Financial Times names the top study programmes

- CBS is part of the team of business schools that provides students with the very best general management programme

 
10/06/2009

The very best general management programme

If you want the very best master’s programme in general management, staying in one county does not cut it. At least not according to Financial Times, which has just named the top study programmes.

CEMS Master in International Management (MIM) took first place, and it is a programme offered to students by CEMS – a network for leading business schools around the world. Including CBS.

- CEMS (Community of European Management Schools) is a unique alliance, and our commitment to the network fits with our mission of promoting internationalisation and close ties to the corporate sector. We are very proud of being the Danish provider of the joint programme, CBS President Johan Roos says.

54 different nationalities

CEMS gathers leading universities, international businesses and the most ambitious students from all over the world. The objective is to be able to provide students with the most international and multicultural programme, and it enjoys more success among students now than ever before. More than 800 young people from all over the world are enrolled on the programme. The students come from 54 different countries.

Even the programme’s applications process places high demands on the students. They are to write a reasoned application, master at least two foreign languages and have a high grade point average. Furthermore, they are invited for an interview with a panel of professors and business leaders from large, European businesses.

CBS among the best Scandinavian business schools

CBS’s own English-taught general management master’s programmes are also on the list – ranked twenty-second. This makes CBS the second best placed Scandinavian business school. Only the private business school Stockholm School of Economics is ranked higher than CBS.

Community of European Management Schools

CEMS’s primary focus is the joint master’s programme (MIM), but it is the network’s ambition to intensify the cooperation in the PhD area, among others, for instance by offering PhD students joint PhD courses.

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