Sulitest for Academic Institutions

 How can we ensure students are well-equipped in their future careers to take sustainability into account, to make responsible choices and to act ethically?

A key role to play


Higher education institutions (HEI) have a fundamental role to play in the development of human capital and the societies in which their graduates evolve. Universities and Colleges often boast that they ‘produce’ outstanding researchers, Nobel Prize winners, thought leaders, captains of industry, and social and economic actors who construct our future day by day. And this is probably true to a certain degree.

Nevertheless, most of the current crises impacting humanity (whether social, economic or environmental) are the consequences of human decisions taken in a professional context, and for the vast majority by graduates of higher education.

Naturally, universities are not responsible for all consequences of the behavior of their graduates. But if the potential promoters of sub-primes, creators of overconsumption or instigators of social or environmental dumping are trained in our institutions, then higher education un-disputedly has a key role to play... 

This is why Sulitest focused on Higher Education Institutions in the initial pilot phase.

This is also the reason why academic members are still deeeply involved in the whole Sulitest development process.

For all Higher Education Institutions (HEI)


Initiated by a French management school, the Sulitest project was originally designed as a free tool for all students in higher education, regardless of their fields of study, level of study, or their country of origin.

This is why today many management and engineering schools but also universities with diversified programs and research fields are involved in the Sulitest project.
Sulitest aims to provide an international and universal knowledge assessment tool for the academic world: we want to maintain its free access, in order to make it accessible and available to as many people as possible.

However, "Premium" access allows schools and universities to add personalized and customized question modules linked to their own needs and specific issues.




For universities and colleges, the Sulitest platform is the perfect tool to...


...organize sessions in "Learning Mode" and…

  • Map the sustainability literacy of incoming student body
  • Raise awareness amongst students, faculty and staff members
  • Assess the institution’s curricula (entry and exit testing)
  • Raise the awareness of staff/faculty members
  • Collect data for research purposes
  • Preselect students for a specific course or program

... add customized and institution-specific questions using "Premium Access" and…

  • Understand expectations & motivations of students and specific cohorts
  • Collect feedback from students on pedagogy, course and program design
  • Use the tool for specific academic fields & assess key learning outcomes
  • Assess institutional image and reputation in sustainability
  • Understand the perceptions of key stakeholders - students, staff and faculty


What does it cost for a University ?



Sulitest's ultimate goal is that every student on earth leaves his/her university with a core level of sustainability literacy.

"The Test" will always remain FREE for Higher Education Institutions in "Learning Mode". No university should be prevented from having their students take the test for financial reasons. This has been the conviction of the community from the very beginning of the project.

In addition to free access, schools now have the opportunity to purchase a "Premium Access" and create customized modules (at a lower cost than for businesses and organizations).


University : How to create Sulitest sessions

  • In order to administer the test, the university has to register here  

    (before signing up, please check if your university is already registered by another faculty member/ staff)

  • If your university is already registered, create a session or manage your account


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