The study will cost $ 30 million and the costs will be borne by two entrepreneurs.
Carlos Alberto Délano and Carlos Eugenio Lavin, the owners of Penta, were convicted for tax offenses. One of the sentences they received was that they should attend ethics courses.
And next April, entrepreneurs who will serve their prison sentence for four years again will be again students who will be taught at Adolfo Ibáñez University (UAI) postgraduate school in Las Condes.
Every Friday, from 4 April to 13 December from 9.30 to 12.30, students Délano and Lavin will have to approve all the modules, which include Applied General Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics, taught by 15 teachers.
The study will cost $ 30 million and costs will be borne by two entrepreneurs convicted of illegal policy funding, according to newspapers Third.