CEMS is much more than an academic programme. When you join CEMS, you become part of a community of academic institutions, corporate visionaries, NGOs, and business leaders who seek to raise our collective global consciousness and create greater value for all through a meaningful collaboration. No other member of CEMS showcases the results of these efforts more than CEMS alumni. There’s huge power in being part of a global network and we are proud to share with you our shining stars.
"The strategic management skills and international mindset I gained through CEMS definitely helped in keeping the overview of Epiclay’s overall strategic direction, as well as in understanding and leading a highly international team."
Humans of CEMS: Christoph Hornik
Class of 2021, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
"I think that life gave me a tough lesson of humility."
Humans of CEMS: Max Stefański
Class of 2020, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
" The Virtual European Forum was a great team effort, where motivated students from across the globe showed that the current situation also provides great opportunities."
Class of 2020, Aalto University School of Business
"I can say that the whole journey leading to the foundation of our start-up has been intertwined and fuelled by the CEMS community."
Class of 2019, Prague University of Economics and Business
"I love to learn new things, just as I love to build new things. Starting a company while I study gives me the opportunity to do both. "
Class of 2021, Nova School of Business and Economics
"CEMSies not only went through the same challenges and experiences, but they also value international teams and are more than willing to support you, even if you are not from the country or region."
Humans of CEMS: Daniel Crossley
Class of 2020, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
"The CEMS program is extremely diverse in many dimensions which made it highly attractive to me."
Humans of CEMS: Victor Tibo
Class of 2019, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
"Gaining working experience in a foreign country is extremely important when you start out your career. Even though it requires you to step out of your comfort zone, it shapes you in several ways and opens up your mind to immerse yourself in a completely different culture."
Humans of CEMS: Sarah Said Daoud
Class of 2020, Korea University Business School
"Share your idea openly, find good people to work on it, but execution is what matters in the end."
Humans of CEMS: Ruben Schultz
Class of 2016, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
"I’m a strong believer in the human ability to innovate and adapt. I think CEMS and the CAA can have an even more important role representing how well global and local can function together in a world where many actors are becoming increasingly national."
Rebeca Correa Ehrnrooth
Class of 1997, Stockholm School of Economics