The MSc International Management/CEMS is an exclusive international management program that combines two degrees into one 24-months program – WU’s MSc and the CEMS MIM. The program will provide you with the know-how and skills to succeed in a global business environment and to become a multicultural as well as a multilingual leader.
The program has reached an outstanding 11th place in the Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2020.
WU has been awarded CEMS School of the year in 2020 for the second time since 2015 in recognition of its commitment to the network and the outstanding quality of the WU Master’s in International Management/CEMS (MIM) program.
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Some of the core elements of the program are studying a term abroad at one of the exclusive partner schools, collecting work experience during an international internship, and completing a business project as well as skills development workshops, many of which are co-designed by our experienced CEMS Corporate Partners. This enables our culturally diverse students to benefit from an international education providing them with the opportunity to have privileged access to the recruitment pool of highly renowned companies and to contribute to and benefit from the worldwide CEMS network.
A top program in International Management
In 2019, WU's Master in International Management / CEMS (MIM) participated in the Economist Masters in Management ranking for the first time and made a sensational debut, coming in at 5th place out of 40 programs from around the world.
Admission and Application
This year, the rolling admissions for our English-taught master’s programs open on September, 1st for the start in the following year. We have two priority deadlines, and we advise international students to apply as early as possible so that they can arrange their Visa and language tests.
Priority deadline I: October, 8th (Results are expected to be available by mid-December)
Priority deadline II: January, 8th (Results are expected to be available by the end of March)
For detailed information on the application requirements and admission process, please visit the program’s website.
Please find all relevant information regarding the tuition fees here.
WU Master's Day 2021
If you are interested in studying at WU Vienna and would like to get more information on the 8 English-Language and 7 German-Language programs, you are invited to visit our online event WU Master's Day later this year on November 24, 2021. You have the opportunity to attend online live sessions and chat with program directors and managers. Please find more information here: wu.at/mastersday.