College. Karl Friedrich Gördeler is an in-service training program for active executives who work for responsible and socially well-being activities in the fields of government, the economy and civil society.
During the year of study at the college, its participants acquire knowledge and skills in the field of good governance, intersectoral cooperation and innovation management. They get a unique opportunity to get acquainted with German and European organizations and improve their leadership competencies. With the support of experienced project managers, each of them implements its own project of good governance in their country. The language of the program is German.
Who can apply?
The college is addressed to executives from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine working in the field of management, economics and NGOs.
College. Karl Friedrich Goerdeler’s Good Governance is a program of the Robert Bosch Stiftung in collaboration with the German Academy of Foreign Policy (DGAP). Professor Günther Verheugen, retired Vice-President of the European Commission, accompanies the program as the College’s Director.
Applications are accepted until February 18, 2019.