Business School's Master's in Management named one of world's best by Financial Times...again
21 Sep 2011
In its 2011 rankings, international business newspaper, The Financial Times, has again rated the CEMS Master's in International Management (MIM) - offered exclusively in Australia by the University of Sydney Business School - as one of the top management programs in the world.
CEMS MIM was ranked as the number two pre-experience management program in the world behind the Universität St.Gallen of Switzerland and ahead of third ranked HEC, Paris. The Business School program remains in first position on combined international results for the period of 2009-2011. The program has been in the top 3 ever since the ranking began in 2005.
These results confirm that the University of Sydney's CEMS Master's in International Management program continues to provide a world-class management education experience for students, offering them unparalleled hands-on industry and international experience while they are studying; and an increased chance of gaining employment following graduation.
Master of Management Program Director, Nigel Finch said this years result reflected continual improvements in the course and the high calibre of graduates that the program consistently produces.
"We are proud to offer one the world's top ranked management degrees at the Business School and hope independent recognition such as this will help us continue to attract the best and brightest minds to experience this unique program."
The CEMS MIM is a global degree program jointly taught at 25 of the world's leading business schools, including the University of Sydney Business School through its Master of Management degree. The CEMS Masters in International Management provides postgraduate students with a unique blend of top-level education and professional experience, including international internships opportunities.
The University of Sydney is the only Australian business school that is part of the CEMS alliance and only students enrolled in the Business School's Master of Management degree, are able to participate in the CEMS MIM program.
Improved results in 8 categories
The CEMS MIM improved in 8 categories compared with the 2010 ranking, including an "Aims Achieved" score of 86% and a Careers Rank gain of 9 places. It was also ranked 1st in the world for International Faculty, 3rd for International Course Experience and International Students and 5th for International Alumni Mobility.
CEMS Executive Director François Collin was especially pleased to see the sustained success of recent years consolidated by these improved results:
"For 7 years the CEMS MIM has been ranked amongst the top 3 pre-experience Master's in Management programmes. Improving in so many categories underlines that we are continually building upon this success, thanks to the excellence of our graduating students and alumni and the trajectory that their careers take. The first place in the 3-year ranking confirms this fact".
CEMS is the global alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies, awarding the CEMS Master's in International Management. Together CEMS members offer high-calibre, internationally-minded pre-experience Master's students a unique multi-country experience, blending academic excellence and real-life business practice.
Member Schools (26)
University of Sydney Business School
WU, Vienna University of Economics & Business
Louvain School of Management
Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo-FGV
Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario
Tsinghua School of Economics & Management
University of Economics, Prague
Copenhagen Business School
Aalto University School of Economics
University of Cologne
Corvinus University of Budapest
UCD, Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
Keio University, Tokyo
NHH Norwegian School of Economics
Warsaw School of Economics
Nova School of Business & Economics
Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University
National University of Singapore Business School
ESADE Business School
Stockholm School of Economics
University of St. Gallen
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Koç University Graduate School of Business
LSE, London School of Economics & Political Science
Social Partners (3)
- CARE International
- Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International
- United Nations Alliance of Civilizations
International Corporate Partners (75)
- A.T. Kearney
- Arla Foods
- AstraZeneca PLC
- Beiersdorf AG
- BNP Paribas Fortis
- Canal +
- CIB Bank
- Crédit Agricole S.A.
- Credit Suisse
- Daymon Worldwide
- Deloitte ToucheTohmatsu
- Deutsche Bank
- EF Education First
- ENI International
- Fidelity Investment Managers
- GDF SUEZ
- Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
- Indesit Company s.p.a.
- ING Group
- Itaú Unibanco
- Kikkoman Corporation
- Kowa Company Ltd.
- Lawson, Inc.
- McKinsey & Company
- Millennium bcp
- MOL Group
- Nokia Corporation
- Nomura Securities Co. Ltd.
- Novo Nordisk
- Oesterreiche Nationalbank
- OMV Aktiengesellschaft
- Procter & Gamble
- QBE Insurance Group Ltd.
- Reckitt Benckiser
- SABMiller plc
- Schindler Corporation
- Schneider Electric
- Siemens Mgmt Consulting
- Skoda Auto a.s.
- Statkraft AS
- Swiss Re
- Telekom Polska
- Thomson Reuters
- UniCredit Group
- Vestas Wind Systems A/S
- Wolseley Group
- Zurich Financial Services