About the Report

The 17th Edition of the ISAE Sustainability Report presents the results and the maintenance of our commitments in a year that was challenging and special, as it was the twenty-fifth year of the Institution's history.


With a reporting methodology that values good educational practices, we publish information about our Institution and the innovative strategies that have allowed us to continue in the midst of a global pandemic.


The Sustainability Report is the embodiment of our greater commitment to transparency in relation to our stakeholders and the international initiatives to which we are signatory, such as the Global Compact, the Principles for Responsible Executive Education - PRME, United Nations Academic Impact and the Development Goals Sustainable.




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ISAE is a Business School founded in 1996 in Curitiba, Paraná (Brazil), which from the beginning guided its development in the formation of leaders aware of their role and responsibilities towards society.

During these 25 years, thousands of professionals had their histories crossed with that of ISAE, in a training process always attentive to trends and management models practiced in the best companies and organizations in the world.

Reporting dimesions


For the second time, we used the University Social Responsibility Indicators System (IRSI) - advanced level - guidelines created in 2008, by a PRME working group in Latin America.


There are 181 indicators, divided into 05 dimensions:


Liderança e Estratégia

Operation Administration



Extension and social projection


Sustainability Commitment

Society faces a new paradigm that requires a collective effort from different sectors of society. We reaffirm our commitment to the Decade of Action, to positively contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals through the 33for2030 strategy.


As a result of the analysis carried out by the annual process
consultation with stakeholders, we realize that we still have many opportunities to positively impact the 2030 Agenda.

In addition, through the innovation and leadership of our students, employees and teachers, we can go further and enhance positive actions and build solutions to minimize or eliminate risks.


There are different ways to contribute to 33 goals selected within the 17 SDGs, through a process of analysis and prioritization of the business model.





In this English version of the Report you will find an account of each of the dimensions of the University Social Responsibility Indicators System (IRSI), their respective responses and connections with the other initiatives.

Past editions

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