In April 2015 Nottingham Business School signed the UN Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) framework. This furthers the School’s strategic commitment to responsible management education and research that places business at the heart of society. We incorporate PRME within our Programme Learning Objectives to ensure our students develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours to become confident and pro-active global citizens. Global citizenship is developed through the personalised learning experience, including: academic work, co-curricula and Continuing Professional Development activities, volunteering and work experience.
Nottingham Business School’s interdisciplinary Responsible and Sustainable Business Research Group engages in conceptual and empirical research that relates to responsibility, ethics and sustainability. The School continues to be an active member of Business in the Community (BITC). We engage with and facilitate their Corporate Responsibility workshops and they give our students insight into current issues and challenges. In 2016, NBS co-hosted the UK and Ireland PRME 2016 Annual Conference along with Nottingham University.
NTU’s Strategic Plan embodies a commitment to ‘continuing to be recognised as a leading exemplar of an environmentally responsible and sustainable organisation'.
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