Sustainability & University Social Responsibility (USR) OFFICE

At ESLSCA, we are dedicated to being a catalyst for positive change, inspiring individuals to take action and collectively contribute to a more sustainable and equitable future for generations to come.

Sustainability for Responsible Education

ESLSCA is committed to incorporating sustainability into its actions and practices as part of its responsibility to the community and the environment. Our sustainability plan sets the basis for how we propose to tackle the unprecedented current and future challenges faced by our planet and its population responsibly, embedding sustainability development goals (SDGs) within the university’s core teaching and research functions. We strive to inspire and educate our students, faculty and staff to become responsible global citizens who actively contribute to a more sustainable world. 


We promote equality and inclusion by implementing policies and practices that ensure equal access to education and related opportunities for all students, regardless of their background, ethnicity, gender, race or sex. 

We are committed to creating an inclusive environment that attracts and retains the best students and staff from diverse backgrounds, giving them a strong sense of belonging so they may work creatively and innovatively. 

We aim to provide inclusive, research-led curricula and enable our students to achieve their future study and career aspirations. 

Our campus culture values and acknowledges diversity through events, clubs and organizations that promote equality and inclusion

We support flexible ways of learning and working, ensuring excellence through inclusion, and we are open to adaptive learning techniques in support of our students with disabilities. Instructors are encouraged to use a variety of methods for teaching content and offer alternative ways for participants to participate in class activities. 


We provide specialist advice throughout your studies, including liaising with your department to recommend study adjustments (e.g. exam arrangements) and applying for specialist one-to-one support and equipment. 


We are committed to removing any physical barriers that would prevent any member of the ESLSCA community from participating in any activity. During the fit-out stage for the campus, fixing accessibility issues took a high priority. For instance, ramps were installed, alternative routes were created for any outdoor areas and most importantly, ensuring the availability of accessible toilets on all floors of the buildings.


Recipients of the special scholarship for SWDs will not only receive financial support but also benefit from a supportive and inclusive learning environment. Our university is dedicated to providing necessary accommodations and support services to ensure that SWDs have equal access to education, facilities, and opportunities.



We firmly believe in practicing what we preach, and our actions align with our words. At ESLSCA University sustainability and Social Responsibility isn’t just a buzzword, it’s a core value that we embody in everything we do.

Baseera is an Egyptian non-profit organization, founded in 2004 to empower and enable visually impaired people to realize their abilities and become independent, proactive, and productive individuals in an accepting society. In collaboration with Baseera, ESLSCA offers a Low Vision & Blindness Specialist Diploma. 

The diploma is dedicated to producing proficient specialists capable of effectively assisting visually impaired individuals on both educational and social fronts, facilitating their seamless integration into society. For more information contact us at 19298.

Low Vision & Blindness Specialist Diploma Specializations
1) Low vision
After Doctors diagnose patients with visual impairment, the role of the Low Vision Therapists begins by developing strategies to maximize the use of the residual vision in order to maintain independence and a sense of self-worth.
2) Teaching children with visual impairment
Teachers of children with visual impairments are responsible for adapting the academic curriculum by working in multiple ways with the regular classroom teacher to assure that the student with visual impairment can access the regular curriculum.
3) Orientation and mobility
Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Specialists provide instruction that can help develop or re-learn the skills and concepts needed by visually impaired to travel safely and independently within their home and in the community. 
Educational Partner
Banking Partner

The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) is a United Nations-supported initiative, founded to raise the profile of sustainability in the educational sector around the world. 

As a result of this partnership, we will embed the Sustainable Development Goals into our core curriculum and the daily functions of our business and management education.

This partnership is a testament to ESLSCA University’s dedication to equipping future leaders with the necessary skills to drive responsible business practices.


ESG Initiatives Membership

Environmental, Social, and Governances.

Join us in making a difference.

Become a member of our ESG Initiatives community and be part of the solution. We invite you to share your innovative initiatives that showcase how you can contribute to a greener, more equitable world. Your ideas and actions can inspire others and create a ripple effect of positive change. By joining our membership, you gain access to a network of like-minded individuals and valuable resources to support your journey towards sustainability. Send us your innovative initiatives on:



To be recognized as a leading academic institution where sustainability is fundamental through engagement, collaboration, and innovation. 


To enable our community to understand and embrace the principles of sustainability grounded on the UN SDGs (sustainable development goals), and to act as a catalyst for positive sustainable change.


To empower and motivate graduates with the proper skills and knowledge to tackle the sustainability challenges they will face in their future careers. 


To create a clear, overarching framework for the college as it makes a move towards net zero, one that provides some clear abiding principles for all building projects and operations. A framework that will help create momentum in fostering a culture of sustainability across all aspects of the institution. 

Core Courses/ In-Class:

  • Accounting for Managers
  • Economics for Managers 
  • Financial Management

Core Courses/ Online:

  • Contemporary Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Business Research Methods for Managers
  • Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital 
  • Strategic Management
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management 
  • International Finance and Fintech
  • Design Thinking and Agile
  • Leadership and Change Management
  • Management Consulting