Average salaries of CEMS alumni three years after graduating ($98,977) were well above the average salaries reported by alumni of all participating providers ($81,537).
The CEMS MIM is delivered through a global network of 34 of the world’s top business schools in collaboration with 70 corporate partners (multinational companies) and 7 social partners.
“The fact that so many of our Academic Member business schools have performed outstandingly in the FT MiM rankings reinforces our reputation for both the quality of our student experience and the exceptional employability of our graduates,” says Nicole de Fontaines, CEMS Executive Director.
Due to the nature of its delivery across 34 business schools the FT does not include the CEMS MIM in its ranking but it does give figures for alumni career progression.
CEMS is a global network of 34 of the world’s top business schools, 70 corporate partners (multinational companies) and 7 social partners (NGOs), dedicated to educating and preparing future generations of international business leaders, through the top ranked CEMS Master in International Management (MIM).
The CEMS’ MIM emphasises personal and social responsibility in business decision-making, leadership and citizenship, informed by ethical reasoning, personal integrity, and respect for social diversity. The programme helps students understand and navigate the international business environment, whilst equipping them with the knowledge, skills and network to manage people across borders and within multinational teams, tackling real business issues across a range of fields.
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