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EDUCATION

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Executive Education courses draw upon Smith School research to bring leading academic thought to practitioners within a context of professional application.

These programmes frequently work in conjunction with Oxford University‚Äôs other centres for the development of global leadership, particularly the Saïd Business School.

Teaching includes competencies and expertise knowledge, in topics such as:

  • Policy Development for Climate Change Adaptation
  • Financial Management of Environmental Risk
  • Corporate Environmental Management
  • Sustainability in Investment Practices
  • Leadership in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

For further information about the Smith School's educational programmes, please contact Anna Baginska.

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