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Providing cross-disciplinary and multidisciplinary knowledge, skills, and abilities on digital (D), environmental (E), social (S), and proper governance (G) transformation issues useful for the training of a new professional figure, the Impact Manager.

The new figure will be capable of successfully integrating and implementing sustainability themes with digitalization in corporate strategies, monitoring and reporting performance, and effectively communicating with the market.

With these objectives, the Master’s program, which belongs to the eighth level (the highest) in the European Qualifications Framework (EQF), aims to meet a significant demand coming from companies and institutions, essential to ensuring virtuous sustainability over time while also responding to new regulatory and international market needs.

The first edition was inaugurated on Friday, April 5th (press release), while the start of classes is scheduled for Monday, April 8th, 2024.


The professional figure intended to be trained integrates current Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Diversity Manager, and other figures with vertical skills present in more developed companies and makes them implementable in all business contexts, regardless of size and sector.

The Impact Manager plays a key role in managing corporate processes and the performance parameters by which they are measured (KPIs) from a digital (D), environmental (E), social (S), and good governance (G) perspective. These KPIs need to be horizontally integrated into every aspect of corporate life.

The role of the Corporate Impact Manager involves the following activities:

  • Strategic D-ESG (Digital Environmental, Social, and Governance) content identification within the company’s scope.
  • Sharing of strategic D-ESG content within the company and with external stakeholders.
  • Definition of a plan for implementing shared D-ESG content.
  • Coordination of processes and activities aimed at implementing D-ESG content.
  • Monitoring and internal reporting of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as outputs of implementation processes periodically.
  • External communication of integrated D-ESG performance.
  • Planning and management of actions to achieve a D-ESG Rating.

Essential for this role will be cross-cutting knowledge and skills, both managerial and technical.




With the signing of the Paris Agreement on Climate and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the European Union requires companies to disclose information on social and environmental issues, leading to increased investments in responsible initiatives.



The number of eco-active and conscious consumers continues to grow, choosing companies, products, and services based on the ESG strategies they adopt. Therefore, a company’s ability to create value must consider economic indicators, but it can no longer ignore ESG performance.



ESG certification is a crucial requirement to access financing from banks and other institutions operating in financial markets, demonstrating companies’ commitment to contributing to sustainability goals.



Adopting sustainable business models is no longer a choice but a requirement to remain competitive. Small and medium-sized enterprises are, therefore, pushed to become more sustainable, transparent and pursue ESG certification, even without explicit legal obligations.




  • History of sustainability science and ESG policies and laws

  • Finance for companies, ESG projects, and impacts

  • From financial statements to sustainability reports

  • D-ESG & Impact performance in Management Control

  • ESG, operations and measurements

  • Science supporting ESG and social impact

  • Digital & Technology for social impact & ESG

  • Conscious marketing and communication for ESG strategies and impacts

  • English for ESG & social impact economy

  • Business Laboratory


The curricular internship is worth 18 ECTS credits and requires a mandatory duration of 3 months at one of the companies selected by FDC Consulting Digital ESG. During the curricular internship, students will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained during their studies and acquire new ones through practical experience in a real work environment.

FDC Consulting Digital ESG offers a wide range of partner companies, from large multinational corporations to small and medium-sized enterprises, across various sectors. At the end of the curricular internship, students will be able to present a comprehensive Project Work that will be an integral part of the Master’s final evaluation.


FDC Consulting Digital ESG also includes a 6-month on-site mentoring phase, during which students will be supported by a mentor. The mentor will act as a mediator between the company selected by FDC Consulting Digital ESG and the University.

On-site mentoring represents a valuable opportunity for students seeking to gain experience in the workforce and for companies wishing to collaborate with young talents capable of bringing new ideas and perspectives.


To request information about FDC Consulting Digital ESG services, please fill out the form.

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