Stability in an unstable world
CEMS Executive Director, Roland Siegers, applauds this nomination as a sign of stability. “For CEMS, Professors Whitwell and Strannegårds renewal of mandates as Chair and Deputy Chair sends a signal of personal commitment and stability in the most challenging of times. We are honored to be guided by such outstanding and recognized leaders whose dedication to the values of the organisation - openness, inclusion, sustainability - is exemplary,” he says.
A truly unique collaboration
CEMS member schools collaborate with partner companies and non-profits to deliver the CEMS Master in International Management (MIM) program to approximately 1,300 students from about 70 different nationalities annually.
The goal of the program is to develop graduates with a truly global mindset. Graduates must have a working knowledge of at least three languages and have studied and worked outside of their home country. With half of CEMS alumni living outside of their home country and 75% working for multinational companies, these profiles are highly sought after by companies, with a 96% employment rate amongst recent graduates.