Università degli Studi di Bergamo

Microfinance

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Tipologia Master
Luogo Bergamo
Ore di lezione 1500h
  • Master
  • Bergamo
  • 1500h
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Obiettivo del corso: This project, offered in co-operation with C.I.P.S.I. (Coordinamento di Iniziative Popolari di Solidarietà Internazionale), foresees a training and specialisation plan for staff and officers of financial intermediaries, NGOs, local bodies and institutions operating in the field of international co-operation or for.

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Via Salvecchio 19, 24129, Bergamo, Italia
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Il meglio: I corsi sono stati interessanti, più possibilità di studiare altre lingue straniere che nella mia università (sono una studentessa erasmus)
Da migliorare: Più organizzazione in generale e secondo me bisognerebbe spiegare che gli esami sono orali e come funzionano, io per esempio non ci ero abituata e non sapevo bene cosa dovessi fare.
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Programma


Master: Microfinance

* Master di I livello
* Directors: Mario Masini e Laura Viganò

* Master's Staff: Antonio Amaduzzi, Mauro Cavallone, Giancarlo Graziola, Mario Masini, Domenico Piatti, Gianfranco Rusconi, Stefania Servalli, Giovanna Vertova, Laura Viganò, Sergio Bortolani, Arnaldo Mauri, Mario Valletta, Rosario Lembo, Guido Barbera.

* Educational objectivies and employment opportunities: This project, offered in co-operation with C.I.P.S.I. (Coordinamento di Iniziative Popolari di Solidarietà Internazionale), foresees a training and specialisation plan for staff and officers of financial intermediaries, NGOs, local bodies and institutions operating in the field of international co-operation or for those who want to find a job in such sectors.
The strategic objective of the project is to reinforce the professional abilities of those who are engaged in the promotion of financial intermediation and aim at fostering their ability to respond to the needs of the potential customers marginalized by the financial system, with specific reference to the developing countries.
The specific objectives of the project concern strengthening the management abilities of operators of financial intermediaries or projects in favour of segments which are not currently served by the banking world, or aiming at promoting productive activities as part of a strategy to fight poverty through the provision of financial services. The teaching plan aims at creating specialised operators who can then find professional jobs in the field of microfinance in its different institutional forms specifically: ? Officers working or wishing to belong to the world of NGOs, of local agencies, development projects interested in acquiring skills and specialisation in the sector of financial intermediation, with particular attention to marginal segments of the market. ? Managers of microfinance intermediaries (banks, other institutions, NGOs ) ? Graduate students interested in specialising within the international co-operation with specific reference to the field of microfinance or in managing developement projects, with a particular emphasis on small and micro business creation and the related financial needs and demand.

* Programme Structure: The course will last 1500 hours, corresponding to 60 university credits, divided as follows:
o 70 hours of Distance Learning
o 420 hours of in class training
o 350 hours of field work
o 560 hours of individual study
o 100 hours for the final thesis