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12.09.2017 16:13 Age: 3 yrs

CBS's CEMS MIM has been ranked 9th in the world

The Corvinus Business School’s CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM) ranked in the top 10.

The Corvinus Business School’s CEMS MIM has been ranked 9th in the world in the prestigious 2017 Financial Times ranking issued today (11th September).

Corvinus Business School is one of 30 top business schools located across the world and more than 75 corporate partners and 7 NGOs who together form the CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education which delivers this unique programme.

CEMS academic and corporate members are dedicated to preparing future generations of responsible global business leaders contributing to a more open, sustainable and inclusive world. All CEMS students speak at least 3 languages upon graduation and the MIM involves studying in more that one of the Alliance’s partner business schools whilst enrolled on the programme.

“In an increasingly polarised world the fact that CEMS Masters in International Management has been ranked number 9 in the Financial Times Masters in Management rankings is a timely reminder that global prosperity and peace are best served by breaking down barriers, rather than erecting them.   CEMS, of which Corvinus Business School is a valued member, exists to prepare future generations of international business leaders to lead organisations in a multilingual, multicultural and interconnected business world.  Our graduates are global citizens who understand the value of cultural diversity and how it can be harnessed to benefit society as a whole. We look forward to the future with confidence, knowing that CEMS graduates will be leading in many of the world’s most significant organisations,” said Roland Siegers, Executive Director of CEMS.

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.

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

Besides the CEMS, the Corvinus Business School MSc in Department of Management and Organization repeated the achievement of the last year, took the 70th position between the Management Master programs.

For further information click here.


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