On the occasion of the Global Money Week, the Museum of Saving and FLITIN – Financial Literacy International Network, the Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s network of ambassadors, are organizing the final round of the Money Master Challenge initiative.
An international contest that involved several schools from seven countries – Moldova, Croatia, Slovakia, Hungary, Albania, Romania, Egypt – with the aim of raising awareness of basic financial literacy among middle school students in a fun way.
After the national qualifying session, held in the first half of March and involving 1500 students, on March 23 the National Champions from each country will compete in a quiz-challenge about curiosities related to money and saving.
The winning class will enjoy a cultural experience in its own country, offered by Intesa Sanpaolo.
This is the second initiative of the FLITIN network, launched last October, with the aim of spreading financial education in Italy and in the different countries where Intesa Sanpaolo’s International Subsidiary Banks Division is present: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Hungary. An international network that aims to share knowledge, skills, methodologies, tools, resources and experiences in the field of financial education, with one major goal: to increase the level of economic and financial literacy of citizens, with high quality standards and according to OECD guidelines.
1st ranked: ROMANIA – Scoala Gimnaziala no 156 – Bucharest
2nd ranked: EGYPT – Metropolitan International School – Cairo
3rd ranked: SLOVAKIA – Tbiliska School – Bratislava
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