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EY and Hult International Business School announce new master's degree in sustainability available free of charge to all EY employees | Stockwatch

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The EY organization, in partnership with Hult International Business School, today unveils a fully accredited master’s degree in sustainability exclusively open to EY employees (312,000). Anyone can use it for free, regardless of position, tenure, or work location.

The new credential was launched alongside a recent survey of EY employees around the world, with nearly three-quarters (74%) wanting to participate in activities that have a positive impact on their communities and the environment. It turns out that there is

A first-of-its-kind qualification, Hult’s EY Masters in Sustainability significantly expands the sustainability and climate literacy of EY employees and puts these skills to use in new and innovative sustainability services for clients around the world. helps to convert to All learning is delivered entirely online, allowing candidates to study at their own pace from anywhere in the world.

The new qualification is awarded by Hult International Business School, renowned for its skills-focused approach to teaching and commitment to hands-on learning. Hult is the first business school in the United States to receive her three accreditations and consistently ranks him one of the top business schools in the world.

Hult’s EY Masters in Sustainability is our latest certification, in partnership with Hult International Business School, available completely free to all EY employees. In 2021, the EY organization and Hult announced a new master’s degree in business analytics, and in 2020, the first-ever fully accredited virtual enterprise Master of Business Administration (MBA) course was announced. Apart from this, the EY Tech MBA by Hult has been awarded to 55 of his EY people to date.

In addition to building climate literacy among people, the EY organization is committed to accelerating action on climate change. In 2021 the EY organization will become carbon negative. This is a big step towards achieving his EY carbon ambition to be net zero by 2025. To achieve this ambition, the EY team has set an ambitious target to reduce emissions by 40% by 2025 through his seven key focus areas. action.

In parallel with the work that organizations are doing to become more sustainable, EY teams continue to develop and invest in global sustainability services for EY clients. Focused on value-driven sustainability, the service helps EY clients seize business opportunities from sustainability and decarbonisation, while protecting and creating value.

EY Cyprus Country Managing Partner Ronald Attard commented on the new program: EY is committed to continuing to lead the global effort to build a more sustainable world. With a hands-on, hands-on sustainability curriculum, the new Master’s program is the first of its kind and is an excellent opportunity for employees to grow and enhance their skills and understanding. This helps us achieve the ambitious goals we have set and allows us to more effectively support our clients in addressing some of the most important issues they face. . ”