International grants 1
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Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
- Students attain a bearing in internation calls for grant, their individual particulars and fundamental requirements.
- They attain knowledge of the administration of those grants, including preparations for grant applications and subsequent budgeting.
- Students will be able to judge the position of their project in relation to foreign grant opportunities and an overall evaluation of their contribution.
Mode of study
Instruction through introductory lecture and subsequent classes.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
A fundamental bearing in the Czech grant systems and a basic understanding of accounting and finance-management issues.
- Geneal conditions and requirements for grant requesters (possibilities according to type of grant requester; according to their personal and financial possibilities, etc.).
- General financial and managerial aspects (accounting, tax, relations with the Finance office, personal burden for students, relation for other grant recipients).
- Finance from EU funds I (types of grants, requirements).
- Finance from EU funds II (examples, implementation).
- Czech-German futures funds, Pro Helvetia.
- EHP and Norska funds.
- Partial grants for artist mobility, Cross-border grant collaboration.
- Partial donation support in individual EU countries.
- Operational grants and subsidies.
- US finance opportunities.
- Cooperation and individual inter-state grant support.
- Overall economic evaluation of contributions for students.
Recommended or required reading
THROSBY, David. Economics and culture. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge university press, 2003.
VOGEL, Harold, L. Entertainment industry economics : a guide for financial analysis. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge university press, 2010.
GATTI, Stefano. Project Finance in Theory and Practice: Designing, Structuring, and Financing Private and Public Projects. Cambridge: Academic press, 2018.
Assessment methods and criteria
- During the semester class participation is required; min 70% attendance.
- This course is concluded with the practical application of knowledge on a model example of an arts organization.
No schedule has been prepared for this course