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Financial Times ranks ESADE’s CEMS Master in global top 10

The CEMS Global Alliance Master in International Management, offered in Spain only by ESADE, holds on to the #9 spot in the annual Financial Times ranking of Masters in Management

According to a new Financial Times ranking published today, the CEMS Master in International Management (CEMS MIM), offered in Spain only by ESADE, is among the top 10 Masters in Management in the world. The CEMS Global Alliance is an international institution that for the past 30 years has brought together the world’s most prestigious business schools. The alliance currently has 31 member institutions and an alumni network made up of more than 13,000 people.

The prestigious British newspaper also recognised the quality and excellence of ESADE’s Master in International Management (MIM), which took the #11 spot. This result was made possible by the programme’s solid showing in various categories, including percentage of international students (#6), international mobility (#11) and alumni salary (#12). ESADE posted a larger improvement in this last category – the variable weighted most heavily in the Financial Times ranking – than any of the schools in the top 10.

Josep Franch, Dean of ESADE Business School, commented: “Both the CEMS MIM and the ESADE Master in International Management (MIM) form part of the school’s offering of Master in Management (MSc) programmes. With a track record of more than 10 years, our MSc offering is now completely consolidated, with seven degree programmes and 532 students from 52 different countries.” He added: “At ESADE, these programmes are specifically designed for recent university graduates and professionals with limited experience. The level of training, specialisation and professionalisation provided by these programmes is so high that 92% of our alumni find work within three months of graduating.”

International dimension and double degrees

One of the main advantages of ESADE’s MSc programmes is the possibility of earning an international double degree. Under this scheme, participants can complete their second year of coursework at one of ESADE’s associated institutions. These institutions include four schools in the Financial Times top 10: University of St. Gallen (#1) and HEC Paris (#2), in France; Bocconi University (#6), in Italy; and Erasmus University Rotterdam, in the Netherlands (#8)