CEMS MIM has ranked in the top 10 of The Economist MiM ranking

26 May

The Master’s programme CEMS MIM taught at the Faculty of Business Administration has been ranked 9th in the Master in Management Rankings by The Economist.

“In an increasingly polarised world the fact that the CEMS Masters in International Management has been ranked number nine in the new Economist Masters in Management rankings is a timely reminder that global prosperity and peace are best served by breaking down barriers, rather than erecting them. CEMS, a global alliance of academic and corporate institutions, exists to prepare future generations of international business leaders to lead organisations in a multilingual, multicultural and interconnected business world. Our graduates are global citizens who understand the value of cultural diversity and how it can be harnessed to create benefits for society as a whole. We look forward to the future with confidence, knowing that CEMS graduates will be leading in many of the world’s most significant organisations.” – Roland Siegers, CEMS Executive Director

The University of Economics, Prague is proud to be one of the 30 academic members of the CEMS Alliance from 1998. Students can submitt the application for the academic year 2018/2019 by February 28, 2018.

The ranking can be seen here.