MBA SpécialiséInternational Sustainable Development for Business

Initial training
From Bachelor's Degree
12 000€


Our MBA in International Sustainable Development for Business provides business leaders of today and tomorrow with sufficient tools to face all environmental challenges related to their business or enterprise, and to explore how these challenges can create entrepreneurial opportunities.

It is a multidisciplinary program, with an international approach, that aims to enhance participants’ ability to comprehend and analyze complex issues of sustainable development related to their field of study, expertise, or profession.

Participants will accomplish an understanding of both short and long term changes needed to ensure a modernized, progressive, and prosperous business in a sustainable future.

Courses address techniques and methodologies already applied in the most leading and successful domestic and international organizations.



The International Sustainable Development MBA is aimed primarily at students with a general, scientific, economic, legal, commercial or management background who wish to develop their knowledge or acquire a double competence as well as professionals who, with some years of experience, seek to evolve in their profession. 





Of International Sustainable Development for Business

Teaching method:
Our educational philosophy is based on developing in our students qualities and values such as tolerance, understanding and respect for others, as well as a sense of freedom that leads them out of any possible narrowness and prejudice toward a fuller awareness of themselves and the world.


The program consists of three parts, and can be completed full time (one year program,) or part-time (18 to 36 months.)


Part I

This part acts as a Pre-Master session. Candidates take 6 courses, in Business Studies, and acquire the basic knowledge of Business Administration.

Waivers may be granted, based on the current academic transfer policy of our school, to those candidates who provide proof of successful completion of any of these courses in an accredited institution.

Students holding a BBA degree from an accredited institution may be exempted from part, or whole, of this session.


Part II


Students take a total of 15 classes in the Master program.


Part III

In the last part of the program, students have to successfully complete the “Practicum Capstone” requirement.



In this capstone part of the program, participants apply the techniques and the knowledge they have acquired to a significant project of their own definition related to their study track. The goal is to provide students with a hands-on practical experience, working with a client on a real-life project. Under the guidance of their practicum supervisor appointed by the school, participants will act as consultant and will make practical recommendations to their clients.



Study Tracks include :

  • Business Practice
  • Communications and Leadership
  • Energy
  • Engeneering
  • Finance and Economics
  • General Electives
  • Law
  • Logistics, Transport and Planning
  • Tourism

After obtaining a Graduate Certificate, participants can continue on to earning a Master’s Degree.





  • Writing workshop
  • Quantitative concepts
  • Economics
  • Marketing concepts
  • Management concepts
  • Business strategy and policy



  • Climitate change, energy and sustainaible development
  • Environmental law
  • Sustainable marketing and branding
  • Total quality management, six sigma and lean management
  • ...




  • Ethics and corporate governance
  • Innovation mangaement and new product development
  • Art and brand management
  • Introduction to brand, luxury and fashion
  • ....



  • Effective executive communication
  • Cross-cultural communication
  • Negotiation workshop
  • Project presentation
  • ....



  • Energy issues in developing countries
  • Geopolitics of energy
  • Energy laws and policy
  • Energy and technology
  • ....



  • Energy issues in developing countries
  • Geopolitics of energy
  • Energy laws and policy
  • Energy and technology
  • ....



  • Economics of natural resources
  • Political economy and sustainability
  • Environmental economics
  • Sustainability and finance
  • ....



  • Current topics in sustainability
  • Sustainable forest management
  • Selected topics in business
  • Envrionmental sociology
  • ....



  • Biodiversity law and policy
  • Environmental and risk assessment law
  • Enviromental dispute management
  • International Human rights
  • ....



  • An introduction to sustainable design and planning
  • Green buildings
  • Renewable energy systems
  • International Human rightsTransport and sustainable development issues
  • ....




  • Introduction to ecotourism
  • Tourism leadership
  • Tourism product development and sustainability
  • Financial strategies for sustainable tourism
  • ....





For International Sustainable Development

The School offers the possibility, for all of its courses, to apply online throughout the year: from January to December.
The selection is made on CV and questionnaire of candidature, followed by an interview.


Conditions of admission :

Admission to the MBA in Sustainable Development for Business program of ESLSCA Business School is based upon a combination of academic ability and motivation. All applicants are reviewed without regard to age, color, creed, marital status, national or ethnical origin, race, religion, or sex.

All candidates must hold an equivalent of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.

Students seeking to transfer to MBA in Sustainable Development for Business program of ESLSCA Business School are required to provide the school with official transcripts.

Transfer credit is awarded according to the internal academic credit transfer policy of the ESLSCA MBA in Sustainable Development for Business.