The studies will cost $ 30 million, and costs will be covered by two entrepreneurs.
Carlos Alberto Délano and Carlos Eugenio Lavín, owners of Penta, were recently convicted of long-standing accusations. One of the sentences they received was that they should have ethical classes.
And since April of next year, businessmen who will be sentenced to four years in prison will be re-students who will teach at the Adolfo Ibáñez University (UAI) postgraduate school in Las Condes.
Every Friday, from April 4 to December 13, from 9.30 to 12.30, Délano and Lavín students will have to approve all models, among which stand out general ethics, corporate social responsibility and business ethics, taught by 15 teachers.
The studies will cost $ 30 million, and its costs will be for both economies, condemned by illegal policy funding, according to a newspaper Third.