QS 2023 Masters in Management Rankings: CEMS ranked 12th

CEMS – the Global Alliance in Management Education – has been ranked 12th out of 176 programs in the QS 2023 Masters in Management Rankings, placing it in the top 7% of Masters in Management (MiM) providers globally and three places higher than last year.
QS rankings 2023

In particular CEMS was ranked in the top 8% globally for ‘employability’ with an overall score of 80.8 out of 100, as well as in the top 8.4% for ‘value for money’ scoring 94.5 out of 100. In addition CEMS scored well above the global average for thought leadership, alumni outcomes and diversity.

Nicole de Fontaines, Executive Director of CEMS, says:

We are delighted that the CEMS Masters in International Management has been ranked in the top 7% of the QS 2023 Masters in Management rankings, moving up three places from last year.

In particular we have been recognized for high levels of employability and strong return on investment for CEMS students after graduation. The QS ranking backs up our latest official statistics which show that 96% of our recent graduates are employed or continuing their studies six months after graduation, with 75% working for multinational companies.

This impressive performance reflects the dedication of the CEMS member schools and corporate partners to ensuring the exceptional employability of our graduates and preparing responsible leaders who can contribute to a more open, sustainable and inclusive world. We look forward to the future with hope, knowing that CEMS graduates will be leading in many of the world’s most influential organisations, as the changemakers of tomorrow.

We would also like to congratulate all of our CEMS member schools for their positions in today’s QS 2023 Masters in Management Ranking, which includes four CEMS schools placed in the top ten.”

Sarah Said Daoud, a CEMS graduate who studied at Korea University Business School, says:

"The CEMS program has played a critical role in where I am in my career at the moment. Had it not been for the curriculum that requires us to have an international internship in a global company, I probably would not have been able to find an internship at a CEMS Corporate Partner' in Seoul.  Additionally, CEMS' vast network with leading business schools across the globe has introduced me to different teaching styles which have helped me gain new perspectives and hence further consolidated my CV and eventually helped me to find a position in a leading Korean company."


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