Business Schools for Impact Internship Programme Launch

The Business Schools for Impact initiative is a major push to turn the attention of business students towards needs in low-income countries and communities and reorient business education to teach skills students can harness to find solutions for the development challenges in these countries.

In 2014, CEMS partnered up with the Global Business School Network (GBSN) and the <a href="

Business Schools for Impact, UNCTAD, GBSN, CEMS

11 May 2015

CEMSies win the 6th edition of the Warsaw Negotiation Round

The Warsaw Negotiation Round (WNR) is a negotiation tournament held every year in Warsaw, Poland with participants from leading Law and Business Schools from all over the world. 

The CEMS team faced a tough competition with 11 teams across Europe, Asia and North America.

Andrea Bianchi, Karol Chilimoniuk and Alain Constantine

11 May 2015

Biotech startup taking on a venomous neglected killer, CEMSie featured in Copenhagen Post

Starting as a Business Project, CEMSie Alexandra Bak Jakobsen is using her CEMS business skills to deliver an affordable serum to combat a venomous killer. Article posted on 24 April 2015 in the Copenhagen Post:

04 May 2015

CEMSie Susanna Garancini featured in Corriere della Sera

Topping the list of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, Google is a much sought-after employer. Susanna Garancini shares how her CEMS experience helped her gain a spot in the company. Published in the Italian publication Corriere della Sera:

04 May 2015

The Rewards of Student-Led Conferences, CEMS in The Guardian

From building hands-on management skills to networking with corporate recruiters, there are many reasons for students to participate and run conferences. More from The Guardian at

04 May 2015

CEMS team wins the 8th Henkel Innovation Challenge

The Henkel Innovation Challenge is an international competition that takes place every year. Teams of 2 students are tasked to create an innovative concept, compete with students around the world, learn about sustainability, and bring their creative and strategic management skills to the next level while being coached by Henkel managers.

CEMS students Jérémy
Denisty and Marine Van Halle from the Université Catholique de Louvain in
Belgium won the 8th Henkel Innovation Challenge, which took place
from April 8-10 in Vie

Henkel Innovation Challenge

04 May 2015

CEMS Annual Events 2015

CEMS Alumni Awards 2014 Winner