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Scholarships at New York Group for Technology Transfer: disaster management, environmental management, security systems

Programs on

Disaster Management
Environmental Management
Security Systems
at New York Group for Technology Transfer (NYGTT) / Scholarship Program

November 03 -14, 2002. February 02 – 13, 2003. May 11 – 22, 2003. August – 21, 2003

I am pleased to inform to you that the New York Group for Technology Transfer, a non-profit organization based in New York that specializes in management training on sustainable development issues, has tuition scholarships available to qualified candidates from Romania for the courses of the reference. I have taken the liberty of addressing this message to you hoping that you/your magazine would assist us in disseminating this important information.

The 11-day intensive programs are directed to government and community officials, policy planners and other professionals in the 3 different areas and are built upon a combination of classroom work and professional visits. The courses will be taught in English by seasoned experts and professionals. Minimum requirements for participation are a University degree and relevant experience in the appropriate field.

Once admitted in any of the programs, candidates will be awarded a tuition scholarship. They or their sponsors will then have to cover only the non-tuition expenses and the air fare. Non-tuition expenses are US$ 2,700 and include course materials, all local transportation (airport pick-up and departure, local field trips), lodging on a single room basis at a comfortable hotel in New York and all meals during the length of the course (dinner only on arrival day and breakfast only on departure day) .

Professionals from your country can also benefit from scholarships in a wide array of courses on sustainable development. These include:

Agriculture: New and Advanced Technologies
Entrepreneurship for Women
Media Tools for Governmental Public Relations
NGO’s: Development and Management
Small Enterprises Development
Fruit and Produce Export to the U.S. Market
Teachers Training: New Technologies in Education

To register or to obtain additional information on detailed course description, scholarships, and dates, please contact me at I will appreciate it very much if this important information is passed on to interested parties and look forward to welcoming candidates from your country at NYGTT


Carlos Narvaez