Build relationships and be involved with the United Nations’ various agencies and officials working on SDGs.
Enhance your institution’s profile in the international market.
Network directly with key universities across the world, and share experience and lessons learned with their research and teaching.
SDGs’ outstanding contribution certificate that can be displayed in your university.
Your own dedicated page online, including your full profile, courses, research/publications, top experts, research centres, latest news, website, and all your contact and social media details.
Business Diagnostic Consultations and workshops by our Expert Advisors to meet your transformation strategy and plan towards achieving SDGs.
WASD, supported by a prestigious Experts Advisory Board, will undertake an exercise through which we will select the most distinguished universities with experience and contributions to achieve the UN Agenda 2030 and its 17 SDGs.
Furthermore, selected universities will be provided with an official invitation and choice of several levels of engagement in WASD’s Annual Sustainability conference in London and will be invited to join the conference keynote speakers’ panels. This can be through the Vice Chancellor or the Dean of the selected institution taking part in one of the different panels’ discussions.
Selected universities will be included in our annual SDGsUNI Global/Regional/National Directories focusing on SDGs. The directory will be launched officially during the conference and complementary copies will be distributed across the world. The recipients will include top experts in the field of SDGs, UN and high government officials and policymakers, company directors, etc.
Range of discounts (20%-100%) for all participating universities in all WASD conferences, workshops, and training programmes.
In the post Covid-19 era of global skills and knowledge race, universities cannot fail to realise, accept and accomplish their natural and ascribed roles (also remotely) as a strategic agent for national development to achieve the United Nations Agenda 2030 and its 17 SDGs. Universities must therefore confront new realities rapidly manifesting themselves in a diversely complex and fast-changing world. Business as usual will not suffice. Universities need to be expansively re-focused in order to become more sensitive and responsive to its mission of developing graduates who, in addition to conventional graduate training, are also able to help their countries achieve the Agenda 2030 and its SDGs.
Get found on WASD and valued partner networks across the world to increase your visibility.