For the second consecutive year, we had the privilege of hosting a group of talented students from the Master’s program in International Development and Public Policy.
Their research focused on exploring quick-win measures to promote economic diversification in Angola. Additionally, we welcomed another group from the Master’s in Management who delved into CESO’s rich history, providing invaluable insights to shape our future partnerships strategy. As part of this dynamic collaboration, we also hosted a student from the Master’s in Economics for an internship. During her time here, she not only made noteworthy contributions but also provided interesting insights into the adoption of generative AI tools.
Our partnership with Nova SBE reflects CESO's commitment to fostering meaningful interactions with knowledge partners within our ecosystem. This approach, which we have been dedicating ourselves to for several years, extends beyond Nova SBE to include esteemed institutions such as Maastricht University and Universidade do Porto.
Here's to the power of collaboration and knowledge-sharing!