CEMS Academic Members achieve the top four positions in the FT Global Masters in Management 2022 ranking

Nine CEMS Academic Members schools are ranked in the top 20 of the Financial Times (FT) Global Masters in Management 2022 (MiM), with the University of St Gallen, HEC Paris, Rotterdam School of Management and Stockholm School of Economics achieving the top four positions.
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Nicole de Fontaines, Executive Director of CEMS, commented:

“Huge congratulations to all CEMS Academic Member schools featured in today’s FT Global MiM 2022 ranking. At a time when the business education environment is more competitive than ever, we are delighted that so many of our Academic Members have performed outstandingly, with CEMS schools taking the top four positions.

CEMS is truly an alliance of the highest calibre business schools on every continent, working to educate the next generation of responsible business leaders.  This incredible network of partner schools ensures the top quality of the CEMS student experience and exceptional employability of our graduates.”

The CEMS Master in International Management (MIM) is delivered through a global network of 34 of the world’s top business schools in collaboration with 70 corporate partners (multinational companies) and 8 social partners

96% of CEMS graduates are in employment or further study, a year after graduation, with 75% working for multinational companies.

Due to the nature of its delivery across 34 business schools the FT does not include the CEMS MiM in its ranking. However a separate analysis within the ranking shows that students on the CEMS programme have significantly higher earnings than students overall, greater salary progression and a stronger rating of aims achieved three years after completing the programme.

In total 21 CEMS Academic Members feature in this year’s FT Global MiM ranking.

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