The FS Sustainable World Academy offers professional and executive courses dedicated to the advancement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our courses do not offer lofty phrases, but hand-on skills on how to finance and manage a better future for all. Our value proposition is to educate bankers, microfinance professionals, policy makers, students and businesses dedicated to sustainability about concrete techniques which can be put to use to achieve equitable and environmentally conscientious growth.
For example, our e-campus programme “Certified Expert in Agricultural Finance” teaches participants the intellectual tools to promote the eradication of poverty (SDG 1), zero hunger (SDG 2), responsible consumption (SDG 12) and better life on land (SDG 15) by providing small agri-businesses with access to finance. This course, like all others offered by the Sustainable World Academy, is inspired by Frankfurt School’s unusual dual experience as a provider of technical assistance, and of course a research hub.
Our courses are clustered under 6 different topics – MSME Finance, Green Finance, Risk and Treasury, Agricultural Finance, Leadership & Management and Digital Transformation. We also offer customized programs based on your and your staff’s specific needs in order to build an advanced skillset with sustainability in foreground. Below, you can find the list of programs in each of our clusters.
All our courses contribute to the following three SDGs – Goal 4 (Quality Education), Goal 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) and Goal 17 ( Partnerships for Goals).
Master of Leadership in Sustainable Finance Finance (MA) - online
Frankfurt School offers executive programmes of the highest quality, tailored to your organisation’s specific needs and requests.
FS Sustainable World Academy addresses 14 SDGs in its current portfolio. It is our vision and commitment to cover all 17 SDGs through relevant, excellent, and interesting professional education programmes by 2021.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all by 2030. These 17 interrelated goals address the global challenges we face - including those related to poverty, rapid urbanization, economic and social inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, life on land and below water. Click on any specific goal below to learn more about the goal itself and the courses the Sustainable World Academy offers to provide the knowledge and skills to achieve them.
Frankfurt School is a participant in UN Global Compact and is committed to the implementation, disclosure, and promotion of the following universal principles:
Studying an online course has many advantages. But there is one particular disadvantage that many participants suffer from: usually you always learn alone, without face-to-face contact with peers, lecturers, or support team. We are trying to soften this weakness at least a little bit in trying to meet our alumni whenever and wherever possible. The main opportunities are during conferences and business trips we do and after our final exams.
Frankfurt School is committed to promote gender diversity in the organization. In this video, we highlight female leaders and the pivotal roles they play in shaping FS as a gender balanced business school. Female leaders or coworkers can play a very important role in any company as shown in many researches. In our one week programme, Women’s Leadership Academy, you will equip yourself with various leadership qualities that are needed from an inspiring leader. Let’s challenge the status quo.
Learn about 17 different SDGs.
Credit: United Nations
On 26th June, Frankfurt school of Finance and Management hosted a live panel discussion online with the topic “Can Islamic microfinance achieve what microfinance could not?”. Defending the On 26th June, Frankfurt school of Finance and Management hosted a live panel discussion online with the topic “Can Islamic microfinance achieve what microfinance could not?”.