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Are you avid to learn how to use technologies to improve lives?

An online course on ICT4D

The last decade has seen a proliferation of technological initiatives aimed to tackle development issues.

The aid-for-development sector can benefit a lot from the use of ICTs, not only to speed up the process of social change in the Global South, but also to become more efficient, effective and transparent.

Apply now to understand the role and the impact of ICTs in the development process and to learn how to design a an effective ICT4D strategy by selecting the most appropriate technologies.

Audience

The course will benefit anyone operating in international settings in development, humanitarian aid and human rights: development practitioners, researchers and students.

Participants are required to understand spoken English as well as read and write it comfortably.

Program

The course consists of 12 modules, with a variable number of sessions per module (one to three). Every session lasts about 90 minutes, starting at 6 PM UTC + 1 (Central European Time).

Consult the program and the calendar

ICT4D leaders

Webinars will be conducted by a highly qualified ICT4D experts for each of the course topics. Such experts are practitioners and academics from different countries.
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A course facilitator will monitor and support the learning process through the different modules.

Methodology

Participants are required to attend live online sessions, during which they will interact with the webinar leader and other participants via chat, webcam and microphone.

The course has a strong collaborative nature, including activities such as peer-reviews and discussion groups to facilitate learning and knowledge exchange.

How to apply

15 scholarships

  • There are 15 full scholarships available.

    The call is closed! We have received almost 300 applications: the selection process is ongoing.
Entire course

The entire course costs 1.000 €

You will be able to follow all 12 modules.

In order to receive the attendance certificate, you will be required to plan and present an ICT4D project

Paying by credit card or PayPal? Apply now
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6 modules

6 modules for 550 €

You will be able to follow the 6 mandatory modules (each extra module costs 80 €)

In order to receive the attendance certificate, you will be required to plan and present an ICT4D project

Paying by credit card or PayPal? Apply now
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1 module

1 module for 100 €

Choose the modules you prefer.

No attendance certificate is issued.

Paying by credit card or PayPal? Apply now
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