In today's globalised and rapidly changing world, understanding and knowledge of the challenges of companies and organisations in social, ecological and economic dimensions are required. At the School of Business, Economics and Law, there are several strong research environments with a focus on sustainable development from a variety of perspectives, which is also reflected in all of our education. We believe that it is of importance that our students develop understanding, knowledge and tools to be able to handle the societal challenges of the future.
As part of this work, the school arranges special Sustainability Days for the students. The days are a complement to the sustainability education given within the programmes various courses and provide an opportunity for students from our various programmes to discuss challenges and solutions to important societal challenges together with companies and representatives of civil society and public organisations.
The three Sustainability Days at the Bachelor's level have been mandatory since the start in 2013 and focus on challenges, responsibilities and solutions. The Sustainability Days at the Master's level have been arranged since 2019 and focus on the transition to a sustainable society and sustainable jobs.