NUS MSc(Mgt) & CEMS MIM
Community of European
Management Schools and
International Companies, CEMS
Master’s in International
Management Program, MIM
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CEMS for 20 years …
• REPUTATION:
The top European league on pre-experience Master’s
• INNOVATION:
The first supra-national joint degree: CEMS MIM
• SCOPE:
Role model for successful cooperation between academic and corporate
world
• COMMUNITY SPIRIT:
For all stakeholders: schools, companies, students, alumni
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An unrivalled network in Europe
• 17 top schools: the leader in each country
• 9 top associate schools: the best in each region
• 54 Corporate Partners: multinational companies
• 625 students in 2007: 47 nationalities
• 4200 alumni, Local Committees in 19 countries
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The CEMS MIM: success factors
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Double selection: schools, and then students
Corporate input: selection, delivery, recruitment
The most international program and cohort
Shared program structure and quality check
A life-long cross-cultural network for graduates
A second degree as best passport for an int’l career
Joint governance and organization behind it
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The new CEMS ambition
• Use the CEMS experience to achieve at global scale
what was achieved in Europe
• Build a powerful global business school alliance
• Strengthen the MSc standard globally
• Partner with companies from all continents
• Make the CEMS MIM the first Global MSc degree
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What CEMS aims to be in 5 years …
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35 schools in the world implementing the CEMS MIM
70 corporate partners globally
At least 1000 students in MIM per year
A top place in the FT Global MSc ranking
And of course: new identity, new logo …
Re-invention of CEMS MIM by all stakeholders together!
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Benefits for member schools
• Reputation, leadership and exclusivity in the Business
schools arena
• Make the MSc degree at each member school more
international and more attractive (not just MBAs)
• Build connections with the most prestigious companies
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Networking
• CEMS has been successful in building lasting relationships
between the stakeholders beyond what is needed to run a joint
Master Program
• This has helped established a climate of mutual trust and
understanding, laying the foundation for further joint
development
• CEMS members are encouraged to facilitate exchange on all
levels beyond student exchange—school directorate, faculty,
administration, …
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CEMS MIM Application Process
• June–September one year before: Marketing of MIM/MSc offer;
agreement on “slots” with partner schools and start of
applications
• November–January: Selection interviews
• February–March: Confirmation of admissions
• March–July: Planning of academic program
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The Two Tracks
Beside English, students from Singapore are assumed to
have a mother tongue that counts as a “home” language.
• Trilingual track: Students spend one term abroad in
Europe and one term in Singapore; they are examined
in one additional foreign language
• Trinational track: Students spend both terms abroad
(of which one in Europe)
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Languages
• English is considered the first foreign language
• For Trilingual track, the foreign languages examined in
CEMS currently are Spanish, Russian, Portuguese,
German, French and 10 more “European” languages;
examination in more languages (Chinese, Hindi, Arabic
…) is planned
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Languages—waivers
For Trilingual track language waiver:
• Secondary education in a foreign language
• Accredited commercial language tests (Cambridge
ESOL, DALF, Goethe etc.)
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Program: Autumn Term
• August–October: start with the CEMS Block Seminar
and CEMS English exams in September
• One CEMS exclusive Strategy Course and other
CEMS Courses are offered
• Skills Seminars and language training are offered
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Program: Spring Term
• February–April: start with one “bonding” event and English
exams in April
• One CEMS exclusive Cross Cultural Management Course and
other CEMS Courses
• The CEMS Business Project
• Skills Seminars
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Selection Process
• Selection is completely by the Business School
• Number of candidates: minimum guaranteed 18
student slots available
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Application requirements
• Be an MSc(Mgt) student
• Completed requirements for BBA(Hons),
BBA(Acc.Hons) or BSocSc(Economics); or (for other
students) completed one semester of the MSR in the
MSc(Mgt) program
• For Trilingual track, proficiency in Czech, Danish,
Dutch, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Hungarian,
Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian,
Spanish or Swedish
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Required documents
• CEMS MIM application form
• Transcript of records showing completion of Bachelor
degree requirements
• Certified copies of any language exams
• CV
• Motivation letter
• Certified copy of GMAT
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CEMS Selection criteria
• Knowledge (intellectual and language competencies)
• Interpersonal competencies
• Desire to achieve
• Integrity
• International Orientation
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Interview and Assessment
• A 30–60-minute long panel interview with 3 persons
(Academic Director, Corporate Representative,
CEMS Coordinator)
• Observing applicants in practical exercises and
through personal meetings
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Information to CEMS Executive Office
By December 14, 2007
• Full application files of selected students
• Ranking of the candidates
• Individual interview reports
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Allocation of Students
By February 15, 2008
Graduation Committee decides on allocation of
students to CEMS schools based on
• Preferences
• Language proficiency
• Available slots
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Online Selection tool
www.cems.org/selection
• Individual application deadlines
• Collecting documents electronically
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Tuition
15,000 Euros
• Tuitions are charged to the Business School directly
(full tuition-scholarships to students) before May 30,
2008, and have to be paid before August 31, 2008
• Includes all program related costs (Block seminar,
Language testing, Skill Seminars)
• Excludes travel costs, housing fee, language learning,
etc.
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Preparation
• When students are selected, host country CEMS
Coordinators and MIM Student coordinators will help
with housing, visa, academic advice, etc.
• Business School will additionally assist the students if
official certification, etc., is needed, and for any
MSc(Mgt) accreditation
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Information on CEMS MIM
• Websites: http://cems.org
http://cems.org/cems/global
• Printed materials: CEMS leaflets, brochures
• Personal contacts: CEMS MIM Acad Director
[email protected]
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CEMS Manager
[email protected]
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