Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education announce new collaboration
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business will be the first U.S. business school to join CEMS—the Global Alliance in Management Education.
Beginning in August 2020, Cornell students who enroll in the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Applied Economics and Management program at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management may elect to pursue a CEMS Certificate in International Management.
CEMS, a consortium based in Europe, confers a Master’s in International Management (MIM) certificate upon completion of a one-year, postgraduate, pre-experience program delivered by a global alliance of 32 academic members (leading business schools), 69 corporate members (multinational companies), and seven social members (NGOs).
When you apply to the Cornell Dyson MPS in Applied Economics and Management program with the CEMS Certificate in International Management, you will be enrolled in a 16-month program that includes an added level of enhancements such as:
- A semester spent at a CEMS member business school
- A Global Performance Learning Lab organized by Cornell
- An international network of peers and industry leaders
Collaboration brings words of praise from leadership:
Joe Thomas, Interim Dean of the SC Johnson College of Business
“We are very pleased to collaborate with CEMS as the first business school in the United States on the launch of the CEMS Master’s in International Management (MIM).”
Lynn Wooten, Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
“We believe the CEMS MIM will be a differentiator for students studying at Cornell and allow for career acceleration, deep learning, and career opportunities across the globe.”
Roland Siegers, Executive Director of CEMS
“This alliance is a significant step forward, as the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business clearly sees growth potential in the Master’s in Management segment of the U.S. business education market. We believe that the demand for such degrees will rise within the U.S., as graduates desire to make an impact early in their careers.”
To learn more about the CEMS program and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, read the full press release.