A new scholarship programme providing an opportunity for professionals and students from Ukraine to become certified experts in the fields of financial inclusion and analysis, or green and sustainable finance has been launched by the EU.
The programme is made available through the European Development Fund for South East Europe (EFSE DF), the Green for Growth Fund Technical Assistance Facility (GGF TAF), and the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
The programme is designed to increase the knowledge and professional skills of Ukrainian employees, students, or unemployed professionals within financial, MSME and other sectors. They can apply for ‘Courses in Green and Sustainable Finance’ and ‘Courses in Financial Inclusion & Analysis’ (within EU4Business initiative).
The programme will have several application stages. You can apply by following this link.
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