Financial Times: The CEMS MIM is the 3rd Best Master Program in Management

30 Sep

The CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM) was awarded the 3rd position in this year’s ranking of the Financial Times. The program is thus following the consistently high results from years 2005, 2006 and 2007.

Founded in 1988, CEMS is a strategic alliance of 24 business schools covering 4 continents and 56 corporate partners. Only the leading business school from each country can become a member of the CEMS community. CEMS schools are among others HEC Paris, London School of Economics or Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam. In the Czech Republic the member school of CEMS is the University of Economics, Prague. Among CEMS corporate partners are the most prestigious multinational corporations, e. g. L’Oréal, Siemens AG, KPMG, Nokia or Procter & Gamble.

The CEMS MIM provides students with a unique blend of top-level education and professional experience. In the Financial Times ranking it was appraised especially with regard to the following criteria: value for money (1st ranking), international faculty (1st ranking), international alumni mobility (2nd ranking), international course experience (3rd ranking) and students’ international diversity (3rd ranking).


Top 10 Masters in Management

1.   HEC Paris
2.   ESCP-EAP European School of Management
3.   CEMS
4.   LSE
5.   Grenoble Graduate School of Management
6.   Essec Business School
7.   EM Lyon
8.   Rotterdam School of Management
9.   Edhec Business School
10. Mannheim Business School
Source: FT

Since its launch in 2001, the CEMS MIM has been a dedicated pan-European program awarded in conjunction with a Master’s degree from participating students’ home school. There is currently an annual intake of over 700 students of 50 nationalities, with alumni of the program now in excess of 4,500. For more information visit or