Humanitarian programme: managing finance & fundingLyon
- Training course 12 days
Bioforce offers solutions made for and by humanitarian actors, which place practice and meaning at the heart of pedagogy.
These trainings evolve with the humanitarian context to bring you the most adapted tools and guarantee you the expected operational level.
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Learn more about the job of Humanitarian Programme Manager :
It can be defined as a set of activities planned and undertaken by an Aid organisation, directly or by mean of partnerships with other organisations, in a specific geographical area, over a specific timespan, in pursuit of specific objectives to address identified humanitarian needs. To undertake the activities (often organised in a set of related projects), human, material and financial resources are required, as is the analysis of the program’s environment and surrounding actors.
The MSc in Humanitarian Programme Management aims at training managers for the humanitarian and development sector (NGO, non-profit or charitable organisations, foundations, etc.).
Real life simulations
A workbased learning in the field
Training period at the Bioforce Europe center
Training period at Grenoble Ecole de Management
Global Business Challenge
Strategy and Business Model
Governance and Performance of Organisations
Global Disruptive Trends and Geopolitical Future
Global Marketing and New Trends
Enhance Your Skills Profile
Preparation for your Applied research project
Assignment/internship (20 weeks at least in the aid sector)
Applied research project (while at Bioforce and Grenoble Ecole de Management)
Minimum age: 22 years old
Required level of education or work experience:
English language level: Minimum B2 (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – Self Assessment Grid).
Applicants with experience in the aid sector, involvement in the non-profit sector, experience abroad, driving licence or first-aid certificate are particularly sought after
Strong computer skills are appreciated.
1. Online application
Fill-out the electronic version of the application form by clicking on the “I register” button in the gray button below. You will be asked to upload your CV and cover letter.
Your application will be examined by Bioforce staff upon receipt of the 60€ selection fees (we will acknowledge receipt of your payment via email). (Payment is possible by bank transfer, cheque or postal order payable to Bioforce.) Submitted applications will be examined by Bioforce and Grenoble Ecole de Management staff based on completed application package, pre-requisites, expectations for the training, etc. Within 2 months upon receipt of your payment, we will contact you by email to inform you about the next steps.
Your application is accepted until June 30th for the year and from October 1st for the next year
2. Interview (if needed)
Should Bioforce and Grenoble Ecole de Management staff members require further information about your application, an interview can be organized (remote or in-person).
Selected candidates will receive an admission email by GEM.
Levels of responsibility vary considerably and depend on your prior experience and skills, as well as the humanitarian context and the employing organisation. Bear in mind that you usually take on more responsibilities over time. Some examples of positions Bioforce graduates now hold in the aid sector, showing various levels of responsibility and leadership:
First level: proposal writer/specialist, reporting officer, monitoring officer, project officer, programme officer
Intermediate level: head of project, budget, planning and reporting manager, monitoring and evaluation manager
High level: project coordinator, programme coordinator, field coordinator, head of office, regional coordinator, head of mission, country director, desk, technical coordinator.
80% of our students find work in the aid sector after completing their training.
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Diane was Geographical Manager for Latin America and Asia at the head office of the NGO Enfants Réfugiés du Monde, then national coordinator of an associative network carrying out development projects in Morocco. Her career then led her to editorial responsibilities within the WISE initiative (World Innovation Summit for Education), then consultant in the fields of education, innovation and strategic support to actors of international solidarity. Diane joined the Bioforce Europe Training Centre in 2017.
Grenoble Ecole de Management is recognised in France and abroad as a leader among French management schools