Apply today and travel with Dr. Linda Sama and Professor David
Grossman for 8 days to Ghana. This graduate course in Microfinance,
run in conjunction with the School of Law will focus on working
directly with an African bank to deliver small loans in an emerging
market. Ghana, located in West Africa, is known as “Africa for
beginners.” It’s a safe, peaceful and stable environment, well
known for its friendly and hospitable people. A mix of diverse
cultures, including the Ashanti, Fanti, Ga, Ewe, and Dagomba,
allows you to see women in traditional clothes chatting on cell
phones and men in suits walking farm animals. You will be working
with local bank officials and meeting micro-entrepreneurs.
Classroom – Summer II – July 8th to July 18th, 2013 and July 29th-
Aug. 2, 2013
July 20 – July 28, 2013
Completion of Pre-Requisite of Management 502
$3,000 including flight, most meals and ground transportation.
Vaccinations are not included.
Lina Cajiao, (718) 990-6477, firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr.
Linda Sama email@example.com
Space is limited: Contact your advisor and apply online
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