Master of Management (CEMS) / CEMS Masters in International Management
CEMS Masters in International Management (CEMS MIM)
Students undertake the CEMS Masters in International Management in the second and third semester of the Master of Management (CEMS) program.
Students are assigned an admission ranking as part of the Master or Management (CEMS) selection process. This ranking is basis on the following:
- Intellectual Potential & Knowledge (formal education, ability to analyse, learn/reflect, prior knowledge in the business field)
- Attitude & Soft Skills (Desire to achieve, Interpersonal competences, Integrity, Critical Thinking, Motivation for the MIM Programme)
- International orientation (curiosity for differences, sensitivity & adaptability, spirit of facing challenges, international openness)
Students indicate their preference for all 28 CEMS universities prior to commencing the program. Students are then allocated on the basis of their admission ranking and their preferences.
Places at CEMS Universities are limited to generally one slot per year (although extra slots are occasionally available for the most popular exchange Universities).
The medium of instruction at all CEMS Universities is English. The languages you declare as CEMS languages have no bearing on your final allocation.
You will be advised of your CEMS Universities allocation by the third week of your first semester in the Master of Management (CEMS) program.
All CEMS Universities allocations are final and non-negotiable.
Additional requirements for the CEMS MIM
Students must complete the following additional requirements in order to graduate from the CEMS MIM:
- A Block seminar prior to their first semester of the CEMS MIM.
- 4 days of skills seminars (including the Business Communications and Responsible Global Leadership).
- A 10 week international Internship. Students are required to arrange their own internship.
CEMS MIM Language requirements
In order to graduate from the CEMS MIM students must be fluent in a minimum of two languages, one of which can be English.
If a student's mother tongue is not English then they will not be required to undertake language testing, unless they wish to.
If a student's mother tongue is English then they will be required to undertake language testing in their second language.
CEMS language testing takes place in April and September every year and is made up of both a written and oral component.
As part of the program students will be required to undertake a third language to an elementary level.
Please note that the CEMS Language requirement is an exit requirement and must be completed prior to graduation.
For more information on the CEMS language requirements please contact the program manager Lance Graham: email@example.com