Model of Global Ethics of the U-EENI University

U-EENI University Project

Ethics as one of the Pillars in Education in International Business

How the U-EENI University wants to solve the problem related to the tendency to an education in business without values

  1. Implementing its model of global ethics.
  2. Teaching subjects about:
    1. The main world religions, their ethical principles and their influence in business: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Taoism...
    2. Global Ethics.
    3. How to avoid corruption in international business.

      No to Corruption in Business
  3. Offering a Professional Doctorate and Master in “Global Ethics, Religions, and Business.”
  4. Empowering research on Ethics, Religions, and Business
  5. Creating groups of students from different cultures and religions
  6. Implementing the CV-Watch Project (monitoring the professional life of the alumni)
  7. Creating the Ahimsa Institute
    1. Mission: Encourage the Ahimsa Principle (Nonviolence) in international business and the Harmony between Religions
    2. Vision: “Towards an Ahimsa Global Economic Area” (Vision based on the Dalai Lama)

Comparison of the possibility of offering training with global values between a Traditional University and the U-EENI University:

Education with global values

Previous consideration: the interreligious and intercultural environment in which acts the U-EENI University

Model of Global Ethics of the U-EENI University

The U-EENI University has developed its model of global ethics, that is, those values shared by the humanity, based on world religions (84% of the humanity) like traditions of wisdom and sources of a model of global ethics.

The two pillars of the global ethics model of the U-EENI University are:

  1. The Principle of Harmony of Religions (Knowledge and respect for the world's religions)

    Harmony of Religions

  2. Application of the Ahimsa Principle (Nonviolence) in business.

    Ahimsa Nonviolence in Business

 These two principles are implicit in all the world higher religions. Our model of global ethics is based on a reflection by the British historian Arnold Toynbee:

“The principle of nonviolence of Gandhi and Sri Ramakrishna's testimony to the harmony of religions: here we have the approach and spirit that can make it possible for the humanity to grow together into one family.”

This model of global ethics is the guiding principle of the U-EENI University.

The model of Global Ethics of the U-EENI University is based on the Model of Global Ethics developed by EENI (Global Business School) in 2011.

In all the subjects on “Business and Religion”, we have included cases of personalities, businessmen and businesswomen of the world, almost all of them are also largest philanthropists, who in one way or another, are applying these principles in their business models. The in-depth analysis of these cases has significantly influenced the development of our model of global ethics, and we would like that can serve as a reference for our students.

Examples of the application of business models of the principles of Harmony of Religions and Ahimsa Business.

Advantages for the Student of the Model of Global Ethics of the U-EENI University

  1. Knowledge. Students will know the different religions of the world and how they influence on business.
  2. Respect. Only this knowledge will allow them to respect.
  3. Principles. Students trained to act in an Ahimsa way (honest, truthful, upright, not to corruption...) in business

Advantages for companies

  1. Positive evaluation of students with education in International Business but also with ethical principles, respect for other religions and the ability to act in an Ahimsa (non-violence) way in business.

Advantages for the U-EENI University

  1. Interreligious positioning based on the principle of harmony of religions
  2. This positioning does not imply any proselytism
  3. Indispensable in the most important markets for the U-EENI University: Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America...

Strategic markets U-EENI University

The U-EENI University is aware that can try to transmit these values and principles to its students, but it is impossible to guarantee that they act with ethical principles.

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