Magazine article European Business Forum

An Authority in Management Education

Magazine article European Business Forum

An Authority in Management Education

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COMMUNITY OF EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT SCHOOLS AND INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES

www.cems.org

The Community of European

Management Schools and International Companies (CEMS) is an alliance of leaders in business and higher education. Founded in 1988, the network has grown steadily, largely due to the success and popularity of the CEMS Pan-European Masters in International Management (MIM) programme. Today, 17 of the most renowned academic institutions in Europe and four non-European academic institutions collaborate together with more than 50 of the world's leading multinationals to offer international, postgraduate students a unique blend of high-quality education and professional experience.

While the academic institutions provide the highest standards of teaching and research excellence, the CEMS corporate partners contribute the practical and business world skills and experience necessary to achieve the greatest level of success. The CEMS network is supported and sustained by the involvement of a diverse Alumni Association. Almost 3,500 graduates from 36 countries, who live and work throughout the world, help to build and sustain the diverse and elaborate network and symbolise the international perspective of CEMS.

EUROPEAN MEMBERS

Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration (WUW)

IAG, Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL)

University of Economics, Prague (VSE)

Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)

Groupe HEC, Paris (HEC)

University of Cologne (UOC)

Corvinus University of Budapest (CORVINUS)

University College Dublin (UCD)

Universita Bocconi (UB)

RSM Erasmus University, Rotterdam (RSM)

Norwegian School of Economics & Business

Administration, Bergen (NHH)

Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)

ESADE, Barcelona (ESADE)

Stockholm School of Economics (SSE)

Universitat St Gallen (HSG)

London School of Economics (LSE)

NON-EUROPEAN MEMBERS

Babson College, USA

University of Sydney (USYD)

Fundacao Getulio Vargas-EAESP (FGV-EAESP)

Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario (IVEY)

Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

Tsinghua University, Beijing (THU)

Tec de Monterrey (EGADE)

St Petersburg State University School of Management (SOM)

National University of Singapore (NUS)

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CEMS CORPORATE PARTNERS

BNP Paribas

BP

Credit Agricole

Credit Suisse

Deutsche Bank

EADS

Elcoteq SE

Electrolux

Eni International Resources

Fidelity International

Fortis

Haniel

Henkel

Hydro

Indesit Company

ING Group

International Finance Corporation

JPMorgan

KGHM Polska Miedz

Kone

KPMG

L'Oreal

LVMH

Michelin

MOL

Nestle

Nokia

Novo Nordisk

Oesterreichische Nationalbank

OMV Aktiengesellschaft

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Procter & Gamble

Randstad Holding

Reuters

Ringier

Royal Bank of Scotland

Schindler

Shell

Siemens

Skoda Auto

Societe Generale

Statoil

Stora Enso Oyj

Swiss Re

Tele2

UBS

Unicredit Group

Vestas Wind Systems

Whirlpool

Wolseley

Zurich Financial Services

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