Sustainability courses are booming
Sustainability has become a business model. Not only for companies struggling for new markets, more reliable supply chains and a good reputation with their customers. Training centers for managers have also discovered the opportunities of change for themselves. There is hardly a business school in the world that does not offer modules on sustainability. The MaastrichtMBA, a challenging, state-of-the-art, part-time MBA programme designed for professionals, is no exemption. But how do executives and prospective master’s students recognize which program is really worth something?
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