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25.09.2023

“School of Modern Finance” launched by the NBM, NBR and Bucharest University of Economic Studies, was successfully held for dozens of students from the Republic of Moldova

 

The second edition of the pilot project “School of Modern Finance” launched this year by the National Bank of Moldova (NBM), the National Bank of Romania (NBR) and the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (BUES), successfully concluded for Master’s students and students from the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova.

The program offered a unique study experience where students from the Republic of Moldova had the opportunity do see how central bank in the European Union operates, along with other important institutions in Romania.

“At the meeting on 25 April 2023, the NBM and the NBR along with the two rectors, agreed to initiate this project, which we would like to continue in the coming years. It involves two groups of students per year..., providing them with our experience and making ourselves available to answer their questions”, says the rector of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Nicolae Istudor, in the “Give Sense to Money” Podcast.

Participants had the opportunity to combine their study experiences in the Romanian capital with cultural and historical activities in representative cities such as Iasi, Brasov, Suceava and Sinaia. At the end of the program, following presentations on financial education in rural localities in the Republic of Moldova, the participants of the “School of Modern Finance” will receive certificates signed by the Governors of the NBM and NBR, as well as the Rectors of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova.

The participation of Moldovan students in this program was supported partially by the USAID Program “Moldova Institutional and Structural Reforms Activity” (MISRA), which supports the efforts of the NBM to accelerate financial sector reforms and enhance education and financial inclusion.