Financial Times Ranks CEMS Alliance of Business Schools 5th in the World

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【SINGAPORE-Media OutReach-16 Sep. 2014 】The CEMS Master's in International Management (CEMS MIM), a programme offered by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, has climbed two places to clinch the fifth spot in the Financial Times (FT) Global Masters in Management Ranking 2014, continuing its consistent performance in the world's top 10.

The CEMS MIM fared well in several categories, including the percentage of graduates employed within three months of completing the course (93 per cent). The programme is also ranked second in the world for the value for money it offers, and has a three-year average position of fifth. 

Made up of a unique, global alliance of 29 leading business schools, 68 multinational companies and four social partners, CEMS MIM is an international joint degree that is awarded through a member school. Its 2013-14 cohort includes 1053 students from 67 countries.

NUS students who are accepted into the programme are awarded the CEMS MIM, together with NUS Business School's Master of Science in Management .

NUS Business School was the first Asian business school to be awarded full CEMS academic membership in 2008, and has been offering the prestigious CEMS MIM programme since 2009. The programme is available only to a select group of Master's students at member schools, who are required to meet strict selection criterion.

More information on the CEMS MIM programme can be found at http://mim.nus.edu and http://www.cems.org/news-media/news/press-releases/cems-global-alliance-unique-feature-financial-times-top-ranked-mim-pr

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