The international projection offered to students in the CEMS MIM programme, offered in Spain only by ESADE, has meant moving to 4th place in the annual Financial Times ranking published this week.
Alberto Gimeno, Director of the CEMS MIM at ESADE, commented: “This showing in the Financial Times ranking recognises the hard work that CEMS has been doing since its creation 25 years ago to anticipate the training needs of the students who will be leading the organisations of the future, which will be different from today’s organisations and will operate in environments that bear little resemblance to the present day.”
The CEMS MIM is the result of a strategic alliance of 27 business schools on four continents and 71 corporate partners. Each year, more than 700 students from 50 countries participate in the programme. The CEMS MIM leads to a Master of Science (MSc) in Management – a degree tailored to recent university graduates – issued by the host institution. The aim of the programme is to meet companies’ demand for young workers with management skills. It provides a high level of training, specialisation and professional experience for multilingual and multicultural graduate students.
This recognition, coupled with the 2nd place recently achieved by the Master in Finance also by the Financial Times, consolidate ESADE’s position as one of the world’s leading business schools.
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