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为何选择剑桥大学?| Why Cambridge?

“在韧性精神方面我们可以从英国经验中学到很多,这对我们的工作十分有益”

副市长,2015年7月

剑桥大学的专业视角及其政策和产业影响

八百多年来,剑桥大学的学院文化、人员规模和跨学科方法帮助前沿人才取得了伟大成就。其至今引领了无法计数的重大突破,并将取得更多成果。在推动知识贡献并将其转化为政府和产业领导者可采用的实际、相关的专业见解等方面,CISL扮演了充分角色。

CISL集合了对宏观层面趋势和挑战的深入理解,尤其关注国家、区域和机构战略政策的实际操作。

通过剑桥大学的前沿思想和我们在政府和企业的高级实践者网络,CISL在可持续领导力、绿色金融、自然资源安全、企业可持续发展创新、低碳经济转型等领域具有专业视角。


我们的专业背景

过去25年,CISL通过企业行动领导力教育硕士学位项目等方式,协助打造应对重要全球挑战的领导能力。我们的工作遍布欧洲、非洲、南北美、亚洲和澳大利亚,与跨国企业、多边机构和国家政府合作。从全球性银行和消费型品牌,到国际机构和国家政府,CISL运用多样化的可持续领导力开发手段,与最高级别的领导者合作。


Xu Zhimo memorial stone在剑桥大学学习是一种独特体验

成立于十二世纪的剑桥大学拥有八百多年的卓越学术历史。逾90位校友获得诺贝尔奖,这里也是全世界数个最杰出的研究实验室和图书馆之所在。借助于此,我们能够提供真正独特的学习环境。我们的教学活动在剑桥大学的学校设施当中开展,其中包括鼓舞了数代学子的悠久学院。


世界一流的学者和实践者

剑桥大学是各学科杰出学者荟萃一堂之所在。CISL能够邀请一流学者在我们的项目授课,确保我们的课程内容来自最新研究。比如在我们有关城市主题的课程中,我们能够汲取剑桥大学新兴国家中心(Centre for Rising Powers)、城市冲突中心(Centre for Urban Conflicts Research)、节能城市倡议(Energy Efficient Cities Initiative)、马丁建筑与城市中心(Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies)等一系列研究机构的工作。另外,在企业和金融行业项目方面,我们可以邀请剑桥嘉治商学院、经济学系和制造业研究所等学术单位专家。我们的工作受益于广泛的国际网络,这包括CISL院士高级学者,其中许多成员具有践行变革的直接经验。


创新与科技中心

剑桥大学不仅有丰富的历史,它还是一处至关重要的创新中心。剑桥大学汇聚了全英国规模最大、最为重要的科技公司集群(共有超过1000家公司)。剑桥大学推动的创新正在影响世界,而剑桥的当地产业正投身于一些当今最引人注目的领域,包括开发新型生物医药技术、让信息技术惠及大量行业的软件硬件,以及包括新材料、新能源和企业管理方式在内的可持续发展科技等。

 

“剑桥现象是科技与商业结合的好榜样。”

副局长,2015年7月


The Palace of Westminster and Westminster Bridge in London

连接伦敦和剑桥大学国际网络的通道

剑桥大学毗邻伦敦的地理优势意味着我们的学员可以实地参观伦敦最重要的一些机构,包括政府和私营部门项目,亲身体验学习。此外,CISL也帮助提供与伦敦商界企业的接洽机会,包括伦敦金融城的金融机构。除此之外,我们的项目受益于剑桥大学广泛的国际网络,从而获得关于全球趋势和相关案例研究的专业视角。

 

Beijing mayors day trip


课外活动

在我们的项目当中,CISL也可以在学习期间以外安排课外活动,帮助学员接触英国历史文化,加深对英国的了解。我们的学员参观过各类文化场所,了解英国食品,在康河泛舟。




 

"We can learn a lot from the UK experience in terms of resilient spirit, and it will be beneficial to our work."

Deputy Mayor, July 2015

Cambridge insight, policy and industry impact

Over 800 years, the University’s collegiate structure, human scale and cross-disciplinary approach has enabled great minds to become more than the sum of their parts. It has led to vital breakthroughs and can lead to many more. The Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership is well-placed to harness this intellectual contribution, converting it into practical, relevant insights for government and industry leaders.

We combine a deep understanding of macro-level trends and challenges with a focus on practical implementation in national, regional and organisational strategies and policies.

Through Cambridge’s thought leadership and our network of senior practitioners from government and industry, we have expert insight into leadership for sustainability, green finance, natural resource security, business innovation for sustainability, and achieving a just transition to a low carbon economy.


Our track record

For over 25 years we have been working to build leadership capacity to tackle critical global challenges, through our business actionexecutive education and Master's-level programmes. Working with multinational businesses, multilateral agencies and national governments, we deliver projects on the ground in Europe, Africa, North and South America, Asia and Australia. From global banks and consumer brands to international agencies and national governments, we work with leaders at the highest level, employing a variety of approaches to developing leadership capacity for sustainability.


Studying in Cambridge is a unique experience

Established in the 12th century, the University of Cambridge has an 800-year history of academic excellence. With over 90 Nobel prize-winners among our alumni, and some of the most distinguished research laboratories and libraries in the world, we are able to offer a truly distinctive environment for learning. Our teaching takes place in University facilities, including in some of the historic colleges, which have inspired generations of students.


World-class academics and practitioners

Because Cambridge is home to outstanding academics in a broad range of disciplines, we are able to bring in world-class faculty to teach our programmes, and can make sure that our work is informed by the latest research. For example, in our work on cities, we are able to draw on work from a series of other groups, including the Centre for Rising Powers, the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research, the Energy Efficient Cities Initiative, and the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies. For business and for the financial sector programmes, we are able to draw upon colleagues from the Cambridge Judge Business School, the Faculty of Economics and the Institute for Manufacturing. Our work also benefits from our international network of Fellows and Senior Associates, many of whom have direct experience of implementing change.


Hub of innovation and technology

As well as having a rich history, Cambridge is also a vital hub of innovation. The University is at the heart of the UK's largest and most significant cluster of technology companies – with over 1,000 companies involved. Innovations driven from Cambridge are shaping the world, and local industries are now tackling some of the most compelling issues of our day: the development of new biomedical technologies; software and hardware that enables IT across a huge range of industries; and new technologies for sustainability, including new materials, energy sources and ways of managing businesses.

"The Cambridge Phenomenon is a good example of the combination of technology and commerce."

Deputy Director, July 2015


A gateway to London and to the University’s international network

The University’s close proximity to London means that our students can experience learning first-hand with site visits to some of London's most important organisations, including site visits to best practice government and private sector projects. We enable networking opportunities with the business community in London, including with financial institutions in the City of London. Beyond this, our programmes benefit from access to the wider University’s international network, through insight into global trends and relevant case studies.


Extracurricular activities

During our programmes we can also provide extracurricular activities on non-study days, which will help participants engage with British history and culture, and give a deeper understanding of the UK. Our students have visited a wide range of cultural sites, have learned about British food and have also enjoyed punting on the River Cam.

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联系人 | Contact

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Lindsay Hooper, Executive Director, Education