CEMS- The Global Alliance in Management Education, is a strategic alliance of B-Schools, Multi-National Companies and Social Partners around the globe.
What is it?
Master in International Management (MIM) is a whole network includes 31 top B-Schools, 70 highly performing multinational companies, and there are also 5 NGOs dedicated to providing the most effective form of Management Education.
What do we learn?
- The MIM curriculum ensures 5 major learning outcomes- Business Embeddedness, Internationalism, Reflective Critical Thinking, Comprehensive Leadership, and Internationalism.
- They ensure that all the member schools teach the program in almost a similar fashion. So as to inculcate these learning objectives into their students.
What is the role of partner companies?
- The partner multinational companies come into picture by providing the students with internships and recruitments. Which help expand their learning opportunities and expose them to in-depth market functioning and processes.
- Facebook, Google, Bain & Company, Deloitte, H&M, Microsoft and Vodafone are to name a few of the partners.
What are the program highlights?
- CEMS MIM was ranked #5 by the Financial Times in 2015.
- Ranked #4 and #5 for International Exposure and International Mobility respectively, again by Financial Times.
- Students get to study across the world in up to 3 different campuses.
- The alliance has one Student Association in each country, 30 in total.
- Exchange programs in 50 countries with 250+ partner universities.
Which all are the member schools?
|Aalto University School of Business||Finland||Helsinki|
|Copenhagen Business School||Denmark||Frederiksberg|
|Corvinus Business School||Hungary||Budapest|
|ESADE Business School||Spain||Sant Cugat del Vallès|
|Escola de Administração de Empresas||Brazil||São Paulo|
|Graduate School of Management||Russia||St.Petersburg|
|HKUST Business School||Hong Kong, China||Hong Kong|
|Indian Institute of Management Calcutta||India||Kolkata|
|Ivey Business School||Canada||London|
|Koç University Graduate School of Business||Turkey||Istanbul|
|Korea University Business School||South Korea||Seoul|
|Louvain School of Management||Belgium||Louvain-La-Neuve|
|National University of Singapore||Singapore||Singapore|
|Norwegian School of Economics||Norway||Bergen|
|Nova School of Business and Economics||Portugal||Lisboa|
|Rotterdam School of Management||Netherlands||Rotterdam|
|Stockholm School of Economics||Sweden||Stockholm|
|The London School of Economics and Pol. Science||United Kingdom||London|
|The University of Sydney Business School||Australia||Sydney|
|Tsinghua University School of Economics||China||Beijing|
|UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School||Ireland||County Dublin|
|Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez||Chile||Santiago|
|University of Cologne||Germany||Cologne|
|University of Economics, Prague||Czech Republic||Prague|
|University of St.Gallen||Switzerland||St.Gallen|
|Warsaw School of Economics||Poland||Warsaw|
|WU (Vienna University of Economics & Business)||Austria||Wien|
What are the students exposed to?
- International learning experience
- Being a part of the top universities across the globe
- Theoretical learning based on state-of-the-art research outcomes
- Practical knowledge via MNCs
- A valuable networking opportunity with some greatest minds worldwide
What are the requirements to be eligible for the program?
- The student needs to enroll for an MSc program in a member school before starting the MIM program.
- Applicants should have received a Bachelor’s in Management or Economics or a related field. Else you should have successfully completed a one year full-time Masters in any of these fields.
- For those who don’t have English as their mother tongue, or lack a degree issued by an English speaking institution, a TOEFL/IELTS qualification is mandatory.