CEMS remains on podium of Financial Times Master’s in Management ranking
Today’s global result sees the CEMS Master’s in International Management first in the 3-year ranking and improved performances in 8 categories.
The CEMS MIM this year confirms its long-term success as first in the world for the 3-year ranking. This covers the period 2009-11 where the CEMS MIM finished 1st, 2nd and 2nd.
The CEMS MIM is ranked the No 2 pre-experience Master’s in Management in the world in the global Financial Times ranking for 2011 alone, with the programmes of 8 CEMS member schools in the top 25 and 17 in the overall ranking. These include the University of St Gallen (1st in 2011), HEC Paris (4th), Rotterdam School of Management (10th) and University of Economics, Prague (52th).
The CEMS MIM emerges again as the No 1 programme for combined international results (international faculty, students and board, alumni mobility and international course experience). The programme has been in the top 3 ever since the ranking began in 2005.
The CEMS MIM improved in 8 categories compared with the 2010 ranking, including an "Aims Achieved" score of 86% and a Careers Rank gain of 9 places. It was also ranked 1st in the world for International Faculty, 3rd for International Course Experience and International Students and 5th for International Alumni Mobility.
CEMS is the global alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies, awarding the CEMS Master’s in International Management. Together CEMS members offer high-calibre, internationally-minded pre-experience Master’s students a unique multi-country experience, blending academic excellence and real-life business practice. www.cems.org .
At the University of Economics, Prague the programme is run by the Faculty of Business Administration in cooperation with other faculties. Czech corporate partners are: ČEZ, Pilsner Urquell (SabMiller) and Škoda Auto, a.s. http://cemsmim.vse.cz/english/
Member Schools (26)
|Australia||University of Sydney Business School|
|Austria||WU, Vienna University of Economics & Business|
|Belgium||Louvain School of Management|
|Brazil||Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo-FGV|
|Canada||Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario|
|China||Tsinghua School of Economics & Management|
|Czech Republic||University of Economics, Prague|
|Denmark||Copenhagen Business School|
|Finland||Aalto University School of Economics|
|Germany||University of Cologne|
|Hungary||Corvinus University of Budapest|
|Ireland||UCD, Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School|
|Japan||Keio University, Tokyo|
|Norway||NHH Norwegian School of Economics|
|Poland||Warsaw School of Economics|
|Portugal||Nova School of Business & Economics|
|Russia||Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University|
|Singapore||National University of Singapore Business School|
|Spain||ESADE Business School|
|Sweden||Stockholm School of Economics|
|Switzerland||University of St. Gallen|
|The Netherlands||Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University|
|Turkey||Koç University Graduate School of Business|
|United Kingdom||LSE, London School of Economics & Political Science|
Social Partners (3)
Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International
United Nations Alliance of Civilizations
Corporate Partners (75)
BNP Paribas Fortis
Crédit Agricole S.A.
EF Education First
Fidelity Investment Managers
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Indesit Company s.p.a.
Kowa Company Ltd.
McKinsey & Company
Nomura Securities Co. Ltd.
Procter & Gamble
QBE Insurance Group Ltd.
SABMiller plc (Plzeňský Prazdroj)
Siemens Mgmt Consulting
Škoda Auto a.s.
Vestas Wind Systems A/S
Zurich Financial Services