How to Integrate SDGs into Curriculum
As a learning community, PRME aims at transforming business school and management-related higher education institutions into organizations that effectively prepare future generations of sustainable and globally responsible professions. To achieve this goal, PRME becomes a part of the strategy of a school through a process of continuous improvement. As a resource for existing and potential chapter members, PRME has released a Transformational Model to guide the implementation of PRME values in different aspects of participating business schools.
The goal of integrating PRME values into business schools goes past simply complying with the requirements needed to remain a member. Rather, schools can integrate PRME values in ways that align with a school’s existing structure.
Each school should define its own path of progress towards sustainability, according to its specific story, development, size, social, cultural, and economic context where it operates, preferences and expertise of its faculty members, its own strategic positioning, etc., undertaking those sustainability practices that are more meaningful and impactful for the school and its stakeholders, like students, business, and local communities and progressing over time towards new issues.
The PRME Transformational Model is a comprehensive guide on how to embark on transforming a business school and management-related higher education institution into an organization able to educate future generations of sustainable and globally responsible professionals, manager and leaders.
You may also consult this article of how Cranfield School of Management in Britain is embracing the UN PRME: Putting PRME into Practice in a Business School