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More than 40 young people received scholarships from MiCrédito to study a diploma course in microfin

MiCrédito, faithful to its commitment to improving people's quality of life, began classes for the fifth edition of the Diploma in Finance with an Emphasis on Microfinance, where it granted scholarships to 49 young people of limited economic resources to begin their studies in the world of microfinance.

The selected scholarship recipients received full tuition coverage and financial support during the three months of the course. They also received a diploma accredited by the International University for Sustainable Development (UNIDES).

The young people learned about loan counseling, customer service, cashiering, leadership, and how microfinance improves the quality of life of micro and small entrepreneurs. The course will be taught bimodally (face-to-face and online).

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