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Online Masterclass – New Date Available!
From Corporate Sustainability to a Better World!
Business School Lausanne invites you to participate and interact in an online, stimulating Masterclass, providing you with a taste of the teaching and learning experience we offer. If you are contemplating pursuing an Executive Education program, join us to explore the following:
- 30 years of CSR and sustainable development efforts did not prevent the global economy from approaching several biophysical limits – can you answer why?
- How are the climate crisis, biodiversity loss, COVID-19 and inequality related? Which tools will help you make sense of it all?
- Participate in an online Masterclass where you will engage with and collaborate with professionals to experience BSL’s unique approach to sustainability teaching and learning: small and highly interactive classes, interdisciplinary perspective, directly linking societal issues with business strategy.
- The event includes a Q & A with our Head of Admissions & Head of Careers and Industry Relations to provide insight into the impact pursuing an Executive program can have on your career and how to build a strong application for our programs.
This thought-provoking online Masterclass hosted by Professor Sascha NICK, physicist and economist, serial entrepreneur, founder of CO2-monitor, B Leader, conducts interdisciplinary research on inequality, sustainable consumption, and societal transition pathways. Professor Nick has been teaching and collaborating with BSL since 2016, and recently appointed as the scientific director of the DAS in sustainability.
Date: Thursday, July 2nd
Time: 16:00 – 17:30 CET