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UNC Kenan-Flagler Ranked No. 3 for CSR/Ethics by The Financial Times

February 12, 2013 By Jessica Thomas

UNC Kenan-Flagler was ranked No. 3 globally for corporate social responsibility (CSR) and ethics in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2013, in which 155 business schools from 28 countries participated. The annual Financial Times ranking is based on surveys of alumni who graduated in 2009 as well as surveys of business schools and data provided by the schools. The rankings of the top 10 schools in selected categories can be found here and the top 10 schools for CSR/Ethics can be found below.

For over a decade, UNC Kenan-Flagler has been a global leader in providing students with the tools and strategies to advance corporate social responsibility and ethics. MBA students can take courses in the world class Sustainable Enterprise Enrichment Concentration composed of 20 electives including the Sustainability Leadership Capstone. In 2012, 31% of the graduating MBA class completed the Sustainable Enterprise Concentration. UNC Kenan-Flagler continues to excel in developing leaders for the world we envision using business to innovate for global social and environmental change.

The Financial Times, Global MBA Rankings 2013
Top for CSR/Ethics

1    Yale School of Managment
2    University of California at Berkeley: Haas
3    University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler
4    University of Virginia: Darden
5    University of British Columbia: Sauder
6    University of Michigan: Ross
7    George Washington University
8    Iese Business School
9    Duke University: Fuqua
10  York University: Schulich