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Winter Academy 2011

February 7, 2011

Winter Academy 2011- Hévíz, Hungary

Budapest-Ferihegy Airport, FP7-Winter Academy, Hévíz, Lotus-Spa*****, FP7, Sauna, FP7, Swimming pool, Common dinner, FP7, Gabriella&Bodil&Maria&Adrienn , proposal, project development, participants, FP7,   Green group, direct costs, coffee break, WP, blue group, P1, financial aspects, FP7, budget, evaluation, wine tasting, gipsy-music, DoW, jungle speed, thermal lake, Little-Balaton, third countries, stakeholders, common lunch,  and departure.

Some words about the last week during Winter Academy 2011. A weeklong training with 16 participants from 12 countries. From Norway to Greece, from Portugal to Turkey. Different nations, roles and experience, for a common aim: to acquire the most about FP7. From the proposal through the project management to the financial reporting and audit. Theoretical presentations followed by interactive workshops, individual exercises completed by team works. After each day’s work, leisure couldn’t be missed of course. Spa, sauna, swimming pool, Turkish bath and Europe’s largest thermal lake have all assisted the daily renewal.

And then suitcases, check-out, and take off… Cabin bag, laptop and training materials, hopefully clearer impression about EU Funds, FP7 and a pleasant afterimage about the heart of Hungary. Based 100% on experience.

We really hope that all of you found this week useful and enjoyed your stay in Hungary. We wish you further successful work and prosperous projects. In case of any questions it is our pleasure to give a hand.

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