INSEEC U. confirms its 1st place in France in the UI Greenmetric world ranking

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INSEEC U. has seen its position confirmed in the UI GreenMetric world ranking of the higher education and research establishments most committed to CSR, particularly in the educational and environmental dimensions.

The UI GreenMetric ranking, launched in 2010 at the initiative of the University of Indonesia, has become the global benchmark for the green commitment of schools and universities.

A set of indicators defines campus engagement on 5 dimensions:

  • Eco-responsibility of infrastructures
  • efforts in the fight against energy waste
  • waste and water management policy
  • ecomobility
  • efforts related to education and research in sustainable development.

Selected by UI Green Metric for the first time in 2015, INSEEC U. – which has had a dedicated Corporate Social Responsibility department since 2014 – immediately positioned itself at the 181The Group is nowone of 407 establishments worldwide, encouraging the deployment of its ethical and proactive approach.

In 2020, for the4th year in a row, INSEEC U. is ranked1st in France and 121st in the world.

Le nombre croissant de participants (912 universités dans plus de 80 pays contre une centaine lors du lancement il y a dix ans) témoigne de la prise de conscience majeure et globale des établissements d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche de la nécessité d’adopter une dynamique plus responsable. Pour INSEEC U., cette distinction illustre la volonté de notre groupe d’inscrire sa stratégie et ses actions dans une démarche innovante et durable.

Sylvie Faucheux

Dean Recherche & RSE Groupe

UI GreenMetric will be represented at the ” Symposium on Disruptive Learning Pathways “, organized by INSEEC U. Research Center on February 4, 2021, to further discuss the development of the Smart Campus model.

→ Learn more about INSEEC U’s CSR policy.

→ Visit the INSEEC U website. CSR

Updated 31 January 2022