Master in International Management (CEMS) Lands 13th in Ranking by Poets&Quants

Covering all that matters to prospective students in Master’s in Management Programs, Poets&Quants released its latest composite ranking that comes up with a TOP 25 list from the 40 schools ranked by The Economist and the 100 schools ranked by the Financial Times.

From that race, the Master in International Management (CEMS) program taught in English at the Faculty of Business Administration emerged in a great 13th place, taking yet another feather in its cap. The first three places were taken by the French HEC Paris Business School, the Swiss University of St.Gallen, and the French ESSEC Business School.

Measuring 20 different metrics, The Economist ranks CEMS 23rd, while the Financial Times which uses 17 various metrics for its rankings, places CEMS 14th . The fine prints in the methodology behind the different rankings cover alumni survey responses, school data and accounts, with the biggest weighting taken by the current average salary of alumni.

Both placements are primarily proof that if students are looking for a quality international management education that stacks up against foreign competition, the Prague University of Economics and Business (VSE) is a great choice.

The key features of the Master in International Management (CEMS) program that tip the scales are a high level of teaching, where the program is not only constantly benchmarked by the CEMS alliance, close cooperation with selected corporate partners such as Hilti, Škoda Auto or Plzeňský Prazdroj, but also international exposure because students must complete an internship abroad and spend one semester at a selected foreign university from the CEMS alliance. The alliance currently consists of 34 top world universities and almost 70 corporate partners.

To view the full ranking, go here.

Master in International Management (CEMS) Lands 13th in Ranking by Poets&Quants