Santander and Cambridge Business School is offering 1,000 scholarships on sustainability and climate change

The Santander Sustainability Scholarships | Green Transition Skills – Cambridge Judge Business School It is aimed at those who want to be an active part of green initiatives in their work environment or seek to reorient their career towards sustainability.

This international online program will address the tools needed to create solutions for a more sustainable future.

The call will remain open until June 9 at www.becas-santander.com

Madrid, 7 April 2022.
Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School, the global leader in research on sustainability issues, launch 1,000 Santander Sustainability Scholarships | Green Transition Skills – Cambridge Judge Business School.

It’s aimed at people who want to be Actively participate in green initiatives in your work environment, Regardless of your field of work or who are seeking to reorient their career towards sustainability. Scholarships are available to residents of 13 countries (Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Peru, United States, United Kingdom and Uruguay).

This 100% online, six-week international program will provide global insight into the environmental problems and challenges we face, such as biodiversity loss, deforestation, renewable energy and the circular economy, and the leadership skills needed for the energy transition through examples and corporate success stories with experience in Implementation of ESG Standards (Environmental, Social and Good Governance)

It will also address the tools needed to participate in sustainable initiatives developed in professional environments, analyze their impact and understand the way companies are reacting to deal with climate change.

Scholarships can be requested until June 9 at this link. It does not involve any cost, does not require a college degree or be a client of the bank, and participants will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ awarded by Cambridge Judge Business School.

to white sagatumVice Rector of Santander Universities “Going green is the biggest and most pressing challenge we have faced as a society. A challenge that requires awareness, education and tools to be able to meet it at both the individual and institutional levels. This is the meaning of this program that, in collaboration with a partner like Cambridge Judge Business School, will bring great value to its participants.”

Mauro JilinDean of Cambridge Judge Business School, points out that “Achieving sustainable growth is the biggest challenge we face today. The University of Cambridge and Cambridge Business School are at the forefront of efforts to understand the complexities of this challenge and how we can address it. We have gone beyond viewing this as a future problem and must actively participate in initiatives that address this problem. Urgently. It gives me great pleasure to collaborate with Banco Santander in this important effort to spread the knowledge and ability we already have to make a difference.”

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