CEMS MIM succeeded in the Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2020

The CEMS Masters in International Management programme has ranked 13th in this year’s „Masters in Management Ranking 2020″, maintaining its position among top 15 management programmes taught at universities all over the world.

The CEMS programme is run through a partnership of 33 leading business universities across five continents. At the Faculty of Business Administration, it is taught as part of a two-year English programme Master in International Management (MIM), which by itself placed 22nd this year.

As in 2019, the Swiss University of St. Gallen ranked as the first school in the ranking. There was also no change in the second place, which is occupied by HEC Paris (France). And another French school – Essec Business School, then ranked third.

Established in December 1988 by four leading European business 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, gathering more than 1 000 students from over 65 countries each year and over 13 000 alumni worldwide.

The admission procedure at the University of Economics, Prague, consists of 2 intakes. The 1st intake deadline is on February 28, 2021. The 2nd intake is subject to available spots, the deadline is on April 30, 2021. Selected students from both intakes will pass the online Assessment Centre as part of their admission procedure. All the applicants also have to deliver all the required documents before the application deadline.

Global Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2020 can be found here.

CEMS MIM succeeded in the Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2020