Learning Objectives & Quality Assurance
The CEMS MIM combines transversal topics, courses, seminars, projects, and networking events developed in a synchronized way by the 33 business schools of the Alliance, enabling you to build methodologies for confidently navigating the constant changes in businesses.
The CEMS learning objectives are organized into 5 competency categories:
Our graduates are knowledgeable international business practitioners, able to execute effective business decision-making in diverse contexts. This is reinforced by the international internship completed by each of our students during their year of study.
2. Business Embeddedness
Our graduates apply advanced management and leadership competencies developed through systematic experience of and engagement with the corporate world.
3. Responsible Citizenship
Our graduates champion a holistic vision of responsible business decision-making, leadership and citizenship, informed by ethical reasoning, personal integrity, and respect for social diversity.
4. Reflective Critical Thinking
Our graduates are confident, agile, and reflective decision-makers and problem-solvers, able to formulate and apply innovative solutions to complex business challenges.
5. Comprehensive Leadership
Our graduates are fully aware of their personal responsibility and accountability and of the ethical and cultural frameworks in which leadership is exerted.
In order to maintain a high standard of teaching, CEMS not only constantly develops its curriculum but all individual programme elements. Additionally, the support services provided by the academic members are subject to a constant quality evaluation. It allows us to make sure that our programme satisfaction level meets the best standards. This is also to ensure that the above learning objectives are met.
Online evaluations are sent to the students upon finishing every major programme element through the CEMS Global Office.
CEMS STUDENT SATISFACTION SURVEYS
As part of its improvement process, CEMS uses student satisfaction surveys that evaluate all programme elements. The survey is distributed through the online survey system and collected by CEMS Global Office. Students are strongly recommended to complete these surveys, the results of which are a major resource for the work of the CEMS Academic Committee and for local Academic Directors to monitor and improve the programme.