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The Durham MBA in World Top 30 for Sustainability

The Durham Full-time MBA has been ranked 8th in the UK and 27th in the world by the Corporate Knights Better World MBA Ranking 2018, which evaluates the extent to which programmes integrate sustainability knowledge and skills into business education. 

This demonstrates the Durham Full-time MBA programme is one of the top programmes in the world instilling a holistic purpose of business in future leaders, ensuring they are equipped with the skills, tools and values to build a more inclusive and prosperous society in synch with our natural world.

Dr Julie Hodges, Associate Dean for MBA Programmes at Durham University Business School says, “Our MBA explores global ecological and social sustainability, looking at the impact on, and responsibilities of, business, as well as the role organisations need to play. It is vital MBA students gain the understanding of the impact of sustainability and ethical issues on the business world, and enhance their capabilities to lead businesses effectively in the future.”

Corporate Knights assessed business schools from across 25 countries analysing institutes and centres dedicated to sustainable development; the percentage of core courses that integrate sustainable development; faculty research publications and citations on sustainable development themes; and faculty diversity.

“Ethics and sustainability are embedded in the School’s ethos and form an important part of everything we do,” explains Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Durham University Business School, “That ranges from the development of programmes and curricula to the research efforts of our world-class faculty. We want to create the globally-focused, ethically-minded and forward-thinking business leaders of the future.”

You can read more about the Durham Full-time MBA programme here.