The program in b-learning is taught in São Tomé and Príncipe but aimed at all tropical regions in development. It aims to give general training on the problems of sustainability and sustainable development with a strong applied component, addressing the problems of the tropics. The curricular units cover the most important topics, from food and health, natural resources and development policies, to heritage and conservation, well-being and quality of life. The various units of the course address specific situations and problems of the tropical regions, be it environmental, social or economic.
Sustainable Development in Tropical Regions
- Top Technical Career in Public Administration - Local development organizations and NGOs - International agencies such as the United Nations (UNDP, FAO) and foundations with programs in the field of environment, health and development - Teachers, entrepreneurs and business technicians
Specific Entry Requirements
There are no restrictions regarding the education area of the candidate, given the scope of the course, priority is given to candidates with training in social, economic, political, environmental, food and health areas.