Turin Session 2013
19th Edition in English and French
July 15 - August 2, 2013
at ITC / ILO in Turin, Italy
Please Note! It is very important that you register and reserve your accommodations as early as possible this year because the 2013 World Master Games will be held in Turin from August 2nd to 11th and there will be a much larger number of tourists in the city than usual. Accommodations will be in greater demand!
Registration for the 2013 program is now open! Click here to register now
Program Tuition: USD $4,500 (Non-Refundable Registration Fee of USD $500 and course fee of USD $4,000). This includes courses, course materials, coffee breaks, and opening and closing ceremony dinners.
Registration Deadline: June 15th, 2013
(Registration will close sooner if the program is full)
For the 19th year, led by our President and Founder, Robert Christen, The Boulder Institute of Microfinance and Sustainable Development will bring together its renowned network of international faculty to offer the Boulder Microfinance Training (MFT) program in both English and French.
The program offers three concentrations (Management, Policy, and Development) and over 50 elective courses to choose from, allowing participants to tailor their own training experience based on the specific needs of their organization, role, and interests.
In addition, all participants attend the Boulder Master Class, a dynamic roundtable event that brings together world renowned experts in microfinance to discuss and debate the development of financial systems, the importance of addressing client needs, role of government, responsible finance, and the challenges that lay ahead, and more.
The three weeks includes intense class work, as well as strategic analysis and critical thinking around microfinance and financial inclusion for all.
The Boulder MFT program provides participants with a unique three week technical immersion experience focused on sustainable microfinance, and the creation of a community that will have an enduring influence for years to come. Participants join together with expert faculty and step outside of their day-to-day work to reflect, analyze, and debate Microfinance issues, trends, and new topics. With participants and faculty arriving from around the globe, the Boulder learning environment offers an unparalleled diversity of perspectives and experiences which are critical to the industry, developing and furthering the careers of microfinance leaders for today and beyond.
Boulder Institute consistently strives to introduce new tools and best practices thereby enabling our participants to partake in innovative strategies, integrate them into their own organizations, and work towards providing better products and services to those most in need.
We invite you to join our growing Boulder Alumni Network with over 4,200 professionals from more than 145 countries that will serve as a life-long strategic network of friends and colleagues who share a common passion for furthering and advancing microfinance.
If you need any additional information about the 2013 Boulder MFT programs, please contact us at email@example.com