Students in the CEMS Master of Management program at the University of Sydney Business School and industry leaders discuss the block seminar: 'Doing Business in Asia'.
The Master of Management (CEMS) is a 72 credit point degree (three semesters of full time study) pre-experience program. At least one semester of the program has to be spent on exchange at a CEMS member University.
The Master of Management (CEMS) has been specifically designed to make it possible for students to complete the prestigious CEMS Masters in International Management program as part of their degree.
CEMS is the Global Alliance in Management Education and the University of Sydney Business School is the only Australian business school that is a member. For a full list of CEMS member Universities you should consult the CEMS website.
As part of this program you will spend at least one semester at a CEMS University where you will undertake a business project with a leading international company as well as complete an internship. Up to five CEMS Exchange Travel Scholarships will be available to CEMS students each year. For more information about this scholarship, visit the postgraduate coursework scholarships website.
As a CEMS student you will have unique exposure to the business world while developing sound interpersonal and leadership skills. In turn, CEMS graduates are eagerly sought by leading multination corporations.
Upon completion of this program students will graduate with two degrees:
In order to gain direct entry to the Master of Management (CEMS) students must:
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