Taylor’s Business school (TBS) is committed to forging a sustainable future.
The school is driven by the mission which is to produce job-ready graduates with the necessary skills and to serve the communities, professional bodies, and the industry. Through its activities, the school has the opportunity to make a difference and to address issues at a local and national scale. The school constantly engages with external stakeholders that lead to societal impact. TBS operates in different contexts and its societal is largely recognized at the local and national levels. Precisely, TBS directly contributes to a sustainable future by embedding world-class teaching in a contextually meaningful world. Such an approach takes the form of the organisation of different projects aiming at improving society as a whole by promoting sustainability, ethics, and social engagement for staff and students. TBS established a UN SDGs-based matrix detailing the major societal initiatives achieved by our staff and students. In addition to the number of initiatives, our key metrics to value our societal engagement are the number of students and staff involved in these projects as well as the number of underprivileged people positively affected by our engagement.