Biz Sch News 15 September 2014

FT ranks CEMS Master in Management in Top 5

The CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM) has been ranked 5th in the world, climbing up two places, in the Financial Times (FT) global Masters in Management ranking 2014.

CEMS-NUS-Business-School1 up of a unique, global alliance of 29 leading business schools, 68 multinational companies and 4 social partners, CEMS MIM is an international joint degree that is delivered through a member school. NUS students accepted into the programme are awarded the CEMS MIM together with the School’s Master of Science in Management [MSc (Mgt)] from the School.

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NUS Business School is the first School in Asia to have been awarded a full CEMS academic membership in 2008,  and has been conducting the highly prestigious CEMS MIM at its campus since 2009. Available to a select group of Master’s students of member schools who meet strict selection criterion, the programme promises to impart the essential business skills and expertise that managers need to succeed in today’s global business environment.

Compared to 2013,  this year’s ranking indicated improvements in the employability and average (three-year) salaries of graduates, percentage of female members on the advisory board, as well as total enrollments. The CEMS currently ranks 5th on a three-year average.

To learn more about our CEMS MIM programme, click here