Sustainability in our programmes
In 2017, we created our first programme in sustainable business - the Master in Sustainable Business and Innovation - a first of its kind in Spain and Europe. Since then, further research from our academic team of experts has enabled us to launch more sustainability-focused programmes:
Sustainability for companies
In addition to our portfolio of Open Programmes, we provide ad-hoc training programmes in sustainability for companies which are looking to transform their working model towards one that is more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable and create a more positive impact. Our range of corporate proposals cover the main areas of analysis, diagnosis, formulation of objectives and strategy, implementation and temporality.
Custom training programmes in sustainability and positive impact for companies
include topics such as the circular economy, leadership for sustainable transformation, diversity, sustainable marketing etc.
A cycle of conferences for companies on leadership for sustainable transformation and sustainability.
Training in collaboration with Bureau Veritas as part of the Circular Economy Programme.
Programmes for International Partners
We also incorporate training in sustainability in the programmes we design for our International Partners. Since 2019, our sustainability training programme has enabled participants from one of our international partners to complete their MBA. This 2-week programme in Innovation and Sustainability aims to train professionals involved in decision-making to understand the main social, environmental, technological and economic challenges companies face, and how to generate solutions based on innovation that promote sustainable development in changing and uncertain environments.
Sustainability in other training programmes
It is one of the highlights of the full-time Master’s programmes: a week in which participants have the opportunity to study outside their core curriculum in sustainable business, as well as share experiences in the classroom with participants from other Master’s programmes.