This was an opportunity for students at Makerere University, Uganda and Coventry University, UK to identify an area of fiscal or monetary policy where they can compare the actions taken by the respective countries.
The joint teams prepare a group report on the subject matter alongside a digital output reflecting on the experience and intercultural collaboration.
1. To develop collaborative skills using synchronous and asynchronous tools.
2. To work to tight deadlines to produce two outputs.
3. To develop an understanding of intercultural differences and working practices.
Collaborative document building, critical reflection and social media interactions.