CEMS Annual Events 2014 in Brussels
The Networking Event of the Year, CEMS Annual Events 2014, will take place on November 27 – 29, 2014 in Brussels. The Annual Events are organized on a rotating basis by 29 member schools. This year the 26th CEMS Annual Events will be hosted by Belgian Louvain School of Management.
During these three days, close to 3.000 participants will gather in Brussels, assembling young graduates and their relatives, academic staffs, boards members, executives, alumni and corporate partners from all 29 CEMS partner universities. VSE will be represented by following employees: prof. Hana Machková (Rector, Strategic Board Member), prof. Ivan Nový (Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration – home faculty of the CEMS Programme, doc. Jiří Hnilica (Vice-President for International Relations and IS, Executive Board Member), Ing. Ladislav Tyll, MBA (Academic Director), PhDr. Zdena Pošvicová (Language Sub-committee Member), Pavlína Frydrychová (Programme Manager) and Šárka Otčenášková (Communications Manager). The Annual Events are the highlight of the CEMS year. They represent an exceptional opportunity to bring together the entire community for discussions, decision-making and formal announcements. The peak of the event is a graduation of CEMS MIM students which will be held on Saturday, November 29.
In 2013, CEMS Annual Event was held in Barcelona under the auspices of ESADE Business School.
Future CEMS Annual Events
- 2015 – GSOM St Petersburg (date TBC)
- 2016 – SSE Stockholm (dates TBC)
- 2017 – USYD University of Sydney (dates TBC)
- 2018 – Koç University Istanbul (dates TBC)
Admissions for the academic year 2015/2016
The application period is already open, the deadline for submitting the admissions is on February 27, 2015. The Assessment Centre will be held in late March 2015 and in early April applicants will know whether they are admitted. More info is available here: http://cemsmim.vse.cz/english/admission/admission/.
If you have an excellent level of English language (C1), try to apply. CEMS is truly great programme. What makes the program so special? The mandatory part of the CEMS curriculum is one term abroad at some of the 29 CEMS partner universities – only one best business school of each country can be a CEMS school. Furthermore you will be constantly in contact with the companies like Plzeňský Prazdroj, Škoda Auto, Google, L’Oréal, Unibail-Rodamco, A.T. Kearney, Hilti, Vodafone, Indesit and many more. The cooperation with CEMS corporate partners is also a mandatory part of the curriculum. Hence, 95% of CEMS alumni were employed within 3 months of graduation. Some CEMSies find a job also during the CEMS Career Forum which is the 2-day event where companies hire only CEMSies. The CEMS Programme has many other benefits that students would know after becoming a CEMS student, e.g. they notice striking personal development during the studies.