Oxford Sustainability Programme

Later this year, the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, in conjunction with AICPA & CIMA (which together form the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants), will launch a new, online programme designed to provide mid- to senior-level professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the increasingly critical role that sustainability, environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and the triple bottom line have to play in today’s and tomorrow’s world of business.

The online sustainability course will feature live sessions with Oxford Saïd’s world-leading faculty and leading industry practitioners – a truly unrivalled group of thought-leaders and experts in this field. The global nature of the programme means that you will also learn from the rich experience of your peers whilst you develop your professional network. All this will make the programme a truly unmissable opportunity to hone your skills in this emerging area. 

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Oxford Sustainability Programme

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