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Details for APBS Avicenne Business School

Participant Status

Basic

Type of Organization

Business School

Type of Education

Undergraduate, Post Graduate, Executive

Location

Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia

Website

http://www.apbstunisia.tn

Sign Up Date to PRME

24 Jul 2017

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

Not Available

Letter of ​Commitment (2017)

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Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

In the past the schools has :
. Held competitions in social entrepreneurship where students compete to come out with realistic and sustainable projects in the areas of poverty alleviation, health, environment and access to education. The selected project is awarded 10.000 usd of funding
. The school is member of Clinton Global Initiative for social entrepreneurship
. Students competed in Clinton CGU and Hult Prizes, both dedicated to sustainability and social entrepreneurship
. The School has a charity arm "Youth uprise" which awards scholarships and grants to African students based on merit
. The school has implemented several CSR projects : a project to alleviate solar power in the campus, debating training for NGOs, Women empowerment project in the school
. In average, all Undergraduate Students have 12 credits related to CSR and sustainability
. In average all Graduat students have 9 credits related to CSR and sustainability

In the future we are planning to :
. Foster innovation in teaching and learning related to CSR and sustainability
. Focus on engaging students through experiential learning in CSR and sustainability courses

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

In the part the school has :
. intellectual contributions specifically a research in several African countries about leadership and social entrepreneurship

In the future we are planning to :
. encourage intellectual contributions and teaching with impact on CSR and sustainability within the tunisian local communities

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