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Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

e-Learning courses managed by the World Bank Institute

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The World Bank Institute launched an “e-Institute” in July 2011 which is designed to support self-motivated learners to get up to speed on the latest development trends, enhance their skill-sets, and share knowledge through on-line learning communities.

The first round of courses offered by the “e-Institute” includes Health, Urban, Governance, Climate Change, Fragile States, and Growth & Competitiveness.  New courses on cross-cutting themes will featured regularly in addition to monthly webinars and other free resources.
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Upcoming e-Learning Courses

For more information and application, please visit each course webpage.

Parliaments and the Budget
Apply by March 4, 2012

Economics of Education for Policymakers, Part I
Apply by March 5, 2012
*This course is also available in French, please see here

Cities and Climate Change Leadership
Apply by March 12, 2012

Introduction to Innovation Policy for Developing Countries
Apply by March 19, 2012

Frontiers in Development Policy
Apply by March 20, 2012

Street Addressing and Management of Cities
Apply by March 27, 2012

Course Calendar by Month

Please visit e-Institute website.
You can also search by theme or by keywords.

Webinar Series: Emerging Issues in Economics

The ‘Emerging Issues in Economics’ is a free monthly webinar series that discusses cutting edge issues in development. Experts from the World Bank will share the latest approaches on topics such as social entrepreneurship and green growth through online presentations. The goal of the webinar series is to educate and foster discussion around pressing issues in development.

Innovations in Financing PPPs
Date: March 13, 2012/ Time: 23:00 (JST)/ 10:00 (EST)

Please register from here.

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