CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education, is a strategic alliance of leading business schools and companies. One of CEMS' goals is to set a global standard og excellence for Master's in management. CBS is the Danish member of CEMS. Leading business schools from 31 countries work together to offer CEMS Master's in International Management (MIM) degree. In 2018 the CEMS MIM ranked 9th in the Financial Times Global Master in Management ranking.
Over the past few years, Copenhagen Business School has worked to establish further opportunities for students to get a truly international education. One of the most challenging of these is the development of double degree programmes (MSc) with carefully chosen overseas partners. Double degrees mean that students get two Master of Science degrees from two of of the world's leading universities.
Since 1988 CBS has been member of PIM, Partnership in International Management, a network including 53 leading business schools around the globe. Members include Chinese University of Hong Kong, National University of Singapore, Tsinghua University, Warwick Business School, Stern School of Business, University of Chicago, Australian Graduate School of Management. Membership is by invitation only, and after a comprehensive screening process.
The Aurora Alliance equips European Universities to provide a diverse student population with the skills and mindset needed to contribute to addressing societal challenges as social entrepreneurs and innovators. Aurora is a consortium of research-intensive universities deeply committed to the social impact of their activities.
As a CBS student, you have the opportunity to do a short-term exchange with a strong focus on sustainability, social entrepreneurship and innovation by taking an AURORA course at CBS or at the AURORA partner universities. The courses usually have a length of one or two weeks.