BEM's commitment is expressed on a daily basis through a wide range of initiatives.
With regards to governance, the BEM Executive Board is open to both internal stakeholders (student, faculty and staff representatives) and external stakeholders (institutional organisations and businesses). Other bodies such as teaching committees, the Associations Board, the Consultative Committee or the Hygiene Committee ensure that all BEM’s stakeholders have a voice.
BEM also implements initiatives aimed at promoting equal opportunities and cultural, social and international diversity (students from underprivileged backgrounds benefit from a solidarity fund and can take part in a work-study scheme as part of the ESC programme).
BEM also lends material, financial and educational support to local and international solidarity-based projects.
Finally, the School is committed to the responsible management of its campus (waste, transport, energy and water, carbon footprint).