Strathmore University Business School graduated the pioneer class of the Master of Science in Development Finance Programme on 4th December 2020, during the 16th Strathmore University Graduation Ceremony.
The Master of Science in Development Finance Programme, class of 2020 comprised nine students who embarked on their Masters’ Degree journey back in 2018.
Congratulations Caroline Wanjiku, John Miseda, Paul Kitheka, Zeituna Abdi, Maguchu Kudzanayi Christian, Olila Gabriel, Brian Chitala, Daniel Atem Athior, and Bob Marshell Ochieng!
About the Master of Science in Development Finance
The Master of Science in Development Finance Programme is designed for both practitioners and non-practitioners in public and private sectors who are keen on acquiring skills and knowledge to contribute to and transform both the financial and non-financial sectors in Africa and, beyond.
This Programme aims to equip the graduates with essential skills for successful careers in public finance, bank, and non-bank financial institutions, international finance organizations, aid agencies, academic and research institutions, and NGOs.
The Programme includes an analysis of the formal and informal financial sectors, the policies to promote financial inclusion, clients’ financial service needs, institutional design, and financial reforms.
Learn more about the Master of Science in Development Finance Programme
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