The Santander Sustainability Scholarship | Skills for Green Transition – Cambridge Judge Business School They target those who want to take an active part in green enterprises in their work environment or rebuild their professional careers towards sustainability.
This international online program will address the tools needed to create solutions for a more sustainable future.
The call will be open until June 9 at www.becas-santander.com
Madrid, April 7, 2022.
Banco Santander and Cambridge Jazz Business School, the world’s leading institute for research on sustainable issues, have launched 1,000 Santander Sustainability Scholarship | Skills for Green Transition – Cambridge Judge Business School.
They are the ones who want to be noticed Take an active part in green initiatives in your work environment, Regardless of your art Or those who want to rebuild their professional careers towards sustainability. Scholarships are available for residents of 13 countries (Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Peru, United States, United Kingdom and Uruguay).
This six-week, 100% online, international program will provide a global perspective on environmental issues and the challenges we face, such as biodiversity loss, deforestation, renewable energy, the circular economy and the leadership skills needed to transform energy through examples. And success stories of companies experienced in applying ESG standards (environment, social and good governance)
It will also address the tools needed to engage in sustainable initiatives developed in a professional environment, analyze their impacts and understand how companies are responding to climate change.
Scholarships can be requested at this link until June 9. They do not involve any costs, do not require a university degree or be a customer of the bank and participants will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ issued by Cambridge Judge Business School.
For White SagastumDeputy Director of Santander University “Green transformation is the most urgent and the biggest challenge we face as a society. A challenge that requires awareness, education and tools to be able to tackle individually and institutionally. This means that the program, in partnership with a partner like Cambridge Judge Business School, will bring a lot of value to its participants. “
Mauro GuilenThe dean of the Cambridge Judge Business School, noted that “Achieving sustainable growth is our biggest challenge today. The University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Jazz Business School try to understand the complexities of these challenges and how we can deal with them. We see this in the past as a problem of the future and must be actively involved in initiatives to address this urgently. We are delighted to be partnering with Banco Santander on this important endeavor to spread knowledge and power that we already have to make a difference. “