University of Cologne
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University of Cologne
Founded in 1388, the University of Cologne is one of the oldest and largest universities in Germany with a long-standing tradition. It has gained a consistent and outstanding reputation for maintaining the highest standards in research and education.
The Cologne Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences (WiSo Faculty), one of the six schools of the University and Germany’s largest and most reputable Faculty of its type is EQUIS accredited and regularly ranks among the top providers of management and business education. It is well-known for offering students a vast scope of study fields and specializations, that will give you everything you need to turn your career plans into reality.
MIM programme at this school
The University of Cologne's MSc in International Management/CEMS MIM comprises a carefully designed curriculum, which combines academic theory with business practice. Exposure to top-class teaching and the operational expertise of world-renowned companies gives CEMS students a great opportunity to consolidate previous knowledge and apply newly acquired skills as they go through the programme.
The MSc in International Management is a 2 years programme, including the CEMS MIM during the second year of the master studies.
As the University of Cologne is state-funded, there are no tuition fees, just a biannual “semester contribution” of approx. 280 euros, which includes the semester ticket for public transport throughout the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Living in the city
COLOGNE - AN OPEN MINDED AND SCIENCECENTRED CITY!
Cologne is located within a metropolitan area of about 13 million people in the heart of Germany’s economy making it easy for students and faculty to collaborate with great companies. It is one of Germany’s most attractive locations and offers a vibrant student life.
With around 100,000 students and a lively start-up culture, Cologne is the economic and scientific centre of the Rhineland region. In addition to 17 universities and business schools, the area is also home to numerous internationally renowned research institutions (such as European Space Agency (ESA) or Gesis – Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences) with knowledge transfer to industry and society playing a key role. Successful transfer structures include the university’s Excellence Start-up Center, GATEWAY Start-up Service, the Start-up Network Cologne e.V. and the Digital Hub Cologne.
Cologne is also proud of its reputation as a vibrant and tolerant city that is simultaneously multicultural – with 18% non-German residents – and strong in its local identity.
Karneval, Cologne’s famous carnival season taking place every February, and the popular local beer “Kölsch”, brewed exclusively in Cologne, are only two examples of the vivid cultivation of the city’s traditions.
- 1,09 million inhabitants in city of Cologne*
- 13 million inhabitants in metropolitan area of Cologne*
- 100,706 students in Cologne*
- 34.75 % of Cologne’s total area is covered by public parks, sports grounds and nature areas*
- 1 famous Gothic cathedral, the “Kölner Dom”*
- Unlimited opportunities to fall in love with the city
* Cologne Facts & Figures 2017 by City of Cologne
CEMS Club Cologne
The PIM & CEMS Student and Alumni Club Cologne e.V. is an independent association of students and alumni of the Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne.
Its main intention is to establish a network between members with a variety of activities. In addition, the Club supports incoming international students in their first weeks and throughout their semester at the University of Cologne. Furthermore, the PIM & CEMS Club aims to provide its members with insights into the working environment. With a variety of workshops throughout the year, members get the chance to gain first-hand experience and to establish important contacts for their future career.
With over 1,700 members of the PIM & CEMS Club is one of the largest international networks of its kind in Germany!
- M.Sc. International Management
Term dates for the Master Programme(s)
Course code Title Type of course Start date End date View 14271.0006 Hauptseminar Supply Chain Management und Management Science (Games) Elective View 14259.5007 Insurance Economics Elective View 14015.0008 CEMS Management Skills (University of Cologne) Elective 2020-09 2020-09 View 14266.5007 Consumer Psychology and Behavior Elective 2020-09 2020-12 View 14289.5006 Global Strategy Strategy 2020-09-02 2020-12-11 View 14015.0008 Management Skills Exclusive 2020-09-09 2020-09-12 View 14015.0009 CEMS/MIM Management Skills Elective 2020-10 2020-10 View 14253.5005 Business Simulation (CAPSIM) on Strategy Formulation and Implementation Elective 2020-10 2020-10 View 14253.5004 Strategic Human Resource Management Elective 2020-10 2020-10 View 14259.5000 Value-based Management in Insurance - Theory and Practice Elective 2020-10 2021-01 View 14277.5002 Information Systems and Environmental Sustainability Elective 2020-10 2021-02 View 14289.5010 Economic Engineering Elective 2020-10 2020-11 View 14015.0009 Management Skills Exclusive 2020-10-06 2020-10-09 View 14259.5001 International Financial Management (University of Cologne) Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14271.5006 Supply Chain Management (University of Cologne) Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14266.5008 Practical Applications in Retailing (University of Cologne) Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14259.0107 Capital Market Theory Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14259.0300 Corporate Finance Theory Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14253.5003 Mergers and Acquisitions Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14320.5002 Organizational Behavior Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14320.5001 Consumer Behavior Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14253.5006 Corporate Innovation Elective 2020-11 2021-01 View 14320.5010 Consumption in the Digital Age Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14266.5008 Practical Applications in Retailing Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14266.5002 Retailing Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14259.5004 Financing SMEs Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14259.5010 Empirical Corporate Finance Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14016.5004 International Tax Planning: Transfer Pricing and Supply Chain Planning Elective 2020-11 2020-11 View 14016.5003 Operative Controlling Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14253.5008 Strategic Management Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14259.5101 Capital Market Theory & Corporate Finance Theory Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14259.5001 International Financial Management Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14266.5010 Marketing Performance Management Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14271.5009 Predictive Analytics Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14271.5002 Supply Chain Strategy Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14271.5007 Supply Chain Innovation Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14271.5006 Supply Chain Management Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14277.5000 Analytics and Applications Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14277.5003 Digital Transformation and Innovation Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14314.5003 Core Econometrics I Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14314.5004 Core Econometrics II Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14289.5011 Growth, Energy, Climate Change Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14289.5007 Energy Markets and Regulation Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14289.5000 Information and Strategy Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14302.5102 Macroeconomics Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14302.5003 Financial Intermediation Theory and Financial Regulation Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 16230.5002 Global South, Emerging Economies and New Global Growth Regions (Adv.) Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 16230.5001 Enterprises and Regional Development in the European Union Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14335.5005 Who Rules the Economy? The Political Economy of Labor and Business Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14335.5018 Elections as Instruments of Democracy Elective 2020-11 2020-11 View 14335.5009 Comparing European Democracies Elective 2020-11 2021-02 View 14271.5006 Supply Chain Management (University of Cologne) Elective 2020-11 2020-12 View 14253.5010 Managing Business Ethics in Organzations and Markets Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14320.5003 Behavioral Finance Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14320.5011 Digital Transformations in Organizations Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14259.5009 Empirical Applications in Investments and Finance Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14266.5004 Marketing of Digital Innovations Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14016.5006 Strategic Controlling Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14259.5002 Risk Management Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14266.5005 Customer Relationship Management Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View 14271.5010 Prescriptive Analytics Elective 2020-12 2021-02 View
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