Dr L. Šadžius is valued by clients for his work experience, working from 2010 to 2019 in the management of the Agency administering EU support
Dr Linas Šadžius
Since 1999, he has taught law, economics, agriculture, management, public administration, health economics and other specialities at Vilnius University, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, and at Mykolas Romeris University in economics, project management, financial engineering.
Linas Šadžius specialises in the management of EU funds, national support and project management in the following areas: EU support for agriculture, rural development and fisheries; EU business support; EU support for the cultural and creative industries (CCIs) sector; EU support for the environment sector; EU support for the science, innovation and technology sector; EU support for the sport sector; in the area of nationally funded measures.
Was born and raised in Vilnius
1983-1987 Vilnius State V. Kapsukas University, Faculty of Trade Economics, Diploma in Trade Economics.
1994-1995 University of Illinois, Chicago, USA, Master of Business Administration.
1996-1998 Vilnius University School of International Business, Master’s degree in International Economics.
1999-2003 Doctoral studies in economics, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, doctoral degree in social sciences, 04S.
2004-2005 University of Nevada Lee Business School, Las Vegas, USA.
2001-2015 Lecturer at the Department of Economics, Mykolas Romeris University.
2007 Awarded the pedagogical title of associate professor by the resolution of the Senate of Mykolas Romeris University.
2008-2016 Recognition of degrees in the social sciences, member of the Scientific Council.
Languages: English, Russian, French.
Our staff specialises in preparing EU support projects from forming ideas to full project implementation/administration, as well as organising public procurement, legal services on EU support issues in the following areas:
♦ EU support for agriculture, rural business;
♦ EU support for fisheries: fishing and aquaculture;
♦ EU support for business sector;
♦ EU support for the cultural and creative industries (CCIs) sector.
♦ EU support for the environment sector;
♦ EU support support for the research, experimental development and innovation sector;
♦ Local employment initiatives, self-employment framework;
♦ Funding for sports projects.
Helping you to resolve issues arising from the EU support received during the project implementation period. Participating in the EU support administering authorities’ committee meetings (representing the applicant in the project appraisal body). In the preparation of applications and project administration, we follow the requirements of the responsible institutions: NMA, LVPA, ESFA, APVA, MITA, CPVA, LMT, UT, SRF, INVEGA.
The company’s employees are specialists in their field, graduates of Lithuanian and foreign universities (with master’s degrees in economics, law, business administration, project management), some of them with scientific degrees, and have worked in institutions administering EU support, in the fields of application evaluation, project administration, public procurement and legal services.