Alumni Interviews

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"I loved being an active member of the CEMS community and still profit from the network and friends I made there!"

Humans of CEMS: Antonia Schein

Class of 2020, Nova School of Business and Economics
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"The CEMS degree was a great transition from the theoretical world of business school classes with traditional exams, into a world of case studies, teamwork, skills seminars and business projects. I have always thrived in international environments and English has been my main working language throughout my career. "

Eline Netland

Class of 2011, Norwegian School of Economics
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"Our vision is that the CEMS learning experience should not end after graduation. It is important to keep the knowledge flowing and people interacting."

Humans of CEMS: Paul Ruwet

Class of 2019, Louvain School of Management
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Humans of CEMS Paul Ruwet
"CEMS has provided a great foundation for delivering in my role, maybe especially from a cultural perspective."

Jo Skybak Holmsen

Class of 2014, Norwegian School of Economics
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"There are cultural differences you need to know and respect if you want to build successful international relationships."

Frank Beckers

Class of 1993, University of Cologne
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"When entering the global CEMS network we made a choice. We made a choice to become global citizens."

Akilnathan Logeswaran

Class of 2015, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
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"We are a network of ambitious high-achievers. CEMS opened doors to successful business partnerships and life-long friendships."

Tomas Laboutka

Class of 2010, Prague University of Economics and Business
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"The mission of CEMS includes preparing students in a multilingual and multicultural way for the interconnected business world. "

Lysann Swoboda

Class of 2015, University of Cologne
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"A great thing about being a part of CEMS is the exposure to diverse cultures and ways of thinking. This cultivation of openness is incredibly beneficial for anyone leading in today’s global environment."

Tomas Laboutka

Class of 2010, Prague University of Economics and Business
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"The CEMS network includes a lot of renowned companies and you have very quickly the opportunity to meet the different HR departments during annual meetings and events organized by CEMS."

Verena Berlisg

Class of 2004, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
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