Regional Events

CEMS Regional Events

Every year, student clubs work on a rotating basis to offer an event to their fellow students and corporate partners in their region that focuses on a particular business topic and includes company presentations, case studies, skill seminars, networking and in some cases, company interviews. It's a great occasion for students to network and broaden their understanding of business topics of concern to a particular region within the CEMS alliance and for corporate partners to meet local CEMS students.


The CEMS APAC week is a yearly online event which aims to provide interaction and engagement between CEMS Corporate Partners and CEMS students with an interest in the region. It is organised by the CEMS Global Alliance and designed in close collaboration with the CEMS Asian-Pacific schools: The University of Sydney Business School, HKUST Business School, Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Keio University, Korea University Business School and National University of Singapore.

DACH Forum

The CEMS DACH Forum is a yearly rotating regional event which is organized by CEMS students from the three top business schools located in the DACH-area: University of Cologne, University of St. Gallen and Vienna University of Economics and Business.


Marenostrum ("Our Sea" in Latin) was a Roman name for the Mediterranean Sea. Today, it is amongst the most important regional Business Forums organised by CEMS students from four top business schools in the Mediterranean Region: Bocconi University, Nova School of Business and Economics, ESADE Business School and Koç University.

Nordic Forum

The CEMS Nordic Forum is the largest annual CEMS conference and career event in Scandinavia, organised on a rotating basis by the four Nordic CEMS schools: Aalto University, Copenhagen Business School, Norwegian School of Economics, and Stockholm School of Economics.

V4 Conference

The V4 Conference is an annual CEMS event in Central Europe, hosted on a rotating basis by CEMS member schools of the Visegrad Group which includes Corvinus Business School, SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Prague University of Economics and Business.