Curriculum on the Microcredit Systems of the Developing Countries

Szerző: Főadmin Bejegyzés: 2014. február 12., szerda 12:30

A three-day coordination meeting was held, where we consulted with our Spanish and Italian partners about accomplishing the program’s purposes. During the application we cooperated with the Spanish Loyola University Andalusia, the Italian University of Bologna and the Corvinus University of Budapest.

The purpose of this 30-month program is to show positive examples of self-preservation from the developing countries (Tunisia, Ecuador, Bagladesh, Mozambique).

During the field trips/study tours shortfilms were made about the local credit systems and successful enterprises started by local people from loans. From the films a curriculum will be made for the high school and university students of the 3 participating countries, which we will educate on economy classes.

Currently the professors participating in the program are working out the curriculum.




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