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Even if you aren't sure about applying to Tuck, visit us anyway! In the spring, we invite you to come and get a feel for life at Tuck without participating in an evaluative interview. Onywen Metallic Rhinestone Jeweled Dress Sandals rMTvJft

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play a valuable role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. Although visiting Tuck is not a required component of the application, it presents an opportunity for a guaranteed interview and allows you to get to know us a little better, too, so we invite all applicants (including reapplicants and international applicants) to schedule an interview on campus.

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If you have not been able to come to Hanover for an on-campus interview by the published deadline, the admissions committee may invite you to interview. Such invitations are made only after an initial review of a candidate's application. Unfortunately we cannot invite all applicants to interview; therefore, we underscore the benefit of taking advantage of applicant-initiated, on-campus interviews. Committee-initiated interviews will be conducted on campus, off campus, or by Skype.

On-campus interviews are conducted by admissions committee members and admissions associates (selected second-year students). Off-campus interviews are conducted by admissions committee members, admissions associates, or alumni interviewers. All interviews are evaluated equally, regardless of interviewer, location, or how initiated.

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Expected results: increased capacity of enterprises to integrate into global value chains; increased export-intensity of enterprises; increased export of services.

Quoted: “(…) neither support nor business environment is fully developed to help Slovenian enterprises integrate in international economic flows or to provide support for export-oriented enterprises.

Reasons for improvement: no regional support structure for SMEs internationalization foreseen and no special actions for the East and West Cohesion Region. The institutional framework for the implementation of the actions is not described as well as the cooperation between different stakeholders is not defined although the beneficiaries are: SMEs, institutions, chambers, associations, NGOs, networks, Regional development institutions, public institutes. Therefore the main challenge to be addressed is the stakeholder cooperation in internationalization of Slovenian SMEs that will result in the Action Plan and the preparation of joint programme/project on regional level.

Which partners are working on this?

OP Innovation and Competitiveness 2014-2020 (OPIC 2014-2020)

OPIC 2014-2020 is the instrument, directly related with the achievement of the EC purposes for growth and jobs, smart growth (Priority Axes 1, 2). The SME support for internationalization is included in Priority Axis 2: “Entrepreneurship and capacity for SMEs growth”; Investment Priority 2.2.; Specific purpose 2.2. OPIC includes many measures for stimulating the export, including raising the SMEs competitiveness, improving their management capacity, etc. There are no, however, measures addressing the SMEs by regions, especially tailored for those in remote areas. At regional/local level measures for encouraging internationalization are foreseen in the Municipal Development Plan of Varna 2014-2020 (MDPV). They are included in Priority Axis 2 of the document: Entrepreneurship and growth capacity of SMEs. The realization of these measures is supposed to be funded by different sources that are not specified, thus putting them into risk never to be realized. Another disadvantage is that the policy instruments at national and regional/local level are not well synchronized. The great challenge of the project is to elaborate a measure for stimulating the SMEs internationalization in remote areas, with the close collaboration between the national and regional/local stakeholders. It will be proposed for adoption in OPIC 2014-2020. A respective measure, which will be funded only by OPIC, will be included in the actualization of the MDPV too. This will guarantee its implementation.

Which partners are working on this?

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This policy instrument has been included in the ERDF Operational Programme of Extremadura region, under the Priority Axis 3 “Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs”, Investment Priority 3 (d) “Supporting the capacity of small and medium sized enterprises to grow in regional, national and international markets and to engage in innovation processes”.

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