A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
Financial management is the management of money in order to reach the objectives of a business. A financial management program may cover areas such as budgeting, risk management, liabilities, assets and other management methods.
Indonesia, a country in south-east Asia, homes more than 238 million people. Indonesia is the fourth most populated country in the world. The country’s education sector is subdivided into pre-primary, junior and senior primary, secondary and trained courses.
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This International Master Course is an international class and is leading up to a Master’s Degree from Universitas Padjadjaran together with the IMM International Certificate from Leiden University on the basis of completion of the regular International Workshops and Seminars in the course. [+]
A new Master Course on ‘Integrated Microfinance Management’ (IMM) has officially been opened on the 19th of September 2011 and started on the 2nd of January 2012 at the Magister Management Graduate Program of the Faculty of Economics and Business of Universitas Padjadjaran (MM FEB UNPAD) in Bandung, which has been developed by the The Leiden Ethnosystems and Development Program (LEAD) of Leiden University in The Netherlands in collaboration with UNPAD and the other Members of the International Consortium for Integrated Microfinance Management (ICIMM), including Gerakan Masyarakat Pengembangan Keuangan Mikro (GEMA PKM) in Indonesia and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICH) in Greece. The development of this new Master Course has been financially supported by the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs. LEAD is an interdisciplinary program based in the Faculty of Science of Leiden University and a Member of the Microcredit Summit Council of Educational Institutions. The new Master Course has attracted the interest of not only Government Agencies (GAs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Financial Institutions (FIs), Microfinance Institutions (MFIs), Banking and Non-Banking Institutions (B&NBIs) and Integrated Microfinance Institutions (IMFIs) in newly-developing countries, but also of the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), a UN organization specializing in microfinance and local development around the globe.... [-]