Ramboll has entered into an agreement with Copenhagen Business School (CBS) about being a corporate partner in their Sustainable Urbanisation Leadership Programme (SULP).
SULP is a unique international executive programme developed in collaboration with a number of distinguished universities, including Oxford University, Peking University, INSEAD, and TU Delft. SULP offers a series of 1-week modules held at leading universities around the world. It is designed to give participants valuable insights into the opportunities and increasing challenges of sustainable urbanisation globally: social, technological, political, and economic.
Ramboll CEO, Jens-Peter Saul, is a member of the programme advisory committee, which also includes EU Environmental Commissioner, Connie Hedegaard, among others.
“Sustainable urbanisation has been part of Ramboll’s DNA for the past many decades,” said Jens-Peter Saul. “Urban solutions constitute a major part of what we do across our market areas and professional disciplines, and we’re thrilled to partner with Copenhagen Business School (CBS) on a matter so close to our hearts.”
The first programme module is called “Society – people, communities and sustainable urbanisation” and will be held at CBS in Copenhagen on 17-21 November 2014.
Henrik R. Seiding, Group Director, Sustainable Society Development
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