CEMS Masters in International Management ranked 4th by Financial Times
Graduating Class of 2015
The CEMS Masters in International Management programme has climbed to fourth place in this year’s Global Masters in Management (MiM) ranking, produced by the Financial Times.
The ranking, published on Monday, lists the best Masters in Management programmes offered by business schools around the world each year.
The CEMS MiM, which is run through a partnership of 29 leading business schools and universities around the world, has climbed three places in the last two years, and has been included in the top 10 every year since the ranking was established.
Furthermore, 21 of CEMS’ partner institutions are included in this year’s ranking, four of which feature in the top 10; the University of St Gallen, HEC Paris, Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University and Università Bocconi, holding the #1, #2, #5 and #9 spots respectively.
“CEMS is honoured to be recognized as the reference for Masters in Management on a global scale. Together with our member schools, we strive to bring to fruition the business degree of the future, and to graduate leaders that are making a positive impact in the challenging times ahead - not only for businesses, but for humankind.“ –Roland Siegers, CEMS Executive Director
Established in December 1988 by four prominent European schools (ESADE, HEC Paris, Università Bocconi and the University of Cologne), the CEMS alliance pioneered the first truly European business education through one single master’s degree. The programme blends academic excellence with real-life business practice in a global, multi-cultural setting.
Today, CEMS has grown to become a global alliance, catering to more than 1200 students from over 72 nationalities each year. As well as business schools, CEMS encompasses some of the world’s best known organisations, counting almost 70 Corporate and four Social Partners among its members.
More details available to view through the FT MiM Ranking supplement