They offer 1,000 educational scholarships on sustainability and climate change

Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School, a think tank on sustainability issues, announce 1,000 Santander Sustainability Scholarship | Green Transition Skills – Cambridge Judge Business School.

It is aimed at people who wish to be an active part of green initiatives in their work environment, regardless of their sector, or who are looking to redirect their career towards sustainability.

Scholarships Available to citizens or residents of Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Chili pepperColombia, Spain, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Peru, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Uruguay.

This six-week 100% online international program will provide a global view of the environmental problems and challenges we face. This includes biodiversity loss, deforestation, renewable energies, circular economy and leadership skills needed for the energy transition through examples and success stories of companies with experience in implementing ESG (Environmental, Social and Good Governance) standards.

also It will address the tools needed to participate in sustainable initiatives developed in professional environments, and analyze their impact and understanding how companies are responding to climate change.

Scholarships can be applied for until June 9 at They don’t have a cost, they don’t need a college degree or to be a bank customer. Once finished, Participants will receive a “Certificate of Completion” Awarded by Cambridge Judge Business School.

Blanca Sagastom, Vice Rector of Santander Universities“The green transformation is the most urgent and largest-scale challenge we have faced as a society,” he stressed.

“A challenge that requires awareness, education and tools to be able to tackle it at both the individual and institutional levels. This is the meaning of this program which, in collaboration with a partner such as Cambridge Judge Business School, will bring great value to its participants,” he explained.

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