CEMS Master's in International Management

General

Program Description

A unique alliance for high potential global citizens

Established in 1988 by four leading European schools, CEMS has grown into Global Alliance of 32 leading business schools (Bocconi University, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, HEC Paris, ESADE Business School, The London School of Economics and Political Science, amongst others) nearly 70 multinational companies and NGOs that together offer the CEMS Master's in International Management, across 5 continents.

Financial Times ranking: CEMS consistently ranked in the top 10 of the FT Global Master's in Management ranking. In 2019, CEMS ranked 8th.

The Economist ranking: CEMS consistently ranked in the top 10 of The Economist's Master's in Management ranking. In 2019, CEMS moved up one place, ranking 8th.

The CEMS MIM leverages on the combination of the strengths of each CEMS alliance member: each school, each company, each organization, each individual member of the Alliance gives their contribution to turning the CEMS MIM’s experience into the most rewarding Master’s in Management’s experience worldwide. No other program can provide students and Alumni the experience, richness, and network of 32 leading business schools, 65 corporate partners and 7 social partners working together.

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Last updated October 2019

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