Be the first Change Leader in your country
At Sulitest, we believe in the power of education to shape a sustainable future. We launched TASK - The Assessment of Sustainability Knowledge - to enable higher education institutions (HEIs) to transform and integrate sustainability into their curriculum.
In France, TASK has enjoyed remarkable success with leading business schools such as ESSEC and ESCP, as well as prestigious public universities such as Université Paris-Saclay, joining TASK's Change Leader program. Internationally, the movement is beginning to grow with HEC Montréal in Canada, and in Egypt with the American University of Cairo Business School.
Become the first Change Leader school in your country and lead the way in sustainability education!
Why join the Change Leader program?
By becoming a Change Leader, you will pioneer the integration of sustainability education and pave the way for other institutions in your country.
TASK's diagnostics enable you to better manage and report on your sustainability education efforts.
Raise the status of your establishment by demonstrating your commitment to sustainability issues.
Be part of a community of like-minded educators, sustainability experts and decision-makers.
Equip your students with the knowledge they need to tackle complex sustainability challenges and offer them a Certificate of Sustainability Knowledge.
The first Change Leader in a new country benefits from a preferential rate.
Join the Change Leader program!
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TASK™ provides higher education institutions (HEIs) with a common international framework for measuring, monitoring and advancing students' sustainability knowledge.
In practice, TASK is an online "exam" consisting of around 100 multiple-choice questions, covering a wide range of sustainability topics.
Its results offer HEIs a comprehensive diagnosis of sustainability knowledge!
About the Change Leader program
Higher education institutions that join the Change Leader program commit to assessing the sustainability knowledge of the majority of their graduating students within three years.
They also gain access to a community of practice and teaching resources, and are recognized as pioneering institutions!