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The CCAM programme consists of a two-year course (first and second degrees). This programme has been designed in conformance with the demands of the Ministry of Secondary and University Education of the Democratic Republic of Congo, specifically the official programme of management courses (Business Management). To conform to international standards and to make the beneficiaries of the proposed training competitive in the global marketplace, it corresponds to 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), i.e. 60 ECTS per academic year.

The course programme is composed of joint core subjects, such as those provided by the official Congolese programme, and of specialisation courses. The programme revolves around four major modules: microfinance, finance and quantitative methods, economics and management.

Admission Conditions

To be admitted to the programme, the candidate must fulfil the following conditions:

  • Hold a graduate diploma in economic sciences or management (equivalent to that issued by UPC), with grades of at least 60.0%.
  • Have perfect command of the French language (medium of instruction) and a good knowledge of the English language. Certain lectures may be given in English by lecturers at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management;
  • Have good knowledge of information technology: Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel;
  • Have successfully passed the admission test and be among the 35 best candidate
Modalities & Information

Candidates who are interested in the programme may send their admission application to the Programme Director, Prof. Bakengela

They can also obtain useful information from CCAM staff: Prof. Kalala (Professor in charge of teaching and research for microfinance)

The admission application must include:

  • A curriculum vitae
  • A handwritten covering letter requesting admission to the option
  • ”microfinance”
  • A summary of marks (grades) showing that the candidate has completed a degree course with grades of at least 60 % (preference shall be given to candidates who passed their examination in the first division);
  • G3 students who have not yet obtained a summary of their grades by the date of the competitive examination, may be given conditional admission and meet all criteria before September.
  • A completed admission application

Only 35 candidates shall be admitted to the programme per year, following a competitive examination and rigorous selection in accordance with the Centre’s motto: excellence.

Tuition Fees

The tuition fees set for training are 1200 dollars USD/per year.

These fees include:

  • UPC standard tuition fees (around 400 USD/year), charges for access to the internet and for documentation materials for the student (400 USD/year) and other charges (400 USD/year).
  • 12 students shall receive a full scholarship from DAAD (the German Academic Exchange Service). This scholarship covers the tuition fees and a monthly maintenance allowance.

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