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CEMS MIM ranking in Financial Times 2015

The CEMS Masters in International Management programme has been placed 4th in this year’s „Masters in Management Ranking 2015″, maintaining its place in the top 10 every year since the rankings began in 2005. The programme, which is run through a partnership of 29 leading business universities across four continents, is up one place on last year’s position. VŠE has been a member of the CEMS Aliance for the past 17 years.

The ranking measures Masters in Management programmes offered by business schools around the world each year. In total, 19 of CEMS’ partner institutions feature in this year’s ranking – including the top ranked University of St. Gallen in Switzerland (again on the 1st place) and HEC Paris (again on the 2nd place).

Established in December 1988 by four prominent European schools (Spanish ESADE Business School, French HEC Paris, Italian Università Bocconi and German University of Cologne), the CEMS alliance designed the first truly European business education through one single master’s degree. Today, CEMS has grown to become a global programme, catering to more than 1000 students from over 65 countries each year.

According to Financial Times, 95 % of graduates are employed three months after graduation (Value for money rank).

CEMS Alumni Profile*:

  1. 97 % are employed or continuing their studies
  2. 49 % are working outside of their home country
  3. 50 % have worked for a CEMS Corporate Partner
  4. 70 % of those that found a job through CEMS, found it through a CEMS personal contact, Career Forum, MIM Programme element (eg. Business Project), or Job Market.
  5. 18 % are in C-level, Director or Vice President positions
  6. 97 % would recommend the CEMS experience to others
Main sectors of activity: Main functional areas:
Consulting: 20 % Consulting: 23 %
Financial: 15 % Marketing/Communications/Advertising: 13 %
Consumer Goods: 14 % Finance: 13 %
Technology: 11 % General Management: 11 %
Energy: 5 % Sales: 9 %

*Statistics are based on the Student and Alumni Survey conducted in September 2014


More information is available on the CEMS Head Office website.