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“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”
Antoine de Saint Exupéry

“Sustainability is the ultimate relation between action and consequence.”
Kirsten Childs

The world Commission on Environment and Development, set up by the United Nations, has defined “Sustainable Development” to mean:

“Development that meets the needs of present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

Our “Master in International Sustainable Development for Business” provides business leaders of today and tomorrow with sufficient tools to face all environmental challenges related to their business or enterprise, and to explore how these challenges can create entrepreneurial opportunities.

It is a multidisciplinary program, with an international approach, that aims to enhance participants’ ability to comprehend and analyze complex issues of sustainable development related to their field of study, expertise, or profession.

Participants will accomplish an understanding of both short and long term changes needed to ensure a modernized, progressive, and prosperous business in a sustainable future.

Courses address techniques and methodologies already applied in the most leading and successful domestic and international organizations.


Our educational philosophy is based on developing in our students qualities and values such as tolerance, understanding and respect for others, as well as a sense of freedom that leads them out of any possible narrowness and prejudice toward a fuller awareness of themselves and the world.


We take an individual interest in each student, and that is why our doors are always open to you. We invite you to go beyond our site, to come and attend our classes in progress, to talk to our students, and to spend some time with us.


We look forward to working with you soon.


Nazila Leroy , Dean and Director
Jean-Pierre Nicolas, Dean of Faculty


Find out about our double degree exchange program