A group of students from the University of Bologna won the Case Study Competition organised by the Erasmus+ INTEGRES project. The project aims to promote knowledge and skills related to the preparation of Integrated Reports. The team from Alma Mater was rewarded for the best project work made during an Intensive Study Program held in Dublin.
Offered by a consortium of five European universities: University of Bologna (Italy), Avans University (Netherlands), Hogent University (Belgium), Université Catholique de Lille (France) and Technological University Dublin (Ireland). All part of the INTEGRES project. The Alma Mater group involved thirty students, consisting of teachers and researchers. Five days where entirely devoted to themes related to social and environmental sustainability.
The jury awarded the first prize to the team from the University of Bologna, emphasizing the depth and accuracy of the analysis. Also the natural presentation and the excellent ability to apply the acquired skills in sustainability and reporting to the case, where named.