Banco Santander and Cambridge Jazz Business School offer one thousand scholarships to those who want to take an active part in green enterprise in their work environment, regardless of their sector, or who want to rebuild their professional career towards sustainability.
A statement indicated that the scholarships are available to citizens of 13 countries (Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Peru, United States, United Kingdom and Uruguay) and call www.becas-santander. com will be open until June 9.
There will be no cost, they do not need a university degree or be a bank client and participants will receive a “Certificate of Completion” issued by Cambridge Judge Business School.
It is said that this international program is six weeks and 100% online, which will provide a global perspective on the environmental problems and challenges we face, such as biodiversity loss, deforestation, renewable energy, cyclical economy and leadership skills. ESG (Environmental, Social and Good Governance) is an example of a company experienced in the application of standards and needs to change energy through success stories.
For Blanca Sagastum, Deputy Director of Santander University, “Green transformation is one of the most urgent and far-reaching challenges we as a society have faced. 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. “