The CEMS Master's in International Management consistently ranked in the top 10 of The Economist's Master in Management Ranking in every year that it appeared. In 2019, CEMS moved up one place, ranking 8th.
Established in 1988 by four leading European schools, CEMS has grown into a Global Alliance of 32 leading business schools, nearly 70 multinational companies and NGOs that together offer the CEMS MIM.
Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE) was selected by its peers as the CEMS Member School for Portugal and one of the major Business Schools in this consortium. The CEMS Master’s in International Management is the Alliance’s main program. In 2019, the CEMS MIM moved up one place in the ranking, demonstrating the quality and the distinctiveness of its global curriculum and values.
The CEMS MIM at Nova SBE is a two-year Master’s program. In year 1, students follow the Master’s in Economics, Finance, or Management curriculum. In year 2, the CEMS MIM offers courses and projects developed collaboratively by the 32 business schools within the Alliance. CEMS Year 2 students study one semester at Nova SBE and one semester at one of the other 31 CEMS Schools.
Catherine da Silveira, CEMS MIM Academic Director, stated that “The CEMS Master’s in International Management is a very important program for Nova SBE. We are committed to providing our CEMS multicultural and multilingual students with the most innovative teaching and coaching processes, to help them to excel in global organizations and to have a meaningful impact on society. The CEMS MIM has consistently ranked in the top 10 of The Economist Master’s in Management Ranking every year since it appeared, and this is a strong recognition of the rigor and excellence of Nova SBE.”
With its "Master in International Management," Nova SBE is again in 34th place in the list of distinguished international business schools, thus equaling the achievement in 2017, and being once again the only Portuguese business school to be featured.