FINAC

Financial management, Accounting and Controlling curricula development for capacity building of public administration / FINAC

Erasmus+ Key Action 2 on Capacity Building in Higher Education

FINAC Project started on 15 th October 2016. The new project central focus is on curricula development for financial management, accounting and controlling for capacity building of public administration in Serbia and Albania. The project is led by the University of Belgrade.

The central aim of “Financial management, accounting and controlling for capacity building of public administration” (FINAC), is to contribute to the higher quality of budgeting, money management, finance management, accounting and control, in the Albanian and Serbian public administration. The project specific objectives are: (i) to design and develop three new master degree programmes in Serbia and two new master degree programmes in Albania in the field of financial management, accounting and controlling for capacity building of public administration in Albania and Serbia; (ii) to provide trainings at university centers/institutes for public administration employees in Serbia and Albania; (ii) Modernization of one master degree programee in the field of public financial management in Serbia.

The project will contribute to better controlling procedure and higher level of transparency of finance and accounting in public administration which is in line with the National priorities, and principles of the EU accession of regional countries.

The project partners are: University of Belgrade, European University of Tirana, University of Kragujevac, State University of Novi Pazar, Singidunum University, Ministry of Public Adminsitration and Local Self Government, Belgrade, Centre for Educational Policies, University of Shkodra Luigj Gurakuqi, University of Split, Marconi University, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics at Matej Bel University.

 

Project Manager in UNISHK
Prof.as.dr. Blerta Dragusha
blerta.dragusha@unishk.edu.al

 

“Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein”.