CEMS: The Global Alliance in Management Education

CEMS

Founded in 1988, CEMS is a global alliance of 30 of the world’s top business schools and over 75 multinational companies and NGOs dedicated to preparing future generations of responsible global business leaders contributing to a more open, sustainable and inclusive world.

The CEMS academic and corporate members work collectively to develop knowledge and provide education that is essential in the multilingual, multicultural and interconnected business world.

CEMS places particular emphasis upon the following values:

  • The pursuit of excellence with high standards of performance and ethical conduct;
  • Understanding and drawing upon cultural diversity with respect and empathy;
  • Professional responsibility and accountability in relation to society as a whole.

The Masters in International Management (MIM)

The MIM Programme is a one-year ‘consecutive’ Master’s programme in the field of Management, building on previous knowledge acquired by students in their Bachelor’s (or corresponding first cycle) degree studies.

No prior work experience is needed to apply to the MIM. Subsequently, MIM students are typically between 21 and 30 years old.

The content of the programme is practice-oriented and advanced. CEMS Corporate Partners contribute strongly in the creation, implementation and delivery of the local curricula.

Upon completion of the CEMS MIM, CEMS graduates will find themselves in a community of 12,033 alumni of 85 nationalities, working in 75 countries that are highly supportive of each other.

For further information on CEMS or on how to apply for the Masters in International Management, click here.

Alison Simpson
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