Oxford SDG Impact Lab

Enabling students to collaborate with partners in order to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Real-world impact

Our approach integrates a 17-week training programme with a 4-week placement. The training equips students with the transferrable skills needed to lead transformative change in relation to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our placements provide them with the opportunity to apply those skills to collaborate directly with organisations to deliver real-world change.

We’re so pleased to be joining forces with the University of Oxford, combining our deep industry expertise with some of the brightest minds in the country, to help us identify where we can have a real impact.

- Matt Callaghan - Director Customer and Operations easyJet holidays

Our founding partner

The Lab’s founding partner is easyJet holidays, a new and forward-thinking travel company that has taken on the mission of making sustainable travel accessible to everyone.

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Inclusive sustainability

The Lab’s unifying concept of ‘inclusive sustainability’ – a commitment to research and education that support sustainable consumption choices for all.

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Our curriculum covers:

  • Ethics — How do we know what is right?
    Values, character, purpose
  • Evidence — How do we know what works?
    Observation, evaluation, experimentation
  • Engagement — How do we deliver impactful change?
    Communication, collaboration, delivery
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The Oxford SDG Impact Lab offers a unique blend of academic research skills and practical skills, such as project management and leadership, which allows its fellows to make tangible real-world impacts. I’m really excited to put these elements into practice

- Ruby-Anne Birin - SDG Impact Lab Fellow

Work with us

Collaboration is at the heart of our mission. Whether you are a business seeking research-based solutions relating to the SDGs OR a graduate student keen to get involved, we would love to hear from you.