
More information can be found on the project website: http://apubb.ro/cpspis/.
For detailed information about other programs financed by the European Union, please visit www.fonduri-ue.ro.
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