Today’s global result sees the CEMS Master’s in International Management first in the 3-year ranking and improved performances in 8 categories.
An intensive CEMS block seminar took place at the University of Economics, Prague from 5th to 9th September. This seminar is a part of CEMS MIM study program, which is traditionally amongst the highest rated programs in the Financial Times ranking.
During one week there has been an intensive course for Paris Sorbonne University students at the University of Economics, Prague (VŠE), more than 1 000 teachers of French language have met at the European Congress and IFTG graduates meet at the French embassy in the Czech Republic.
With the effect from September 1, 2011, the new director of Development and Counselling Centre, Jiří Knap, has been appointed to his function by the President of VŠE, prof. Richard Hindls. The main goal of the Center is to develop cooperation with business and to promote job offers among students and alumni.