The latest partnerships in business education.

Trinity College Dublin Business School in Ireland has become the sixth member of the Council on Business & Society, a global alliance dedicated to promoting responsible leadership through research and teaching in corporate social responsibility and corporate shared value. Other members of the group, which was founded in 2011, include ESSEC Business School of France, Keio Business School of Japan, FGV-EAESP of Brazil, the Fudan University School of Management in China, and Warwick Business School of the U.K.

The University of Dayton School of Business Administration in Ohio has partnered with IMANI Marianists, an organization that offers vocational and technical skills training to young people, to create a program that identifies and supports entrepreneurs in Nairobi, Kenya. Undergraduate students involved in the program, called Flyer Development, will evaluate applications and award microloans to support small independent businesses in Nairobi.

IÉSEG School of Management and Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Finland have partnered to deliver a double degree option to undergraduates. Students in IÉSEG’s bachelor in international business (BIB) program and Haaga-Helia’s bachelor of business administration (IB) can opt to spend two semesters studying at the other institution.