October 17, 2018
In collaboration with:
Method of delivery:
Online & On-site BIM Networking Week (Optional)
BIM Week consists of coming together with other participants from all over the world, meeting some of the professors of your study program, presenting successful BIM projects and more.
Revit (Autodesk), ArchiCAD (Graphisoft), AECOsim (Bentley), Tekla (Trimble), Vico (Trimble), Solibri, dRofus, Dynamo, Navisworks (Autodesk), Synchro, DDS-CAD, Robot (Autodesk), CYPECAD (Cype), CYPECAD MEP (Cype), Arquimedes (Cype), Presto (RIB Spain), dalux, Vectorworks, Green Building Studio (Autodesk), BIMx (Graphisoft) and more.
Revit Server (Autodesk), ArchiCAD BIM Server (Graphisoft), ProjectWise (Bentley Systems), BIMcollab.
Project Management Platform:
Online BIM Master’s Degree
International BIM Projects:
Virtual building projects will be executed collaboratively, many of them based on real case studies.
Access to Zigurat’s prestigious international job board with more than 500 job placements available to participants each year and special offerings specific to participants in this program.
After completing this program, students will have all of the necessary skills to work as BIM managers and Chief Technology Officers on the largest and most relevant projects in the infrastructure world.
Official School of:
Behind every great building there are professionals introducing concept methodologies into a building’s construction plans, in order to make the project successful.
BIM is changing the way projects evolve around the world, how they begin and conclude. This emerging practice is the result of progress in the AECO (Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations) industry, requiring new mindsets, processes and technological proficiencies to achieve significant improvements in efficiency and cost control.
This program prepares architects, engineers and professionals of the construction sector. Participants with various levels of experience will successfully learn to implement BIM methodology and work with other professionals of the AECO industry.
This global Master program is developed together with BIM Freelance and counts on leading BIM practitioners, professors and architectural firms with long histories of BIM implementation. In addition, our range of hand-picked professors is outstanding, with lecturers from the Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa.
The program consists of streaming masterclasses and webinars, video tutorials, recorded lectures, technical documentation and real international projects using collaborative methodology.
Nº 1 RECOMMENDED BIM MANAGER PROGRAM IN THE WORLD
A Master’s in Global BIM Management minimizes time spent away from work while maximizing your learning experience
Our program is taught in three different languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese
On-site BIM Networking Week (optional)
100+ global professors from 15+ countries
400+ newly qualified BIM Managers a year
Participants from 40+ countries working in international teams
Four chief software programs: Revit, ArchiCAD, AECOsim
24+ software programs taught
100+ collaborative companies and 10+ partnerships
250+ job offers accepted within six months after completing the program
30 – 45 years
USD 65K – USD 80K
WHAT ARE THE MAIN USES OF BIM?
Jose Carlos Lino, the master’s director and CEO of Netwon Engineering explains the main applications of BIM during the project lifecycle.
THE ROLE OF THE BIM MANAGER
Mohsen Far and Ioanna Alsasua, lecturers of the master explain the role and the key responsibilities of a BIM Manager.
ON AVERAGE, STARTING SALARIES RISE BY 23.50% WITHIN TWO YEARS AFTER COMPLETING THE MASTER’S IN GLOBAL BIM MANAGEMENT. IN THE ALUMNI SUCCESS TAB YOU MAY VIEW EXAMPLES OF PROFESSIONALS WHO RECEIVED PROMOTIONS OR ENJOYED WIDER JOB OPPORTUNITIES AFTER COMPLETING THE MASTER'S INGLOBAL BIM MANAGEMENT.
The Global BIM Management Master’s Program prepares the participants to lead a new business paradigm in the AECO industry. During this program, the participants learn how to handle the newest digital tools that can be applied to the design, construction and maintenance of buildings. In collaboration with multidisciplinary partners worldwide, numerous real international projects are accomplished using various software (Revit, ArchiCAD and AECOsim) and a platform for project management.
PARTICIPANTS' JOB POSITIONS AFTER COMPLETING THE GLOBAL BIM MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER / GENERAL CONTRACTORS
CANBIM & ZIGURAT INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INTERVIEW
BIM Architect Student. Chennai (India).
“The important component about Zigurat is the depth of their programs, the amount of courses, the fact that they are in more than one language and the faculty role”
THE USE OF BIM IN THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET
Jaime Crespo. Business Manager at i-aplicada. Nemetschek Consultant.
“A BIM Manager is clearly going to be a person who has to be at the middle of this complex structure. They will be a main part of a project, involved from start to finish”
INTERNATIONAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Enrollment manager and the architect Justin Aungst.
“There are international job opportunities that are available to participants thanks to Zigurat’s agreements with human resource companies around the world”
NEELS VAN ZYL
BIM Specialist Student. Christchurch (New Zealand).
Neels van Zyl has 23 years’ experience in AEC industry and 17 years’ experience in BIM software training and implementation. Leading the modeling team in 2 major projects in Dubai one being the Atlantis on the Palm Island and the other Old Town Dubai (Palace Downtown, Souk Al Bahar, Impact Hub Dubai).
Neels is currently driving the BIM implementation on the South Island of New Zealand with Hawkins a tier 1 construction company.
Building Information Specialist at WeWork
As an entrepenuer and lowledge seeker, Gokul eASWARAN from India was on the hunt for a hands-on Master’s program and stumbled upon the Master’s in Global BIM Management.
Quantity Surveyor Student in London (United Kingdom).
Marta Pallarés is an architectural technician and quantity surveyor from Spain. After finishing her degree she moved to London and started to work as a QS. She picked our program because she needed a Master that allowed her to work and study at the same time
BIM Manager Student in Doha (Qatar).
Ignacio Suque moved from Spain to Doha looking for new professional opprtunities. He is an Architect and Mechanical Engineer but has gone one step forward in his career becoming a BIM Specialist with the Global BIM Management Certification Program.
BIM Manager Student in Doha (Qatar).
Amrutha Ajithan , alumni of the First edition of the Global BIM Management Certification Program, explains why Qatar has become the perfect place to work for architects and engineers. The construction industry has reached its highest point and there are major projects like the Qatar Metro Rail and several Fifa Stadiums around the country.
BIM Manager Student in Vietnam.
Khanh Nguyen is a Project Manager and alumni from the 1st edition of the Global Master BIM Management Certification Program. He comes from Vietnam and now he wants to work in Canada or Australia. Learning with Zigurat has allowed him to understand BIM methodology and implementation, and working with professional from all over the world.
BIM Manager Student in London (United Kingdom).
Jesús Martínez, Building Engineer and BIM Manager at Lesterose Builders (UK), was a participant of the 3rd edition of the International Master in BIM Management of Zigurat and BIM Freelance. This success story illustrates how BIM is used in a £155M project in London and how Zigurat’s program has enabled him to become the BIM Manager of the company.
Architect Landscape Student. Singapore.
Robin McAdoo is a Landscape Architect from New York that some years ago decided to move to Singapore with her family. The thing she value most about the Global BIM Management Certification Program is the depth of knowledge that the professors have.
MODULE 1. BIM SPECIALIST
The purpose of this module is to prepare the participant to become a specialist in BIM and the industry’s major technological tools, and to maintain a cross-sectional view of BIM throughout the lifecycle of a building. At the beginning of the program, the participant must choose at least two study paths to take: Revit (Autodesk), ArchiCAD (Graphisoft) and AECOsim (Bentley Systems).
During the first module, the participant will learn how to develop an advanced building model working collaboratively. This will help the participant understand how to manage BIM servers, workflows and roles, and define competency profiles required by a BIM project. In addition, the participant will learn to deal with advanced simulations of BIM projects, based on the IPD philosophy.
The participant will also learn how to apply leading software to advanced management in different engineering and architectural areas such as VDC (virtual design and construction), cost control, energy analysis, MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) and structural design.
From the very first day, the participant will develop construction projects while working on international collaborative teams. Participants and tutors will work together through a collaborative project management platform on cloud servers managed by BIM Freelance.
SECTION 1. COORDINATION SKILLS
· Topic 1: BIM A1 – Digital Model
· Topic 2: BIM B1 – Collaborative Teamwork
SECTION 2. DESIGN SKILLS
· Topic 1: BIM A2 – Model Documentation
· Topic 2: BIM A3 – Advanced Modelling
SECTION 3. ENGINEERING SKILLS
· Topic 1: BIM B2 – 2E Interoperability
· Topic 2: BIM B3 – Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) / Structural Interoperability
MODULE 2. BIM EXPERT
In this new module, participants will enter the territory of the BIM Expert, and will acquire the necessary skills to enter the world of BIM as a pro.
It will focus first on the competence of the Information Manager. The tools available for checking information modeling (control collision), management and quality control of information, and the organization and management of communications and documentation of all participants will form a large part of the project. In addition, the role of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM), planning tools, and enterprise resource management will be discussed from the perspective of the construction industry.
The program content is based on the objects development competencies, with various paths of the program specializing in Revit, ArchiCAD, AECOsim and Allplan. These enable the participant to understand the object library in the project organization and management in collaborative environments. These are taught along with the development of the objects adapted to the peculiarities of the various BIM platforms and the use of web platforms with downloadable objects.
Finally, the module will address competencies in organizations, including the design, implementation and continuous improvement of the organization’s style guidelines, project standards and BIM templates, in addition to the knowledge and management of various BIM protocols.
SECTION 1. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SKILLS
· Topic 1: BIM C1 – Information Management. Rule-Based Model Checking
SECTION 2. SKILLS IN COORDINATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF OBJECTS
· Topic 1: BIM C2 – BIM Objects Development. BIM libraries Management
SECTION 3. ORGANIZATION SKILLS
· Topic 1: BIM C3 – Style Guidelines. Standards and Protocols
MODULE 3. BIM MANAGEMENT
Once the participant has acquired skills in BIM implementation within an organization, the participant will have the opportunity to deepen his understanding of BIM management. This will allow the participant to realize the full potential of collaborative work that enables integrated practice through an appropriate strategy and management of BIM projects.
The BIM Manager should be familiar with the collaborative culture, the characteristics of collaborative organizations and the concept of co-design. It is essential to identify the processes and information progress during the lifecycle of construction, to ensure good communication, quality information and optimal planning. The participant will be prepared to handle and select classification standards, created to describe a construction and property, and to allow the exchange of information beyond the variations and nuances of language. In addition, the module will cover the IDM (Information Delivery Manuals), BIM protocols proposed by various countries and classification systems such as Uniclass and OmniClass.
The lifecycle of the integrated project runs through design, bidding, construction and operation, and in each of these steps the organization must handle an increasing level of complexity. The participant will learn the integrated procedures for addressing these phases, both IPD and LEAN, with a goal to optimize processes, improve competitiveness and increase the value delivered to the customer, while internalizing the culture of quality, process control, systematization of analysis models and continuous improvement.
Finally, the participant, with the strategic vision of a BIM Manager, will develop a BIM Project Execution Plan (BPEP). In it, the objectives for the use of BIM will be identified in the lifecycle of construction, the execution of project processes will be mapped, specified communication procedures will be made, and exchanges of information between the various BIM agents (responsible for content and level of detail) and infrastructure (technology, contracts, quality control, etc.) will be defined to support the BIM project.
SECTION 1. AECO IN THE DIGITAL ERA
· Topic 1: AECO in the Digital Era
· Topic 2: Information, Information, Information
SECTION 2. EXECUTION PLAN FOR BIM
· Topic 1: BEP as Memorandum
· Topic 2: Applying BEP at all Levels of the Organization
· Topic 3: Implementation of BEP
SECTION 3. IDM. BIM PROTOCOL
· Topic 1: IDM. Industry Delivery Manuals. Building Smart ISO Standard
· Topic 2: BIM Protocols
· Topic 3: Uniclass and Omniclass
· Topic 4: Life Cycle of the Integrated Practice
· Topic 5: Organization Standards
SECTION 4. COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE
· Topic 1: Cultural Collaboration
· Topic 2: Virtuality and its Consequences
· Topic 3: Cooperative Design
· Topic 4: Characteristics of Collaborative Organizations
· Topic 5: Types of Collaborative Organizations
SECTION 5. QUALITY CONTROL
· Topic 1: Culture of Quality
· Topic 2: Analysis and Information Processes
· Topic 3: Implementing Efficient Quality Control
SECTION 6. BIM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
· Topic 1: The Change as the Usual Working Environment
· Topic 2: Internalization of Design as a Process of Information
· Topic 3: IPD: Integrated Project Delivery
· Topic 4: Customer-Oriented Design
· Topic 5: Compliance with ISO as an Internal Commitment
· Topic 6: Continuous Improvement as a Philosophy of Survival
MODULE 4. BIM IMPLEMENTATION
In this module, the participant will delve into the knowledge and skills of a BIM Mananger, as chief technology officer and change agent. This is where participants learn the implementation at its best, with organizations that have BIM processes and skills at their core.
It is therefore important to have a clear vision of the AECO industry in the digital age, knowing the central role of information in BIM technology throughout the lifecycle of a building or infrastructure. Additionally, the participant will learn how BIM technology can provide tools and fundamentals for sustainable urban development and sustainable strategic methodologies all over the world. This module will also provide context and perspective on the state of BIM – namely the top-down national strategies of major countries – and will raise awareness of the complementary role that BIM Managers play in a bottom-up strategy.
The BIM Manager will familiarize him/herself with the various levels of BIM expertise, ranging from information uncontrolled CAD (BIM Level 0), through interoperability and collaboration models to reach BIM Level 3, integrated practice, or integrated BIM (IBIM).
Eventually, the participant will acquire professional knowledge about the characteristics of large and small organizations (Big BIM and Little BIM), and the key role of individuals and teams in their conversion. The participant will also learn to systematically and efficiently analyze and understand each organization, to define the precise implementation process and design the new approach.
Lastly, the BIM Manager has the duty to build a team with BIM experience, which the organization needs to meet its new challenges, and to transmit and grow a collaborative culture with an eye toward the future of the industry. This is aimed at shaping the objectives and process of the BIM implementation plan, which involves developing and training people in organizations to provide support and assistance on the path to change.
SECTION 1. THE ROLE AND MARKET OF THE BIM MANAGER
· Topic 1: The Role of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
· Topic 2: Big BIM & Little BIM
SECTION 2. BIM IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (BIP)
· Topic 1: Presentation
SECTION 3. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES
· Topic 1: Obstacles in the Way
· Topic 2: General Conditions of a Typical Implementation
· Topic 3: Emotional Intelligence
· Topic 4: Methods to Facilitate the Change
· Topic 5: The Keys to a Successful Implementation… and Our Own Success
SECTION 4. ORGANIZATION ANALYSIS
· Topic 1: Organization Inventory
· Topic 2: Organization Assessment
· Topic 3: Time and Cost Conditions
· Topic 4: Assets of the Organization
· Topic 5: BIM Report
· Topic 6: Businesses and BIM
SECTION 5. DESIGNING THE ENVIRONMENT
· Topic 1: Organizational Market Profile
· Topic 2: Team Resources
· Topic 3: ROI Methodology
· Topic 4: Overview of Software and Solutions
· Topic 5: Selection of a Combination of Software Programs
· Topic 6: Evolution of Tools
· Topic 7: BIM Consultancy
· Topic 8: BIM Implementation Project. Marketing and Positioning
· Topic 9: Applying BIM: Now or Never
· Topic 10: Contract for BIM Implementation
SECTION 6. BUILDING A TEAM
· Topic 1: People as the Most Valuable Resource
· Topic 2: Collaborative Culture
PLATFORMS & SOFTWARE
BIM isn’t only software. A BIM Manager must know BIM from a wide range of applications to be competitive. Director of the program, Antonio Tort, and lecturer Vladimir Domínguez speak about the need to know how to work with different software and collaborative platforms from the perspective of a BIM Manager.
THE KEY DOCUMENT FOR A BIM PROJECT, THE BEP
Jose Carlos Lino, the master’s director and CEO of Netwon Engineering explains what is the BIM Execution Plan and which are the main objectives of this document.
Jose Carlos Lino
Owner of BIMMS Management Solutions
“TRAINING THE BEST BIM PROFESSIONALS IN THE WORLD, WE ARE BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE”
BIM Freelance CEO
“BIM IS NOT AN OPTION,
IT IS THE NATURAL EVOLUTION OF THE AECO INDUSTRY”
Owner – Prairie Sky Consulting
Director, The COBie Academy – University of Florida
Bill East is the owner of Prairie Sky Consulting, a company that supports owners and contractors in the management of information during the project life cycle. Bill is the founder and director of the COBie Academy at the University of Florida. During his time with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), he shepherded it in to the National Building Information Model (NBIMS-US) standard, and is still heavily involved in COBie, including the latest update. Bill has been the Government Civil Engineer of the Year and has worked as program manager at the Engineer Research and Development Center identifying, defining and solving problems resulting in reductions in cost and time, and improvements to the quality of public facility acquisitions and operations. Bill has also been adjunct lecturer at University of Illinois teaching the Critical Path Method (CPM). Bill is a member of the buildingSMART alliance and chair of the technical committee of the National BIM Standard and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Architect & Writer
Jared Banks is the founder of Shoegnome, a company that promotes the use of BIM in residential firms. Jared is a licensed architect and writer. He has written over 800 articles about BIM, ARCHICAD and the relationship between the practice of architecture and technology. He also writes for the official Graphisoft North America blog. Jared has worked as BIM Manager at various architecture firms such as SALA Architects, Nelson Tremain Partnership, Aaron Parker & Associates, and Gensler. He is involved in several organizations, such as the national advisory group at AIA CRAN (Custom Residential Architect’s Network) and an organizer for ARCHICAD user groups.
Jaime Crespo Caro
Business manager of i-aplicada
Consultant in Building Technology Services at BIM Freelance
Assistant Tutor at Robert Gordon University
Co-founder and CEO at SIMBIM™
President of PhD Network Committee at European Real State Society
Researcher / PhD Candidate at UPC
Senior Consultant Partner at LinkBIM
Revit and AutoCAD Consultant
BIM Coordinator at Foster + Partners
Digital Content Manager at BIMobject
Consultant at BIM WIP
AECOsim Building Designer Instructor
Co-founder and COO at SIMBIM™
Official Distributor at SIMBIM™ ArchiCenter
BIM + ArchiCAD Instructor
Director of BIM-FM Services
Associate Vice-President at McVeigh & Mangum Engineering, Inc.
He is a lecturer of the Master in Global BIM Management. Jacob was educated and trained as an architect and throughout his career has embraced and sought to maximize the use of Building Information Management (BIM). He is an integral part of the team of McVeigh & Mangum Engineering (MME), a full service, multi-office engineering firm where he applies a BIM-FM (facility management) strategy. Jacob has established himself as an industry leader in the BIM-FM arena and through the use of BIM-FM has provided the resources and training to facilities personnel necessary to facilitate the efficient execution of building maintenance duties and record keeping.
William Lau T Y
BIM Consultant and Principal at William Lau Architects
Past President at buildingSMART Singapore Chapter
He is a lecturer of the Master in Global BIM Management. Head of William Lau Architects, he is also a council member in Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) chairing the Resource and Technical Committee, whose main task is to leverage relevant IT tools in order to enhance efficiency in the architectural practice.William is also the current president of Building Smart – Singapore Chapter – affiliated to an international organisation previously known as International Alliance for Interoperability (IAI). Building Smart’s primary aim is to develop an internationally adopted open standard for the sharing of building information, especially in BIM implementation, that supports the many participants in the complete life cycle of the building process.
José Emilio Nogues Mediavilla
CEO at Arqteam
Organizer of bimtecnia international summit
Organizer of BIM Competition Spain
CEO at ImasD Consult
Consultant at ImasD Consult
Associate Professor at Oslo and Akershus University College
of Applied Sciences (HiOA)
Department of Civil Engineering and Energy Technology
Educational Coordinator in buildingSMART Norway
Director of Validation Services at Solibri Iberia and UK
Managing Director at Graphisoft Spain and Latin America
Andrew Lopez is an expert on BIM model validation for quality assured data and design management. He has previous experience as a real estate investment consultant, adding value to existing sites and redeveloping existing buildings. This included feasibility analysis, financial assessment, product development, tenanting and the final sale to investors.
Zigurat has been providing online professional development master’s and certification programs for more than 15 years. We have developed the most advanced teaching methodology in the AECO industry in order to keep you updated with the latest skills and innovations.
More than 90% of our students are working professionals. With this in mind, our programs have been developed with a blended methodology that takes all of the things that you know and love about a traditional full time university program and combines it with the convenience that can only be found in an online program.
LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Zigurat has been providing online professional development masters and certification programs for more than 15 years. We have developed the most advanced teaching methodology in the AECO industry in order to keep you updated with the latest skills and innovations.
We have designed this program with complete flexibility in mind. If you miss a class due to work, other studies, illness or holidays, or any other personal reason, you do not need to worry. The program contents are posted online on our virtual campus, where you will be able to access it at any time that is convenient for you. Worried about missing out on a discussion? All presentations, activities, readings have their own discussion forum where you can leave any comments or questions and the lecturers will be available to answer you directly.
COLLABORATION & GLOBAL NETWORKING
These projects give you a very unique chance for international networking and collaboration with other professionals from more than 50 countries. Our project management platform also acts as a social platform where you can see all of the participants in the program, including a brief biography and some background information. We always encourage students to cooperate and collaborate in order to build upon the skills that each participant brings to the program.
During the program, live seminars will be done where lecturers and students will be able to debate key aspects of the implementation of technologies and information management.
Zigurat and BIM Freelance promote diversity within the profession through career-oriented grant funding. Participants that meet the study criteria can apply. Grant recipients will be selected based on their background and professional excellence. Since its inception, the grant fund has assisted over 200 participants in our programs. Applicants may only apply for one grant, so please think carefully and choose the grant that best matches your professional profile.
The following grants are provided by Zigurat & BIM Freelance:
1. INTERNATIONAL GRANT FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Zigurat and BIM Freelance have a social responsibility to provide equal business opportunities worldwide. Aware of the difficulties in accessing world-class education programs, we offer grants to individuals and companies from developing countries.
This program has a goal of international diversification. Due to this, four grants will be distributed by country in each edition of the Global BIM Management Certification Program (which can vary according to special cases).
The International Grant for participants from Developing Countries is designed for global applicants who currently work or lead a team in an international environment. Aspiring professionals who have worked full-time for at least one year are encouraged to apply.
Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen
Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican, Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Puerto Rico, Saint Barthélemy, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos Islands, Virgin Islands, Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay,Venezuela
Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine
2. ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND LEADERSHIP GRANT
Zigurat and BIM Freelance have a social responsibility in the construction sector. Therefore we provide resources to individuals or companies that demonstrate an interest in entrepreneurship, i.e. new business projects related to specialized professional fields .
Business projects will be evaluated by an international committee, and needs will be determined based on the achievement of the objectives of a proposed business project.
When applying for these grants, you should include all the documentation required, and dedicate plenty of time writing your application. Be sure to meet the deadlines and follow correct application procedures. To learn more about the grant programs, get in touch with your Enrollment Advisor or contact us directly through the online application form.
Please provide the following information in writing:
· The name of your organization
· Your resume with your current job title
· A cover letter
Applications for the International Grant from Developing Countries and the Entrepreneurship and Leadership Grant are open until the program starting date. Your application and submission of supporting documents are to be completed with your Enrollment Advisor by email, phone or online. Contact your Enrollment Advisor for the online application and for more detailed information on the grant.