Programme Overview

Take it further. Much further.

The CEMS Master in International Management gives you a powerful competitive advantage. You’ll get the cross-border exposure, the global understanding, the hands-on experience and the world-class network to launch an exceptional career.

CEMS is the world’s foremost global alliance of business schools, multinationals and NGOs. As a founding member of the alliance, ESADE offers you a unique chance to combine your ESADE MSc in Management with the prestigious and internationally recognised CEMS Master in International Management.

On completion of your ESADE MSc, you will spend three terms acquiring your CEMS degree: two terms of cultural, linguistic and academic immersion at ESADE and one other highly prestigious CEMS partner school. And a final term putting theory into practice via an internship with one of our world-leading business partners.

Build your knowledge, your cross-border exposure and your business network. The CEMS MIM is a unique opportunity to kickstart your career in international business management.

A chance to acquire two world-class business qualifications

Master in Business Analytics + CEMS MIM

Master in Finance + CEMS MIM

Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship + CEMS MIM

Master in International Management + CEMS MIM

Master in Marketing Management + CEMS MIM


Note that this option is not available for the MSc in Global Strategic Management

Course Details

Duration: 1 year MSc in Management programme + 1 year CEMS MIM


Format: Full-time


Intake 2019: 80 students per section


Admission deadline for CEMS candidates: June 2019


Fees: For more information, click here.

“Those who aspire to achieve a double degree by way of this prestigious programme must be ready to face tough challenges and immerse themselves in the complexity of cultures, mindsets and management practices of today’s global organizations. It is a pleasure to help guide motivated individuals to prepare themselves to lead these organizations into a competent creation of common good.”

Alberto Gimeno


Academic Director