Master in International Management (CEMS) placed 23rd in The Economist 2021 Masters in Management Ranking
In the current The Economist 2021 Masters in Management ranking, the Master in International Management / CEMS program taught in English at the Faculty of Business Administration ranked 23rd. A total of 102 schools were approached to participate in the ranking. In the end, the results of the top 40 programs were published in the ranking. The global CEMS program has traditionally been among them, in a great 12th place.
Both placements are primarily proof that if students are looking for a quality international management education that will withstand foreign competition, the Prague University of Economics and Business (VSE) is a great choice for them.
The key elements of the Master in International Management (CEMS) program are a high level of teaching, where the program is 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.
The first three places in the ranking are occupied by the French HEC Paris Business School, the Swiss University of St.Gallen, and the French EDHEC Business School.
Part of the ranking methodology was a questionnaire survey conducted among students and graduates, with each school having to meet the minimum requirements for the number of participating respondents from both categories.
The entire ranking can be viewed at economist.com.