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ACTIVITY AND
SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

2013 - 2014

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CONTENTS

PERFORMANCE INDEX

04
06
08
14

This section is an index of the nancial


and extra-nancial performance
indicators used by KEDGE Business
School. 2013-2014 was the rst
year of operation for our new Group
following the merger of our two
founding schools: BEM and Euromed
Management.

A YEAR OF MERGING
EVENTS OF THE YEAR 2013-2014
KEY FIGURES
A WORLDWIDE PRESENCE

2013-2014
PERFORMANCE INDEX
04. STRATEGY & GOVERNANCE
07. TEACHING & TRAINING
09. RESEARCH
10. SOCIAL POLICY AND LOCAL
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
13. ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT

The collected data covers a wide range


of covers of activities whithin the group:
strategy and governance, teaching
programmes, research, social policy
and community involvement, and the
environmental impact of our campuses.
Not all indicators can be presented
exhaustively, but we have set as a
short-term objective the consolidation
of our data at campus group level.
CSR is a major commitment for our
Group and greatly contributes to the
overall success of the KEDGE Business
School project. It is a core and founding
element of our strategy.
Following the Green Plan layout,
the performance index covers last years
activities and seeks to describe our
schools commitment to both United
Nations Global Compact and the Principles
for Responsible Management Education.

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2013-2014 PERFORMANCE INDEX


IMPACT MEASUREMENT

ACTIVITY MEASUREMENT

A: Objective achieved or surpassed


B: Objective is being realised
C: Objective not achieved
NA or (-): Non Available/Applicable
K1 = 1,000
M1 = 1,000,000

SCOPE
Euromed Management
(Marseille & Toulon campuses)
BEM (Bordeaux campus)
KEDGE Business School
(Bordeaux, Marseille, Toulon
campuses and others when
available)

Means/actions carried out this year


contributed to the achievement of
long-term goals
Means/actions carried out this year
are not adapted to the achievement
of long-term goals
Means/actions carried out this year
did not contribute to our goals

PERIOD
July 2013 / June 2014

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

86.9

90.2

42.1

43.8

7.5

7.9

5.9

6.1

77.1

81.3

1. STRATEGY & GOVERNANCE


Budget
Budget
g (M)

Overall budget combined (M)


Total FT Faculty & Staff
Wages (M)
Total PT Faculty wages
& contractual personnel
KEDGE Business School
Investments (M)
Tuition fees-Global (M)

COR
CORPORATE
OR
O
RPOR
OR
RA E
RATE
CONTRIBUTIONS
C
CO
ON
NT
TRI
RIB
BU
UTI
TIO
ON
NS

Advanced partnerships
Corporate relations
Apprenticeship tax
collected (gross) (M)
Internships
Company origin
(international/national)

NUMBER
NU
UMBER
MBER
O ST
OF
STUDENTS
TUDENT
T
TUDEN
ENTS

All Programmes
& International

GEOG
GEOGRAPHICAL
G
GE
OGRAP
GRA
APHICA
HIC
CAL
L
ORIGIN
OR
O
ORIGI
IG
GIN OF
FS
STUD
STUDENTS
TU
UDENT
DENT
TS

France

75.8

82.1

88.9

18.02

19.70

22.31

8.27

8.82

9.2

5.56

6.49

6.40

7.56

8.52

9.52

3.0

3.1

3.2

1.0

1.3

1.3

34.0

37.8

41.9

25.9

27.7

30.8

150

160

188

88

96

103

860

860

900

399

424

505

5.7

2.8

2.8

1.75

2,578

2,732

2,503

2,015

2,155

2,297

48% / 52%

48% / 52%

48% / 52%

34% / 66%

35% / 65%

45% / 55%

5,604

5,794

6,429
4,622

72.2%

77%

72%
88%

Europe
(excl. Russia and Turkey)
International (incl. Europe)

6%

4%

6%

28%

23%

28%

12%

12%

190
1,100
6.8
5,543
48% / 52%
11,639
76%
5%
25%

5.6

Trends

ACTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 / 2014

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

REQU
REQUIRED
R
EQU
UIRED
UIRED
D ENT
E
ENTRANCE
NT
TRA
TRANCE
ANCE
EXAM
EXA
AM S
AM
SCORES
CO
CORE
ORE
ES
E
S

Ecricome

RECR
RECRUITMENT
R
ECR
RUITM
RUITM
MENT RATE
MENT
RA
ATE
E
OF
F ESC
ES
SC STUDENTS
STUD
S
STUD
DENT
D
DENT
TS
TS
PER
PE
P
RE
EXAM
XA
AM
M TY
TYPE
YP
PE ((TESTS)
TE
EST )
ESTS)

9.6

9.65

9.65

9.6

9.75

9.93

Ecricome

4%

4.5%

4.7%

4.5%

4.7%

4.9%

3.94%

Templin 1

8.5%

9.7%

11.8%

9.30%

3.6%

3.6%

4.7%

4.13%

Tremplin 2

7.7%

8.8%

9.3%

8.35%

6.5%

5.8%

6.8%

6.83%

3-AMBA
EQUIS
AACSB

3-AMBA
EQUIS
AACSB

3-AMBA
EQUIS
AACSB

3-AMBA
EQUIS
AACSB

39

31

55

60

32

29

61

48

NA

NA

43
(Global
MBA)

27
(Global
MBA)

30

34

28

30

38

42

NA

NA

67

NA

CAMPUS
C
A
AMPUS
MPUS
S
DEVELOPMENT
DEVELO
DE
EVELO
V OPMEN
OP
O
PME
EN
NT

Number of operating
campuses / Ofces

ACCREDITATION
A
CCR
CCRED
DIT
TAT
TION
TI

Number - Name of
international accreditations

RA
RANKINGS
ANK
KIN
NGS
S

FT - Best European
Business School
FT - World Med MBA

FT - Master in Management
FT - Executive Education
LEtudiant ESC Master
Grandes Ecoles
LEtudiant
CeseMed Post Bac
Le Point CeseMed / EBP
Le Point ESC
Figaro Etudiant ESC
Figaro Etudiant
CeseMed / EBP
Figaro Etudiant Bachelor
Euromed / BEM Bachelor
Figaro Etudiant EGC
Challenges ESC

11

12

10

12

12

16

14

13

10

10

NA

NA

1
10

Challenges CeseMed / PostBac


Le Parisien

Trial

2
9
7

10

10

Trial

Trial

Trends

3.69%

13

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

9.8

Trial

Results
2013 / 2014

10

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2013-2014 PERFORMANCE INDEX

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

((NO)
NO
O) SIGNATURE
S GNATUR
SIG
SIGNAT
UR
RE
OF
F SD
SD CHART
CHA
C
CHARTER
ART
RTER
TER
IINVOLVING
INV
VOLVIING
G ALL
A L
STAKEHOLDERS
S
STAK
TAK
KEHOL
EH
HOL
LDER
LDER
RS
R
S

New School Commitments

UNGC &
PRME,
Sustainable
Campus
Charter,
Diversity
Charter,
The Copenhagen
Declaration +
Signature
of Academic
Impact

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

Id
+ Rio HESI

Id
+ GUPES
Membership

Id
+ Charter
for Biodiversity

UNEP MOU A

0%

0%

1 criteria per
department C

No
(current
merger)

Yes B

3 CSR
2 Wellness
1 full time
1 part-time
equal
diversity
1 corporate
relations

UNGC
& PRME
(IO
O 2015
2015)
20
015
5) 2 SD
5)
SD CRITERIA
C
CRITE
CR
RIITERIA
ERIIA
IN MANAGERS
IN
MA
ANAG
ANAG
GER
ERS
RS
EVALUATION
E
VA
ALUA
ATIO
AT
ON
N

Use of extra-nancial criteria


in managers performance
assessments

0%

0%

((NO)) QUARTERLY
(NO
QUARTERLY
QUAR
RTERLY
MEETINGS
MEET
M
EET
TIINGS
T
TINGS
TIN
NGS
GS
S
O SD
OF
D COM
C
COMMITTEE
OMM
MM
MITTE
ITTEE
E
((REPRESENTING
(RE
(REP
PRESE
RESENTIN
ENTING
NG
ST
S
STAFF,
TAFF,
F STU
ST
STUDENTS,
U EN
UDEN
NT
N
NTS,
TS,
S
MANAGEMENT
MA
M
ANA
NA
AGEM
MEN
M
NT
T AND
AN
A
ND
D
STAKEHOLDERS)
S
STA
TA
AKEH
AKEH
HOL
HOLDERS)
LDERS)

Existence of a CSR
department attached
to the General Director

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

2 full-time
2 part-time

3 full-time

1 part-time

1 part-time

11

10

10

Staff dedicated to CSR issues

Number of
CSR Ofcer meetings
Dedicated CSR budget in K
(excl. research, investment,
wages, etc.)
(SO
O 2015)
201
15)
5 1 ANNUAL
A
ANNU
NNU
UAL
UAL
L
MEETING
ME
M
EET
TIN
T
NG F
FO
FOR
R EACH
E
EACH
H
TYPE
TYPE
E OF
OF S
ST
STAKEHOLDER:
TAKE
TAKE
EHOL
EHOLDER:
LDER:
D
STUDENTS,
S
ST
UD
UDEN
DEN
NTS
NTS,
S S
STA
STAFF,
AFF,
EXTERNAL
E
EXTERN
X ERNAL
AL
L

Frequency and method


for stakeholder consultation

((NO)
NO)
NO
O) ANNUAL
ANNU
AN
ANNUA
UAL
LA
ACT
ACTIVITY
CTIV
TIV
VITY
TY
Y
REPORT
RE
REP
EPORT
P RT
T COV
COVERING
OV
VE
V
VERIN
E IN
NG SD
NG
D
IINITIATIVES
INI
NIT
TIA
ATI
TIV
IVE
ES
S

Activity report covering


SD initiatives

(SO
(SO)
SO
O) REAC
O)
REA
REACHING
EA
ACHI
ACHIN
HIN
NG
A L STAKEHOLDERS
AL
ALL
STAK
STA
AKE
EH
HO
OL
LDE
DERS
ERS
S

SD-related awareness
raising actions

55

101

76,8

No

No

No

43

75 B

C
Integrated
Report

Integrated
Report

Integrated
Report

22

29

CSR Report
5

Integrated
Report

Integrated
report A

63

ACTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 / 2014

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

All Programmes
+ International

5,604

5,794

All Bachelors

1,606

1,547

1,666

976

1,066

1,050

Results
2013 / 2014

2. TEACHING & TRAINING


NUMBE
NUMBER
N
UMBER
B R OF
OF ST
STUDENTS
TUDE
TUDENT
ENTS
TS
PER P
PER
PR
PROGRA
OG
GRA
AM
A
MME
ME
E
PROGRAMME

All Masters
ESC
MSc
MS
MBA - EMBA

6,429
4,622

3,594

3,762

4,128

2,574

2,682

3,199

1,944

2,192

2,370

1,958

2,052

2,102

1,255

1,089

1,279

81

51

130

132

184

137

522

559

900

263

297

342
67

DBA
Number of partners
(accredited)
INT
IINTERNATIONAL
TER
RN
NAT
TIONA
AL
PARTNERSHIPS
P
PART
ART
TNERS
NE
ERS
SHIPS
SHIPS
S

Number of incoming students

Number of outgoing students


Number of students
involved in special
programmes (summer school
+ MBA summer school)
Number of coaches
PERS
PERSONAL
P
ERS
SO A
SONAL
AL
L
DEVELOPMENT
DE
VE
VEL
ELO
OPM
PME
MENT
NT
T
STU
STUDENTS
S
TUD
DENT
EN
NTS
S PR
P
PRO
PRO-ACTS
O-ACTS
-A
ACT
TS
PER CAT
PER
C
CATEGORY
ATEGO
TEGORY
ORY
(all
all stud
sstudents
ud
de
d
dents
e ts from
ffr m
Marseille
M
Ma
Mar
arseille
eille Campus)
Ca
Campus
ampus)

STU
STUDENT
STUDEN
TUDEN
NT RE
NT
RESEARCH
ESEAR
ESEAR
AR
RCH
RCH
OR PROFESSIONA
OR
PR
RO
OFE
ESS
SIONA
S
AL
A
PROFESSIONAL
PROJECTS
P
PROJEC
ROJ
JECTS
CTS
S

Total coaching hours

11,639
2,212
8,416
4,859
1,318
1,121
344

34

53

39

169 (72)

178 (79)

189 (88)

17

473

562

596

266

329

373

867

796

723

668

762

789

64

95

120

140

166

94

42

44

60

NA

NA

NA

3,100

3,581

6,326

7,000

273 (164)
1,200
(including
191
REMIN/
IFC)
1,800
85
+26 MBA
75

Number of Pro-Acts (total)

962

849

934

875

Pro-Act Terre

119

101

102

79

Entrepreneurship

124

110

108

114

Information / Communication

495

453

388

299

Associative management

84

71

65

80

Sports

59

45

57

68

Arts

61

42

61

46

Company

20

27

153

189

Employment
Research

729

875

1,174

1,106

1,348

927

1,611

1,977

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

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2013-2014 PERFORMANCE INDEX

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

BPM
B
PM (Busine
((Business
(B
usiness
ess Project
Prroje
ectt
Management)
Ma
ana
a
an
nage
ge
em
e
ment)
ent
ntt) ((ES
(ESC
ES
SC
SC
Programme
Pro
P
ogrram
mm
me Stu
Students
tude
entts
from Bordeaux
from
Bord
Bo
deaux Campus)
Campus))
Ca

Number of BPMs (total)

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

71

89

95

108

Sports & Leisure

16

16

23

30

Promotion & Communication

14

14

22

29

Arts and Culture

10

12

Social Citizenship

12

25

14

11

Economy & Finance

12

14

Entrepreneurship

Associative Management
((NO
NO
O 201
2
2013)
13
3) SD
D TRAINING
TRA
AININ
AI
NG
G
FO
FOR
OR 100%
100
00
0% OF
0%
F FACULTY
FAC
CU
C
CULTY
ULTY
TY
Y
MEMBERS
M
ME
MEM
EMBERS
BERS
S

Percentage of faculty
members receiving
SD-related training

(NO
NO
O 2011)
201
11
1) EXISTENCE
EX
XIS
XISTENC
I TE
EN
NCE
CE
E OF
O
A SD
AN
SD CO
C
COR
CORE
RE TE
TEACHING
EAC
EACH
CHING
ING
C
ONTEN
ONTENT
NT (N
NO
O 201
2
017)
17)
CONTENT
(NO
2017)
100
00
00%
0% O
0%
F PRO
RO
OG
O
OGRA
GRA
AM
A
AMME
MME
ES
ES
100%
OF
PROGRAMMES
IINCLUDE
INC
NCLUDE
CLU
UD
DE AN
A SD
SD COURSE
COU
CO
C UR
RS
SE
E

Proportion of compulsory
courses content dedicated
to SD issues

3.6%

10

NA

20

20

9.9%
0%

30%
for PSR
CeseMed
CeseMed
(15%) (15%) EGC
EGC (0%)
(0%)
PMF (8%)
PMF (8%)
ESC1 (8.3%)
ESC (8%)
ESC2 (16%)
MS/MSc
MS/MSc
(9.5%)
(8.5%) MBA (5.5%)

CeseMed
(15%)
Euromed
Bachelor
(15%).
ESC (11%)
MS/MSc
(15.4%)
MBA (5.5%)

Bachelor
Bachelor
Bachelor
(8.3%)
(8.3%)
(8.3%)
EBP (6.9%) EBP (8.9%) EBP (12%)
ESC Bach- ESC Bach- ESC Bachelor (11.4%) elor (11.4%) elor (11.4%)
MS/MSc
MS/MSc
MS/MSc
(12.2%
(12.2%)
(13%)
((NO
(N
NO 2011)
201
0 1) EXISTENCE
E IS
EX
EXISTE
STENC
TENC
NC
CE OF
CE
F
AN SD
A
D COR
C
CORE
OR
RE TEA
TE
TEACHING
EAC
CH
HIN
ING
C
CONT
ONTENT
TEN
NT (NO
(NO 2017)
201
2 7))
CONTENT
100%
1
100%
% OF
OF P
PROGRAMMES
PROG
PROGR
GRAMM
RAMMES
MES
INCLUDE
IINC
CLU
LU
UD
DE AN
A SD
D COURSE
C
COU
OU
URSE
E

Proportion of elective courses

ESC 2 (16%)
MS/MSc
(20%)

ESC (18%) ESC (19%)


MS/MSc
MS/MSc
(35%)
(--%)
MBA (4.8%) MBA (4.8%)

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

Mandatory for
0% all new faculty C
members

CeseMed
(15%)
EBP
(12%)
KEDGE
Bachelor
(2.63%)
ESC
(8.30%)
MS/MSc
(15.38%)

Reframing
of the SD
approach
in the new B
pedagogical
approach

ESC (16%)

ESC Master ESC Master ESC Master


ESC
1&2
1&2
1 & 2 Master 1&2
(10.8%)
(11.9%)
(12.5%)
(12.8%)
Executive Education

Proportion of students /
graduates taking on an
internship / job tackling
SD issues

4
4
Elective
short-term short-term MBA track
courses
courses
+ 10-day
+ 1 + 1 10-day programme
programme programme

Compulsory
courses
(5.6%)
Elective
courses
(4.2%)

FC ESC
FC ESC
FC ESC
(5%)
(5%)
(5%)
FC ISLI (5%) FC ISLI (5%) FC ISLI (5%)
FC MAI
FC MAI
FC MAI
(1 short(1 short(1 shortterm
term
term
course)
course)
course)

FC ESC
(5%)
FC ISLI
(5%)
FC MAI 1
short term
course
PMG (5%)
MS MFO
(10%)

17.5%

19%

20%

22.9%

ACTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 / 2014

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

3. RESEARCH
PUBLICATIONS
P
PUBL
UBL
LICAT
LICATIONS
TIONS
S

A et B articles
C articles
Total of scholary publications
Professional journals,
not peer-reviewed
Book chapters

CNRS
S STARS
S RATINGS

70
42

44

54

55

51

25

35

45

21

66

78

97

121

39

54

74

63

68

15

21

25

39

32

28

28

30

13

20

13

Books

12

11

Number of authors

38

45

52

59

30

35

43

33

Research papers presented


at Conferences

92

93

101

91

85

79

106

93

Case studies (published


in a case clearing house)

10

CNRS articles

38

30

50

86

18

32

43

52

73

59

108

190

87

109

16%

16%

A
A

Number of CNRS Stars

Existence of an interdisciplinary
Group on SD issues
(N
((NO
NO
O 20
2
2011)
011)
1)
INTERDISCIPLINARY
INT
TERDISCIP
TERDISC
CIP
PLINA
PLINA
ARY
ARY
Y
RESEARCH
RE
R
RESE
SE
EAR
E
ARCH
ARCH
H GRO
G
GROUP
RO
OUP ON
OUP
O SD
D Involvement in National /

(SO
(SO)
SO
O) IMP
O)
IMPACT
MP
PA
PACT
ACT
CT OF
O
RESEARCH
R
RE
ES
SE
EAR
ARC
RCH
HW
WORK
RK
K ON
N
THE GENE
THE
G
GE
GENERAL
NE
ERAL
RA
AL PUBLIC
PU
UBL
LIC
C
AND
AN
ND DE
DECISIONS
ECI
E
C SIO
CISIO
ONS M
O
ONS
MA
MAKE
MAKERS
KE
ERS
E
RS
S

42
29

36

Number of Research Chairs


dedicated to SD / CSR

(NO
(NO)
NO
O) RESEARCH
O)
RES
RESEAR
AR
RCH
RCH
IN PARTNERSHIP
IN
PA
PART
RTN
TNE
ER
RS
SH
HIP
P
WITH OTHERS
WITH
OT
OTHER
THERS
RS TYPES
TY
T PES
OF
F ORGANISATIONS
ORG
ORGA
GANISA
ANIS
SATION
AT ON
NS
S

24
19

19

(NO
NO
O 2013)
2013
13) 15%
5% OF
F
Proportion of SD-relevant
RESEARCH
R
RE
SE
EAR
RCH
H PRO
P
PROJECTS
OJE
ECTS
academic output
DEDICATED
D
DEDICATE
EDIC
C ED TO
CATED
O SD
D TOPICS
T
TOP
OPIC
OPICS
CS
S

(NO
O 201
2
2011)
1) NATIONAL
NA
ATION
ATION
NAL
L
EXCHANGE
EX
E
CH
HANGE
HANG
E PLA
P
PLATFORM
LATFO
ATFORM
RM
FOR SD
FOR
SD KN
KNOWLEDGE
NOWL
NOWL
WL
LE
L
LEDGE
EDG
GE

22
14

38

65

36%

35%

24.70%

26.10%

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

NA
NA
NA

International Research
Programmes on SD

Networks where KEDGE BS


is active

Number of SD Research
Projects conducted by students

PRME,
UNGC

RSE PACA,
WIKI 2D,
PRME,
UNGC,
GRLI

168

195

18

20

Institute of
CE100,
Circular,
Institute of
conomy,
Circular
RSE PACA,
conomy,
WIKI 2D, Ore, Institut
Inspire,
PRME,
UNGC, Green Cross,
GRLI RSE PACA,
Ecoplante,
PRME,
GUPES,
GRLI

139
164

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2013-2014 PERFORMANCE INDEX

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

4. SOCIAL POLICY AND LOCAL COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT


HUMA
HUMAN
AN RESOURCES
RESOU
URC
CES
S

Administrative staff
Faculty members
Percentage of men / women
Percentage of french /
non-french
Number of staff training hours

RECRUITMENT
R
RECR
CR
RU TM
RUITM
ME
MENT
ENT
T - MEN
EN
E
N

Management
Non-management

RECRUITMENT
R
RECR
ECR
RU TM
RUITM
MENT
MENT
T - WOMEN
WO
OM
MEN
N

Management
Non-management

IMPA
IMPACT
AC
CT ON
N COMMUNITY
C
COMM
OM
MMUNITY
MMUNITY
N

205

224

277

139

156

165

86

91

93

55

62

75

181

42% / 58%

42% / 58%

42% / 58%

40% / 60%

39% /61%

37% / 63%

84% / 16%

82% / 18%

83% / 17%

81% / 19%

91.6% /8.4%

90% /10%

89% / 11%

86% / 14%

2,788

2,812

3,395

2,389

4,265

11

Student employment
contracts (xed-term)
Number of student
associations

((NO)
NO
O) BE
REPRESENTATIVE
RE
REP
EPRES
PRES
SENTA
S
SENTA
TA
AT VE
ATIVE
E
O FRENCH
OF
FR
RENC
CH SOCIETY
SO
OCIETY
((A
(AS
AS
SP
PE
PER
ER
RS
SOC
SOCIOO IO
OCIOO
EC
ON
ONOM
NOM
MIC
MIC,
C, GENDER,
G ND
GE
GEND
DER
DER,
R
ECONOMIC,
MINORITY
MIN
M
NO
ORITY
OR
Y AND
AND
DISABILITY
D
DI
DISABI
AB
BI ITY STATUS)
BILITY
STA
TA
AT
A
ATUS)
TUS)
S))
FOR
F
FO
R BO
B
BOTH
TH ST
S
STUDENTS
TU
UD
DE
ENT
NTS
TS
AND
A
AN
ND STA
STAFF
AFF

213
147

41
26

23

21

21

3.7%

3%

2%

1%

1%

1.2%

11.8%

18%

16%

11%

11%

11.30%

47

41% / 59%

4,439
0
6
4
13
51
52

Social origin of students


Agro-shing industry
Self-employed workers,
business owners
(over 10 employees)
Senior management
& knowledge-based
professions
Intermediate-level workers
White-collar workers
Blue-Collar workers
Retired
Unemployed
Other

40%

49%

46%

50%

49%

49.30%

17.9%

12%

10%

12%

12%

12.82%

9.6%

6%

6%

10%

10%

9.80%

2%

3%

4%

2%

2%

1.4%

3%

5%

6%

5%

6%

5.4%

2.8%

1%

1%

9%

2%

9%

9%

3%

9%

0%

6%

0%

1.7%
16.9%

51.7%
7.9%
3.1%
6%
5.5%
0.1%
7.1%

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

ACTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 / 2014

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

STUDENT
S
STUD
TUD
DEN
DENT
NT GENDER
GE
END
D
DER

Women
Men

HR
HR

Proportion of women in
management and senior
management positions / sitting
on the Board of Directors
Proportion of seniors

EQUAL
E
QU
QUA
AL O
OP
OPPORTUNITY
PPO
POR
ORT
TUN
UNIT
TY
EFFORTS
E
EFFORT
FFORTS
TS

((N0)
N0)
N0
0) 6%
6% P
PE
PERSONNEL
ERSO
ERS
ONNE
NN
NEL
L
((STAFF
(STAF
ST
TAF
FF AND
FF
AN
ND FACULTY)
ND
FA
ACU
ACULT
ULT
TY) /
TY)
STUDENTS
ST
STU
TUDEN
UDEN
NTS WITH
N
NTS
WITH
W
AD
DISABILITY
DIS
SAB
BILITY
Y

((SO)
SO
O) RESOUR
R
RESOURCES
ESOURCES
RCE
ES
DEDICATED
DE
EDICA
DICA
ATE
A
AT
TED
D TO
T STUDENT
ST
TUDENT
TUDE
NT
T
WELL-BEING
W
WE
WELL
L-B
L
BEIIN
NG
G AN
A D
AND
PSYCHO-SOCIAL
P
PSYCHO-S
SYC
CHO-S
H SOCIA
SO
S
OCIA
AL ISS
AL
ISSUES
SS
SUES
SUES
S

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

39%

45%

47%

49%

49%

49%

61%

55%

53%

51%

51%

51%

14.23% /
23%

14.23% /
23%

14.23% /
23%

20.83% /
14.28%

20.83% /
14.28%

20.83% /
14.28%
29%

Results
2013 / 2014

45% /
30%

21%

760

25 (+1,000
students)

12%
35.80%

374

357

318

120

10

13

14 (+200
students)

New students exempted


from tuition fees
(per year / cumulated)

0 /14

3 /14

3 /20

8 / 14

NA

NA

NA

NA

Number of government
scholarships (CROUS)

466

688

717

829

483

624

563

621

Number / amount
of School scholarships

70 /100.5 K 147/200 K

113/190 K

Number / amount of
EU funding for mobility

280/587 K 521/627 K 580 /735 K 194 /300 K

Proportion of staff / number


of students with disabilities
Existence of a department
dedicated to integration
of international students
Staff involved in wellness team

156/302 K 178/277 K 162 /282 K

161 / 400 K

693/
970 K

877/
1,122 K

841/
1,092 K

222/
264 K

2.3% / 6

1% / 12

1% / 12

0.5%
(3 staff / 24
students)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

13

2 rooms

3 rooms

32.6

48.2

Infrastructure
Budget allocated
to wellness (K)

Trends

52%

12%

Number of apprenticeship /
professional contracts
(work study)

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

48%

31.20%

Number of equal opportunities


projects / Number of students
involved
FINANCIAL
F
IN
NANC
ANCIAL
AL A
AID
ID
D / (NO
(NO)
NO)
O)
100
100%
0% O
0%
OF
F STU
S
STUDENTS
UDEN
UDEN
NTS
SA
AND
ND
D
STA
S
STAF
STAFF
AFF LIV
L
LIVING
VIN
V
ING
GA
ABOVE
ABOV
ABOV
VE
V
E
P
POVE
POVERTY
OVERT
TY T
TH
THRESHOLD
HR
RE
ESH
HOLD
H
D

2010 / 2011

53.2

A
A

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2013-2014 PERFORMANCE INDEX

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

((NO)
NO
O) RAISE
RAIS
RA
SE
E AWAR
A
AW
AWARENESS
WA
AREN
REN
NESS
NESS
S
OF ALCOHOL
AL
ALCO
LCO
OHOL
OHOL
L AND
AND
D DRUG
DRU
DRU
UG
ABUSE
A
BUS
SE ISS
ISSUES
SS
SUES
S FOR
FO
OR
R
1 % OF S
100%
STUDENTS
ST
T DENTS
E S

Awareness initiatives
on wellness issues

17

32

30

Staff satisfaction rate

12.9%

13.1%

12.1%

NA

Participation rate in the


HR staff satisfaction survey
Staff turnover rate (%)
Internal mobility rate
Absenteeism rate
(including long disease)
Number of days absent due
to accidents at work / number
of persons concerned
Number of sick days /
number of people concerned
(NO
O 2013)
2 3) 100%
201
100%
%
O ST
OF
STAFF
TAF
T
TA
TAFF
FF
F (FACULTY
((FA
(FAC
AC
CULTY
ULTY
U
Y
&N
NO
NON-FACULTY)
N-F
FA
ACU
ULT
U
TY)
Y)
RECEIVING
RE
RECE
ECEIVIN
C IV
VING
I GS
SD
D TR
TRAINING
RA
R
RAINING
AINIIN
N
NG

Percentage of staff receiving SD


training during current year

(NO)
((N
(NO
O) 30%
3 % OF
30
O SOLIDARITY
SO
OL DA
OLIDA
AR TY
ARITY
Y
AND
A
AN
D CO
COOPERATION
OOP
OPE
PER
RATIO
RATIO
ON
IINITIATIVES
INI
IN
TIA
IATIVE
ATIVES
ES AIMED
A
AIM
IMED
MED AT
A
DEVELOPING
D
DEVE
EVE
VE
EL
E
L
LOPIN
PING
N COUNTRIES
COUNTR
CO
O NT
T ES
TRIES
S

Local / International
solidarity projects

57.20%

NA

57%

NA

72%

60%

42%

NA

58.40%

NA

58%

NA

6.2%

4.3%

5.2%

2.06%

2.18%

NA

1.6%

0.01%

NA

4.38%

2.05%

3.8%

4.22%

2.49%

15 days /
1 person

45 / NA

1,709 / 32

1,435 / 27

640 / 52

2,032 / NA

1,288 / NA

NA

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

1.5%
0
5.3%
465 days /
5 persons
ND

0.17%

Awareness
seminar for
all new C
employees

53% / 47%

58% / 42%

54% / 46%

7%

2%

1.3%

15.6%

4.9%

46% / 33%

45% / 55%

ACTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 / 2014

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

5. ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPUS MANAGEMENT


((SO
SO
O 202
2
2020)
020)
0) REDUCE
RE
REDU
EDU
UCE
UCE
GR
REE
R
EENH
NH
HOUS
H
HOUS
S GA
SE
A
AS
GREENHOUSE
GAS
EMISSIONS
EM
E
MIS
SS
SIO
ON
NS
S BY
BY 40%
40%

Total Emissions
(mtce, metric tons carbon
equivalent)

Carbon footprint
per student (mtce) with /
without trips abroad
(NO
(NO)
NO
O) INT
O)
INTEGRATE
NT
TEGR
TEGR
RATE
A E SOCIAL
AT
SOCIA
SOCIA
AL
AL
A D ENV
AN
AND
EN
ENVIRONMENTAL
NVIRON
RO
ONM
MENT
MEN
TAL
AL
L
IINDICATORS
ND
NDICAT
DICATORS
TORS IN MAR
MA
MARKETS,
AR
RKETS,
KE
ETS
WITH
WIT
TH A MINIM
M
MINIMUM
NIMUM
M M
WEIGHTING
W
WE
WEI
EIGHTI
HT
TIN
NG
GO
OF
F 30%
30
0%

Weighting of social and


environmental criteria
in procurement

NA

11,690

NA

NA

560 mtce
(excl.
campus 3.
Mrignac
and Frt)

NA

NA

NA

NA

2.09 / 0.18

id

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

10%

10%

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

50%

NA

NA

NA

29%

100% /
11.45 tons

100% /
12.12 tons

100% /
13 tons

100% /
8 tons

NA

0% /
10.4 tons

0% /
11 tons

0% /
7,6 tons

40 tons
91 m3* 60 m3 /20 m3
(compacted) (compacted)

10 tons

Percentage of purchasing
contracts with CSR
requirements attached

((NO
NO
O2
2010)
010)
010 100%
% OF
OF W
WOO
WOOD
OOD
D
CERTIFIED
C
CERT
ERT
TIFIED
IFIED
DO
OR SOUR
SO
SOURCED
UR
RCED
RCED
FROM
FR
FRO
ROM
MS
SUS
SUSTAINABLY
USTA
USTA
AINAB
A
AINAB
BLY
B
BLY
MANAGED
M
MA
ANA
A
AG
GED
D FORESTS
FO
OR
RES
STS
S
S

Quality / Quantity
of paper consumed
(excl. promotional tools)

PRODUCT
PRO
RODUC
UC
CT / RESOURCE
CT
RESOU
E OU
URCE
URCE
E
C
CO
ON
NS
SUM
UM
MP
PTI
TIO
ON
N
CONSUMPTION
**ESTIMATES
*ESTIM
ES
STIMATES
ATES INCLUDING
IN
NCL
NCLUDIN
LUD
DING
NG
STUDENT
ST
STU
UDEN
UDEN
N AC
NT
ACTIVITIES
CTIVIT
C
CTIVIT
TIE
T
IES
S

Cardboard m3

Carbon
footprint on
campus and C
offsetting

NA

NA

NA

8.3 tons

Cans

80,000*

55,208*

45,350*

34,738

27,412

21,793

17,942

0.81 tons

Glass

28,000*

11,000*

8,404*

NA

NA

0.55 tons

110,000*

58,100*

121,500*

148,000

Plastic cups
Plastic bottles
Light bulbs

84,985

77,372

79,583

28,000*

11,010*

17,493*

16,516

9,458

21,845

10,311

0.41 tons

2,000

600

580

510

302 tons
Computers & electronic
products

30 screens
40 CPUs
10 printers

NA
10 screens
40 CPUs
14 printers

32 screens 57 screens
14 printers
5 printers
43 CPUs
177 CPUs
45 projectors 15 projectors
Total = 134 Total = 254
Ink Cartridges

190 CPUs
200 CPUs
- 45 LCD 50 laptops
monitors
About
- 61 CRT
12 m3 of
various
monitors
- 50 laptops waste (old
cables,
Approx.
12 m3 keyboards,
of various mouses...)
waste (old 41 dynamic
screens
cables.
34
keyboards.
mouses) classroom
screens
6 TV
60 Video
projecteurs
23 screens
1 printer
122 CPUs
0 projector
Total = 146

NA

277

226

285

285

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P. 14-15

2013-2014 PERFORMANCE INDEX

MAIN INDICATOR / SD
OBJECTIVES
(NO: NATIONAL /
IO: INSTITUTIONAL)

KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

((NO)
NO
O) EARN
EARN
NA
AT LEAST
LEA
AST
ST
B GRAD
GRA
GRADE
G
ADE (EN
((ENERGY
EN
NERGY
NERG
A D CL
AN
AND
C
CLIMATE)
IM
MATE)
AT ) FOR
FOR
RENOVATED
R
RE
RENO
NO
OV
O
OVATE
VATE
TE
ED BUILDINGS
ED
BU
UILDI
UILDIN
DIN
NGS
S
AND
A
AN
DAG
GRA
GRADE
RAD
ADE FOR
FO
F R NEW
N W
NE
BUILDINGS
BU
UILDIN
LDINGS
GS
((NO)
NO)
NO
O) 20%
% OF
O ENERGY
EN
ENE
NERG
RG
GY
FROM
FR
FRO
ROM
O GREEN
GR
G
R EN
N SOU
SOURCES
OU
URCE
U
URCE
ES
ES

(NO)
(NO
O) 20%
O)
% OF
O ORGANIC
OR
ORGAN
RGANIC
NIC
AND LOCA
A
AND
LO
L
LOCALLY-SOURCED
CA
ALL
A
ALLY-S
LY-SOUR
SOUR
RCED
R
RCED
D
PRODUCTS
P
PROD
DUC
CTS
S IN CATERING
CAT
C TERIN
NG

2010 / 2011

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

Results
2013 / 2014

Electricity consumption (KWh)

1,587,892

1,298,079

1,325,190

1,475,000

1,423,387

1,374 474

1,448,954

1,441,357

Gas consumption (KWh)

2,207,889

1,539 804

1,492,111

1,800,000

1,895,804

1,579,358

1,520,152

640,635 m3

115.26

106.84

108
(approx.
38.997
per year)

210

0%

NA

Average green energy


production / day (KWh)

Launch of
Sustainable
Food Service
project

Proportion of organic,
locally-source and fair-trade
products

Ojectives
2014 / 2015

Trends

C
NA

(NO)
(NO
O) REDU
O)
REDUCE
REDUCE
UCE
E WA
W
WASTE
WAST
STE
E
B 2%
BY
% (ON
(ON
N A CONSTANT
CO
ONST
O
ONST
TAN
T
ANT
BASIS)
B
BA
ASIS
AS
S)

Tonnage of waste

50 bins

12 bins
(July-Nov) +
15.7 tons

20 bins

97.061 tons 56.842 tons 66.916 tons


(N
((NO)
NO
O) ACHIEVE
ACHIE
A
HIEVE PROPER
P
PROP
PER
PE
R
Paper recycling
SELECTIVE
SE
SELE
L CT
LECT
TIVE SORTING
TIVE
SOR
RTIING
I G
F R 100%
FO
FOR
100
1
0% OF
OF WASTE
WASTE AND
W
WAST
AN
A D
A7
75%
5% RECYC
R
RECYCLING
ECYC
CLING
NG
G RATE
R
RAT
AT
TE
Cardboard recycling

20%
0

19 bins 20.32 tons


-

80%

80%

90%

41.7%

9.1%

7.03%

50%

95%

90%
7.49%

Light bulbs

100%

100%

100%

100%

NA

NA

NA

NA

Computers & electronic


products recycling

Stored

Stored

Stored

Stored

1.1 t

0.79 t

0.89 t

NA

Ink cartridges recycling

91%
reconditioned
9%
dismanted

96%
reconditioned
4%
dismanted

87%
reconditioned
13%
dismanted

87%
reconditioned
13%
dismanted

96%

96%

96%

NA

((NO) WATER
(NO
W E
WA
WATE
ER
CONSUMPTION
C
CO
CONS
NS
SUMP
SUMP
PTION
PTION
N LESS
LES
SS
S
THAN
T
TH
AN
N 3M3
3M3
3 PER
PER
R YEAR
Y
YE
EAR
EAR
PER
PE
P
R FULL
F
FU
FULL-TIME
L-T
TIME
ME
STUDENT
ST
S
STUD
TUD
DE
D
DENT
E T

Water consumption (m )

(N
((NO)
NO
NO)
O)) RATE
RATE
RA
TE
E OF
OF PUBLIC
P
PU
UB
UBL
BL
LIC
IC
TRANSPORTATION
T
TR
AN
ANS
NSP
PO
ORT
RTA
ATION
ATIO
N USE
US
U E
HIGHER
HIG
HIGH
HER
ER
R TH
THA
THAN
HA
AN RE
REGIONAL
EGION
GION
NAL
L
AVERAGE
AV
A
AVER
VER
RAG
R
A E (REFE
AGE
(R
(REFERENCE:
EF
FEREN
EREN
NC
N
NCE:
CE:
URBAN
UR
U
RBA
BA
AN PU
PUBLIC
UBLIC
IC
C
TRANSPORTATION
T
TR
TRAN
ANSP
NSP
PORTATION
PORTAT
ION
N PLAN)
P AN)
PLA
AN)
((NO
(NO)
O) ACHIEVE
ACHIIEVE
A
ACHI
EVE BUSINESS
E
BUSIN
B
BUSIN
NESS
N
NESS
S
TRIPS
T
TR
RIP
IPS
SO
OF FA
FACULTY/
AC
CU
ULT
TY/
TY
RESEARCH
RE
RESE
ESEAR
S AR
RCH STAFF
RCH
STA
AFF
FF
F
MEMBERS
M
ME
MEM
EMBERS
BERS
S AND
AND
D
OPERATIONAL
O
PERAT
PERATI
TIONAL
NA
AL ACTIVITIES
AC
ACT
CTIV
VIT
ITI
TIES

Carbon footprint for daily


travel (public transportation /
petrol-based vehicles)

((NO)
(NO
O) 100%
100% OF
OF GR
GREEN
GREE
G EEN
N
SPACES
SP
S
SPAC
PAC
CE
C
E E
ES
EC
ECOLOGICALLY
COLO
COLO
OG
O
OGICA
G CA
AL
A
ALLY
L Y
MANAGED,
M
MA
ANA
NA
AGED,
ED
D, WITH
WIT
W TH 0%
%
PESTICIDES
PE
PESTIC
STICIDE
DES
ES

8,241
8,351
8,331 9,934 (1.63
(1.5 m3
(1.4 m3
(1.3 m3
m3
per student) per student) per student) per student)
NA

Greenhouse gas emissions


linked to transportation
Compensation tax
for transportation

Preserving biodiversity
and natural resources

5,682
6,278
9,839
(1.88 m3
(2.11 m3
(2.09 m3
per student) per student) per student)

155 / 185

91.48%

A
C
A
C
A
C

Study in
progress C
0%
pesticides

0%
pesticides
and
biodiversity
ESR

Id

Adoption
of a
biodiversity
charter and
action plan

ACTIVITY
AC
CT VIT
CTIVITY
TY AND
ND
D SUS
SUST
SUSTAINABILITY
ST
T NA
TA
TAINA
AB
A
ABILIT
B IT
TY REP
REPORT
EP
PO T 2013
PORT
20 3 / 2014
2 4
20

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