To achieve the Masters certificate participants are required to attend the full 12-module programme and to complete a field project.
Previous managerial courses with certification from a higher education institute and previous experience can both be recognized on the basis of the curriculum evaluation and pre-entry assessment (tests or colloquium) (up to 50% of the total ECTS of the Master).
The Masters programme is developed in partnership with Research Infrastructures. Participants from Research Infrastructures that have been directly involved in the development of a webinar/case study or in organizing a staff visit exchange for their organisation can gain credits for each activity and may substitute this for one module on a related topic.
To meet the needs of Research Infrastructures at different phases of development, the Infrastructure Enpowerment© model allows participants to choose and attend stand-alone modules without entering the full Masters programme. In this case, while not achieving the Masters Certificate, participants will get corresponding credits and recognition. Interested applicants will be helped to select and combine specific contents/modules in order to get a truly customised programme for their competency development needs.