Women in Business, CEMS Featured in the FT

“Our goal is to educate global responsible leaders, and
this is built into every board decision that is made, whether strategic or
academic. So I always enjoy witnessing this CEMS spirit in our students and
alumni — the openness, the empathy and the collaborative approach that
celebrates differences.” – Nicole de Fontaines, CEMS Secretary General, speaking to the Financial Times: http://cems.me/1KvuOfJ

21 Sep 2015

There Is No 'One-Size Fits All' for Successful Global Management

“Every generation of business leaders has had challenges to overcome, from the industrial revolution to the rise of the internet. For the companies facing them one thing has remained the same, the need to recruit those with the skills to take the helm and navigate a smooth path through them.” – Marie-Therese Claes, Professor and consultant in cross-cultural management and diversity, teaching for the CEMS MIM programme, recently shared her views in The Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/marietherese-claes/successful-global-management_b_8144782.html

17 Sep 2015

She's got a ticket to ride, CEMSie Featured in The Australian

Having lived and worked in Australia, China and now Germany,
Sydney-born CEMSie, Madeleine Brown, is the quintessential global citizen. Read all about her experience in The Australian: http://specialreports.theaustralian.com.au/329466/shes_got_a_ticket_to_ride/

17 Sep 2015

A Digital India: Mobile Payments in a Growing Nation

Ameena Bajar writes about her experience during her CEMS Internship in India.

India is home to over a billion people, 960 million of whom are mobile users. By 2016, 382 million of them will be smartphone users. These are some of the factors that are quickly making India a market with great potential for both domestic and multinational firms.

The best way to understand the subtle nuances of an emerging market is to live there.

08 Sep 2015

CEMS Featured in Le Monde

The following text is a translation of the article HEC c’est bien, mais le CEMS en plus c’est mieux, by Olivier Rollot, which first appeared in Le Monde on 4 September 2015. 

Fruit of the alliance of 29 of the best business schools in the world (HEC in France, ESADE in Spain, St.

07 Sep 2015

Career Forum 2015

Leveraging the CEMS Network to Save Street Children

CEMSie Katharine Bendt, is doing more than Applied Economics and Finance at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). She is leading the charge to help make life easier for street children in Kolkata, India in an area where violence, addiction and sexual slavery are concentrated. Her volunteer work was recently recognized through the awarding of the Finn Junge scholarship and she’s just getting started. She has just recently discovered the power of the CEMS network to do some good half a world away.

Katharine spends her vacation time in Kolkata working with homeless street children through Street Children DK (Gadens Boern i Indien), a Danish organization whose aim is to educate child

01 Sep 2015

CEMS Alumni Award- August 15

CEMS Alumni Award- July 15

Mastering the Universe

The ESA has long been affiliated with the CEMS network, and for the last ten years has worked with RSM – and more recently the Norwegian School of Economics – to run week-long seminars which challenge CEMS students to find practical business uses for space technologies.  In November 2014, the ESA officially joined the CEMS Global Alliance and has taken the collaboration to new heights in 2015. This July, CEMSies from 8 different countries partnered up with the EAC for an extensive one-week workshop, focusing on business related questions at the EAC.

In the European Astronaut Centre (EAC) branch of the European Space Agency (ESA) in Cologne, Germany, astronauts are selected, trained and supported for their role in European human space

25 Aug 2015