SKEMA Business School's commitment to
sustainability and social responsibility is supported by a committed board of governors, the majority of whom are graduates who share the school's values. It is guided by the work of the United Nations (Global Compact, PRME), the conclusions of international conferences (COPs, Earth Summits), initiatives by civil society players (student COPs) and meets the expectations of national policies and international accreditation standards (EQUIS, AACSB, EFMD Accredited).
SKEMA's commitment to sustainability and social responsibility is based on the ISO 26000 approach for formulating and analysing its performance, around four priorities. It is applied across the board in its training programmes, research, social and environmental policy and in all the areas in which it operates.
- Raise awareness, educate and develop knowledge related to sustainable development
- Promote social responsibility in our value chain
- Promoting diversity, equal opportunities and non-discrimination
- Combating climate change
These priorities are integrated into SKEMA's Sustainable Development & Corporate Social Responsibility policy, carried out by SKEMA Transitions.
SKEMA Business School has been awarded the
The environmental management system of the SKEMA campuses in France – Grand Paris, Lille, and Sophia-Antipolis - is ISO-certified 14001 in its 2015 version.