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Students to join international projects on sustainability

2023-11-23 10:58:00

Corvinus students can also apply to join the PRME Global Students (PGS) Leadership Teams and LEAP Researchers programmes.

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PRME Global Students (PGS) Leadership Teams 

The PGS is a global community of students committed to sustainability, bringing together over 300 student organisations with a similar profile and orientation. 

The current call for volunteers is open to volunteers in two categories: 

  • PGS Regional Leaders (9 people) 
  • PGS Taskforce Members (multiple positions, in 5 different project teams) 

The Regional Leader position is for 1 year and the successful candidates will be responsible for connecting the PGS global community with student organisations in their region, coordinating the closest possible cooperation, representing them at various events and webinars. Both PRME and PRME Regional Chapters will assist them in their work. To apply, you will need to fill in a questionnaire, a video presentation of up to 1 minute and a CV. 

Deadline: 7 December 2023 

More details on the application process 

The Taskforce Member position is linked to 5 main projects: 

  • PGS Talks 
  • PGS Ambassador Program 
  • PGS Careers 
  • PGS Social Media 
  • PGS Newsletter 

Each project is managed by 2 coordinators and 6 members. The same application documents must be filled in as before, but here the video presentation is optional. 

Deadline: 7 December 2023. 

More details on the application process 

Fluency in English is a prerequisite for both positions. 

LEAP Researchers  


The project is a collaboration between PRME and Oikos International. Oikos International is an international student organisation focusing on economics and management education. They operate in 23 countries around the world. The target audience for the LEAP programme are Master’s students, Ph.D. students or postdoctoral researchers who are addressing sustainability challenges in their research and/or teaching and are highly motivated for personal and professional development. The training is free of charge and will run for 4-5 hours per month from March to December 2024. At the end, participants will also receive a certificate of completion of the training and will have acquired a range of research and teaching methodology skills in line with PRME and i5 principles. 

Application deadline: to apply, you must attend an information session in advance, for which several dates are available (more details here). 

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