IPA - Implementation of the IPA project “NauTour” - Presentation organised by Univeristiy of Split

10/14/2011 4:00:00 PM

Implementation of the IPA-funded project “Joint Promotion and Increased Level of Safety in Nautical Tourism in Dubrovnik-Neretva County and Montenegrin Coast – NauTour“ was presented on 8 September 2011 at the University Library in Split, organised by the Centre for Scientific and Technological Development of the University of Split, Technology Transfer Office.
Presentations were given by the representatives of the Hydrographic Institute of the Republic of Croatia: Vinka Jurić, assistant director, and Prof. D. Sc. Josip Kasum.

Presentation topics:

  • Project structure
  • Partners’ obligations
  • Reporting
  • Financial management of grant contract
  • Project visibility
  • Experiences and problems
  • Questions and answers

Presentations were followed by a discussion on possible partnerships in applying for IPA 3c projects within the University of Split and beyond.

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