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19 Schools Delisted from PRME for Failure to Submit a SIP Report

16 June 2017 | New York - Nineteen higher education institutions were delisted from the Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative of the UN Global Compact today for failure to submit a Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report.

The PRME SIP Policy states that all signatories to PRME must submit a report at least once every two years detailing progress in relation to the 6 Principles. Institutions that miss their deadline are listed as non-communicating. If a signatory is non-communicating for over a year, they are delisted from PRME.

The following schools were delisted:

  • Universidade Positivo, Brazil
  • Universidad de Talca, Chile
  • EIAN, International School of Business & Management, Chile
  • Beijing National Accounting Insititute, China
  • HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA School of Governance, Germany (no longer active)
  • Community Bible College & Seminary, European-American University, Ghana
  • Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College, India
  • Abhinav Hi-Tech College of Engineering, Jawaharlal Tehnological University, India
  • I.T.S-Institute of Management, Greater Noida, India
  • Institute of Business Management & Technology, Bangalore University, India
  • Justice KS Hegde Institute of Management, India
  • CMR University & CMR Group, India
  • University of Lagos, Nigeria
  • Universidad de Piura, Peru
  • De La Salle Lipa, Phillippines
  • Dar Al-Hekma College, Saudi Arabia
  • ESERP Escuela Superior de Ciencias Empresariales, Marketing y Relaciones Publicas, Spain
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Dubai Campus, United Arab Emirates
  • Baltimore City Community College Business and Technology Department, United States

In addition to this delisting, the following two institutions voluntarily withdrew from PRME:

  • Imperial College, United Kingdom
  • Keio University, Japan

Signatories that are delisted from PRME are eligible to join again after submitting a new SIP report and a new application. For more information, please contact info@unprme.org.

16 Jun 2017

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